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With its high-ranking academic programs, life-enhancing research opportunities, and welcoming environment, UT Arlington is a popular choice for students from all corners of the globe.
Health official Joel Montgomery works with the local population in Nairobi, Kenya, to identify, combat, and reduce dengue fever, typhoid, and other potentially fatal diseases.
Biology Department Chair Jonathan Campbell and his wife, Tanya Dowdey, have donated a large portion of their African art collection to the College of Liberal Arts.
After 11 years in the Middle East, Peter Twele amassed abundant research and a deeper understanding of the cultures. The experiences fueled his memoir, Rubbing Shoulders in Yemen.
UT Arlington scientists and engineers are making water safer by developing methods to analyze its quality, monitor biological toxins, and protect oceans against climate change.
Each November the Study Abroad Office sponsors a photography contest for students who have studied abroad. Their images are displayed in the University Center Art Gallery as part of International Education Week.
Farrar-Myers will conduct research on foreign policymaking with emphasis on the Pacific Rim, take part in graduate and undergraduate seminars, and deliver public lectures.
Biology Associate Professor Laura Gough is challenging long-held ideas about the effects of temperature increases in the Alaskan tundra.
Kelly Bowman ’03 spent eight months as an emergency room nurse before deploying to Iraq. She describes the experience as baptism by fire.
Kaci Hickox ’02 works with the nation’s top epidemiologists to analyze and improve health and disease surveillance. She also spent two years in Myanmar managing three primary health care clinics.