Delivery on demand
Worth Campus finds its niche as enrollment surges
The meteoric evolution of the UTA/Fort Worth Campus
demonstrates that when great things are expected, great things are delivered.
Legislature rewards excellence
Local lawmakers play key
role in University's increased funding
Texas legislators increased funding for higher education
during the 2001 session, providing $67.5 million in excellence funding
and giving UTA $16.6 million to partially fund a new science building.
Shorthorn racks up awards
Michael Currie named nation's
top newspaper designer
Pick up The Shorthorn from any campus news rack and
look closely at the front page, the features page or the sports page.
Every day the paper is filled with examples of the best design work in
No wattage required
over the Internet, UTA Radio gives students worldwide exposure
The parents of Achille Ngounou of Cameroon
and Milos Nikolic of Yugoslavia will be tuning in to UTA Radio this basketball
season for a bit of play-by-play. Maybe even listen to postgame on-air
interviews with their collegian offspring.
Students, students and more students
lead the way in eighth consecutive semester of enrollment gains
Samye Hightower enrolled at UTA for the
first time last fall, and so did hundreds of other freshmen. The incoming
crowd raised new-freshman enrollment by 18.8 percent over fall 2000 totals.
your UTA IQ
substance abuse in a virtual world
Professor's book explores
Where the streets have new names
city of Arlington has made two Arlington streets public reminders of UTA's
presence in the community
Spinning a new Web site
last fall, UTA's revamped homepage offers dynamic content in an easy-to-use
summaries of noteworthy campus happenings