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Professor Robert Magnusson, UTA’s Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair in Nanoelectronics, has almost 30 patents to his name. He recently had five patents issued in less than a year.
Some 150 leading international physicists are convening at UTA this week to collaborate on the game-changing particle physics experiment known as the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, or DUNE.
After helping discover the long-elusive Higgs boson, researchers in the University’s Center of Excellence in High Energy Physics are tackling new challenges as they try to solve some of the universe’s greatest mysteries.
UT Arlington is rapidly becoming the model for what a 21st century urban research university should be. This strategic plan, with its four broad themes, crystallizes this model and sets a path to unprecedented excellence in research, teaching and community engagement.
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.