UTA Impact
Friday, July 24, 2020
  Teik C. Lim


In recent weeks, the UTA community has come together to take historic steps toward becoming a more inclusive and welcoming community for all by addressing disparity and racism head-on. We are taking concrete actions to tackle these issues and expand scholarship opportunities to keep low-income, first-generation, high-achieving students in Texas.

UTA continues to drive excellence in research and academics as we move closer to Texas Tier One status and at the same time prepare for a safe and successful fall semester.

Together, we are making UTA an incredible place for Texans to learn and grow.


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Teik C. Lim, Ph.D.
UTA President ad interim

Science & Engineering Innovation & Research building

UTA pledges $25 million in scholarships to support low-income, first-generation, high-achieving students in Texas.

Charactures of people of all colors

UT Arlington has taken measures to reinforce its commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive campus community.

Lab technician at North Texas Genome Center handles covid testing kit.

The North Texas Genome Center increases testing capabilities for UTA and the North Texas community.

Energy gauge that ranges from Low,  Normal, Moderate,  Critical, and Blackout.

UTA researcher to determine how to meet energy demands in a dynamic and uncertain market.


UTA-based TMAC receives $3.3 million to help Texas businesses during pandemic.

Amelia Earhardt Fellowship

Aerospace engineering student becomes UTA’s sixth Amelia Earhart Fellow.

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