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Mavericks will have a critical advantage over their job-seeking competition as the University's new Career Development Center begins serving their needs in a revolutionary way.
The Maverick family gathered at College Park Center to welcome new and returning students to campus and celebrate the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year.
Thousands of UTA students moved into their dorms this week as they prepared for the first day of classes. Faculty and staff, including President Vistasp Karbhari, as well as fellow students provided helping hands.
Maverick Stampede is the official kickoff to the new academic year and features fun programs that welcome new and returning students to campus.
UTA will break ground this fall on the $125 million next-generation Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building, a cutting-edge facility designed to enhance collaborative research.
During her time at UTA, Sylvia Loh took full advantage of the University’s many undergraduate research opportunities. Her hard work will pay off this week when she receives her combined B.S./M.S. degree during Commencement.
The team completed its historic season by defeating top-seeded teams in the Sun Belt finals in New Orleans.
UTA men’s basketball Coach Scott Cross talked with KDFW Fox 4’s Mike Doocy this week about the rise of Mid-Major college teams and the chemistry that led this year’s 24-win Mavericks to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament quarterfinals at 6 p.m. CST on Thursday, March 24.
The team won its first national championship Saturday, defeating Illinois 65-51 in the title game of the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. The men’s team took third place.
This week the men's and women's basketball teams play in the Sun Belt Conference Championship and the Movin’ Mavs and the Lady Movin’ Mavs play in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association Intercollegiate Division National Championship Tournament.