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UT Arlington honored seven outstanding alumni for their professional achievements, community engagement, and loyalty to their alma mater at the 48th Annual Distinguished Alumni Gala.
A National Science Foundation S-STEM grant will help undergraduates with up to $10,000 in stipends, tuition, and fees as they pursue their future in teaching, research, or other math-based professions.
More than 50 teams frolicked in the muck at the 23rd annual Oozeball mud volleyball tournament on Greek Row. One of UT Arlington's most popular and longest-running traditions, the event benefits student scholarships.
Jose Antonio Vargas discussed his life as an undocumented immigrant in the semester's first Maverick Speakers Series lecture. A native of the Philippines, Vargas says he has spent much of his life trying to prove he's an American.
U.S. News and World Report ranks UT Arlington fifth nationally for providing a racially and ethnically diverse campus. The University moved up from seventh place in last year's diversity rankings.
UT Arlington launched the fall 2013 semester with Maverick Stampede, a week full of entertaining and educational programs that welcome students to campus, including Move-In Day, Success U, and the MavsMeet Convocation.
The season opens with a lecture by immigration rights activist Jose Vargas and includes NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg, ESPN founder Bill Rasmussen, and CNN medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta.
Celebrate the start of the new academic year with a dynamic lineup of faculty, staff, and student speakers at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20 in College Park Center.
The Class of 2013 rewrote history in May when a record number of graduates crossed the College Park Center stage to receive their diplomas.
Recent gifts of high-tech robots totaling more than $1 million will help the Assistive Robotics Laboratory focus on improving technology to aid nurses, navigate dangerous terrain, and much more.