UTA Impact
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
  Teik C. Lim


As the fall semester gets into full swing, The University of Texas at Arlington continues to excel and positively impact our region and the state of Texas.

From advanced research that is helping to reshape the metroplex to nationally recognized designations that continue our development into a premier health care education hub to record-setting freshman enrollment, UTA is making a difference.

As the fall semester continues, we are laser-focused on UTA’s continued rise as a premier university and on providing an excellent education to students from across the state of Texas. I hope you will take the opportunity to read about the incredible work being done at UTA.


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

Masked sudents on UC mall

UT Arlington sets records for largest freshman class and total doctoral and master's degrees conferred.

Brain being hit with energy waves.

With support from the Office of Naval Research, a mechanical engineer advances research into blast-related traumatic brain injuries.

Bridge over an overgrown creek

Civil engineer uses recycled plastic pins to stabilize bridges and highway slopes.

Pickard Hall exterior image

For the third time, the National League for Nursing names the College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s nursing program a Center of Excellence.

Atomic particle collision

A high energy physicist utilizes a time projection chamber for a 3D look at subatomic particle collisions.

"High 5" intersection of I-635 and SH 75 in Dallas, shown from above.

UTA engineer works with TxDOT to evaluate strength, remaining life of Texas bridges.

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