A Stroke of Luck
Some claim rubbing E.H. Hereford's
head brings success on exams.
Near the end of a campus tour for prospective students, leader Andre Smith stops the group in front of a bronze bust of E.H. Hereford on the first floor of the University Center.
No doubt about it, that's
what used to be outlaw Bill Longley.
A long-cherished Texas legend bit the dust-literally-in
June when it was announced that DNA testing definitely identified bones
excavated in Giddings, Texas, three years ago as the remains of notorious
outlaw William Preston Longley.
Internships build partnerships
with industry and often lead to permanent jobs.
Talk about a symbiotic relationship. Metroplex companies need skilled new employees. UTA students want real world experiences and then permanent jobs.
Jazz With a German Flair
shines in Bad Königshofen, Arlington's sister city.
On a bright Monday afternoon in the rolling green hills of central Germany, Bürgermeister (Mayor) Clemens Behr greeted the bus carrying UTA's Jazz Orchestra into the town square of Bad Königshofen.
It's Not Business as Usual
program helps companies compete in a digital society.
Search the World Wide Web for academic resources related to electronic business-eBusiness-and it soon becomes apparent: The University of Texas at Arlington is among the elite top five and quite possibly the leader.
Wasson, Henry named to posts for student administration
has named Dale Wasson as associate vice president of enrollment services
and Fred Henry Jr. as assistant dean of students and director of Multicultural
At Your Service
center integrates active community service into academic courses.
summaries of noteworthy campus happenings.