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Students from middle schools across North Texas spent two weeks living on campus and learning advanced STEM curriculum as part of the Bernard Harris ExxonMobil Summer Science Camp.
Innovative initiatives being developed on campus could help increase the number of young Texans earning college degrees and advanced certificates.
This landmark UTA program promotes college access and readiness and annually impacts more than 30,000 low- to moderate-income students, like recent graduate Giselly Cobas-Rincon.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price ’72, Grand Prairie Mayor Ron Jensen ’73, and Frisco Mayor Maher Maso ’08 hold their city hall’s highest office.
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.
College students of today are helping college students of tomorrow through a program that encourages high schoolers to pursue higher education.
As today’s major cities grow into megacities of more than 10 million people, UTA researchers are tackling the complex challenges that arise from these swelling urban communities.
In support of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s 60x30TX initiative, UTA is hosting the first comprehensive gathering of North Texas leaders to discuss the state’s 60x30TX goals.
General Motors teams with the League of United Latin American Citizens to open a technology lab at UTA and encourage more Hispanic students to pursue STEM careers.
UTA civil engineers believe they can increase the lifespan of a landfill to 200 years. They are working closely with Denton, Texas to institute innovative and sustainable waste management techniques at the city's landfill.