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UTA graduated more than 200 doctorates in the 2015-16 academic year and approached $100 million in research expenditures, both key components of Tier One recognition.
Dr. Ali Abolmaali and his team of UTA researchers are leading the development of sturdier, fiber-reinforced concrete pipes and new pipe protocol that could improve highways in Texas and beyond.
Three faculty and a UTA graduate won Tech Titans Awards presented by the Technology Association of North Texas to honor innovators transforming the region's high-tech industry.
History Professor David LaFevor is helping preserve Cuba's heritage through a digital humanities grant.
UTA will break ground this fall on the $125 million next-generation Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building, a cutting-edge facility designed to enhance collaborative research.
A team led by D.J. Seo, associate professor of civil engineering, is harnessing technology to deliver faster, more precise information about severe weather and flash flooding.
Earth and environmental sciences Assistant Professor Majie Fan is studying how the Rocky Mountains formed and the ways its topography influenced the regional climate.
With new faculty, new facilities, and a new focus, UTA's College of Nursing and Health Innovation is building its reputation as a force for improving health care.
Found in everything from space shuttles to dental fillings, composite materials are vital to modern society, but difficult to develop. UTA is embracing the challenge.
Whether they're monitoring toxic algal blooms in Korea or testing stormwater in Kennedale, engineers at UTA are confronting issues of water safety and access in a variety of important ways.