Explore the University Our Future Demands
Four international Fulbright Scholars—the most ever in one academic year—are enrolled at UT Arlington for 2014-15. The talented students hail from Belarus, Korea, Estonia, and Iraq.
What will the city of the future look like? UT Arlington professors believe they’ll feature high-rise structures with levels of greenery and aerial trams that zoom workers straight to high-tech offices.
UT Arlington’s new Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact aims to enhance quality of life by developing more sustainable communities that focus on the natural, built, economic, cultural, and social environments.
Through the nonprofit Global Community for Education, students and professors traveled to Nepal to hand-deliver school supplies to classrooms in a remote Himalayan village.
With more than 2,000 graduates, UTA's Asian EMBA closes the cultural gap for students on both sides of the globe and opens China to American business practices.
From the Arctic to the Amazon to the Caribbean Sea, UT Arlington biologists are examining the impact of global climate change on various life-forms.
Russian language Lecturer Tatiana Baeva and a group of UTA students travel to Russia to teach and mentor orphans through the nonprofit Allies in Youth Development.
As president of National Autobody Parts Warehouse, alumnus Mike Dolabi has steered the growing company down the road to success by emphasizing consistency, integrity, hard work, and creativity.
Nursing alumna Stephanie Duncan is providing medical care and strengthening communities through her work with the international charity Mercy Ships in the Republic of Congo.
Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez, associate professor of Spanish, won the Ninth Annual Luis Cardoza y Aragón Poetry Prize for his Notas manuscritas llenas de incógnitas (Manuscript Notes Full of Questions).