Friday, February 14, 2020
John Garrigus

UTA Q&A: John Garrigus

In 2019, John Garrigus, professor of history, became the first scholar from UTA to be selected for the prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program.

Dr. Garrigus is a leading scholar of Atlantic and Caribbean history who uses archival research and geographic information systems technology to provide fresh insight the 18th-century Haitian revolution—the only successful slave uprising in modern history.

Haleh Hadavand

Leading Atlas upgrade

Haleh Hadavand, assistant professor of physics, is supervising part of an upgrade to the ATLAS experiment, the largest general-purpose particle physics project at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Switzerland.

With this upgrade, the LHC will be able to deliver more data in a shorter amount of time and therefore be able to answer fundamental questions about the nature of the universe.

Microsoft Teams training

Get hands-on training for Microsoft Teams 1-5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20. Register to attend one or all four sessions online via Teams or in Room 100 of Nedderman Hall.

Nominate a student employee

Nominations are needed for the Outstanding Student Employee and the Outstanding Student Supervisor awards by today Friday, Feb. 14.

Volunteer for job fair

Volunteer for the All Majors Job Fair Wednesday, Feb. 26, to help students and alumni with their career search.

National student survey

Encourage students to take the National Survey of Student Engagement and have a chance to win a $100 gift card. Questions? Email or call 817-272-3365.

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