Monday, April 2, 2018

Neutrino research may answer matter-antimatter imbalance

UTA researchers are leading an international team to develop a device that could lead to understanding of the neutrino. Read more.

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Nursing program ranks among the best in U.S.

The College of Nursing and Health Innovation nursing program continued its rapid rise in the latest U.S. News & World Report 2019 graduate school rankings. Read more.

Kinesiology prof receives 'Hidden Figures' award

Rhonda Prisby, associate professor of kinesiology, received a “Hidden Figures: Top STEM Influencers” award. Read more.

Duo looks at response following natural disasters

A National Science Foundation grant will aid reseach on the role of nongovernmental entities following natural disasters. Read more.

Social Work to gather data to aid support services

The School of Social Work and the Texas Council on Family Violence are gathering data to prioritize support for violence victims. Read more.

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Gretchen Carlson at Maverick Speakers Series

Gretchen Carlson spoke about female empowerment and answered students' questions at the final Maverick Speakers Series event for this academic year. See more photos.

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Physics Nobel Laureate to speak Friday

George Smoot, Nobel Laureate in physics, will speak on "Gravitational Waves, Black Hole Mergers, and Neutron Star Mergers" at 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 6, in Room 100 of Nedderman Hall. Read more.

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