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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Electrical engineering professor developing ultraviolet lasers to detect weapons' agents

Weidong Zhou, an electrical engineering professor who specializes in nanophotonics, has been awarded $600,000, which is part of a three-year, $4.3 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency grant to make ultraviolet laser detection more available in the field. The multi-institutional project is led by Michigan State University.

UT Arlington a top winner at CASE awards

The Office of University Communications recently won top honors for writing, Web design, social media, and graphic design at the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District IV awards in Austin.

Phone scam targets students; victims report $20,000 in total losses

UT Arlington students are being targeted by a sophisticated phone scam in which the callers identify themselves as members of a governmental agency, then threaten to arrest students on false or fictitious charges if immediate payment is not made to the suspects via a money card.

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