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Water safety is a major concern in North Texas, where city officials and residents fret over the stability of the supply. UT Arlington is taking the lead in this important field.
An innovative recirculation system developed by two civil engineers is providing a source of electricity for about 1,600 households in Denton, Texas.
Staffed by UT Arlington student mentors, GO Centers are offices in area high schools that help students navigate the college admission and application process.
Maverick spirit filled the streets of the College Park District as thousands of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and community members soaked up the fun and festivities of Homecoming 2013.
Don’t think of trains as a nuisance. These rolling behemoths are a vital cog in the world’s supply chain. And UT Arlington and the city of Arlington wouldn’t exist without them.
A new study of water wells in and near the Barnett Shale shows elevated levels of potential contaminants closest to natural gas extraction sites. Shimadzu Distinguished Professor Kevin Schug leads the research team.
Of UT Arlington’s more than 163,000 alumni, about 127,000 live in Texas and provide a stream of employees for high-demand fields like nursing, information technology, and bioengineering.
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.
Civil engineering Professor Sia Ardekani and his team are determined to unclog North Texas roadways by merging voluminous amounts of data into high-tech transit information systems.
"There is no other source like it in the state. The 850-plus entries are compiled by a wide range of scholars who do research on African-American history in Texas."