College of Business News

Edmund Prater, professor in the College of Business’ Department of Information Systems and Operation Management


February 2020 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - Edmund Prater, professor in the College of Business’ Department of Information Systems and Operation Management, will spend a year at the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, Office of American Spaces, starting in August.

Harry Dombroski at MAVS 100


January 2020 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - As part of its new MAVS 100 program, The University of Texas at Arlington recently recognized the 100 fastest-growing Maverick businesses, highlighting the success stories in UTA entrepreneurship.

WSJ Article

Selling Your Home? It’s What’s on the Outside That Counts.

January 2020 - In a recent study in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, researchers at the University of Alabama and the University of Texas at Arlington used deep learning and Google Street View to determine just how much curb appeal contributes to a home’s value.

UTA President Vistasp Karbhari


January 2020 - DALLAS, TEX. - The 2020 Dallas 500 list of influential North Texas leaders included a dozen men and women who attended the The University of Texas at Arlington, highlighting the University’s breadth and depth of leadership.

Wendy Casper


October 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - College of Business associate dean says UTA was pillar of support in breast cancer battle

Yan Xiao, a professor of nursing and patient safety specialist in The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation


October 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - Each year, U.S. hospitals record more than 700,000 emergency room visits and 100,000 hospitalizations due to preventable medication-related harm, according to a study by the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System.

Chengkai Li, a professor of computer science and engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington


October 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - As claims of “fake news” proliferate, checking the truthfulness of information becomes more important and more difficult. That’s the challenge taken on by Chengkai Li, a professor of computer science and engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington, who has been developing an electronic fact-checking system called ClaimBuster for several years.


September 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - A study by an assistant professor at The University of Texas at Arlington published in the Journal of Marketing shows that marketers of relatively high-priced products should consider keeping prices high, as many consumers associate high price with high quality.

UTA business’ Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter recognized as a Highest Honors Chapter for 2019

August 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - The Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) Chapter at The University of Texas at Arlington has qualified for recognition as a Highest Honors Chapter. Qualifying for this recognition is indicative of a campus where academic excellence is highly valued and where chapter officers work diligently to enhance Beta Gamma Sigma’s stature on campus.

Two startups with UTA ties selected for accelerator program

June 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - Two startups with ties to The University of Texas at Arlington have been selected for an international accelerator program, illustrating UTA’s commitment to entrepreneurship and impactful research commercialization.

Final spring strategic plan symposium focuses on data-driven discovery

May 2019 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - Faculty and staff at The University of Texas at Arlington convened for the last of four symposiums held this spring addressing progress on initiatives supporting the four strategic themes of UTA’s Strategic Plan 2020. ranks human resources management program No. 5 in nation

February 2019 - The University of Texas at Arlington is quickly growing a reputation as one of the nation’s top places to earn a master’s degree in the fast-growing field of human resources. recently tabbed UTA as having the nation’s fifth-best master in human resources degree program.

College of Business student selected to compete for Global "CEO for One Month" challenge

June 2018 - JACKSONVILLE, FL. - Senior real estate major Eric Nguyen is going to Jacksonville, Florida, this month for a weeklong CEO boot camp to compete with some of the sharpest minds in the nation to qualify for an international competition, Global 'CEO for One Month' by The Adecco Group. Nguyen will shadow the U.S. branch president for the competition and they will then narrow down the contestants to 47 people to be announced May 29 who will then go to Zurich.

U.S. Small Business Administration renews, extends UTA Veterans Business Outreach Center entrepreneur grant

April 2018 - ARLINGTON, TEX. - The U.S. Small Business Administration has renewed and extended a Veterans Business Outreach Center grant for $1.375 million over the next five years. This brings the total support to UTA to $1.875 million. The grant supports the education, training and consulting services provided to veterans, National Guard, active duty and reserve component members and their spouses who are starting or growing a business in North Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.