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327 Undergraduates Earn Spring 2018 Dean's List Honors

327 Undergraduates Earn Spring 2018 Dean's List Honors

Monday, June 11, 2018

Eighty-nine undergraduate engineering students earned perfect 4.0 grade-point averages and 327 were named to the dean’s list for the recently completed spring semester. 

Abolmaali to Lead Review of Fort Worth Public Work Policies, Guidelines

Abolmaali to Lead Review of Fort Worth Public Work Policies, Guidelines

Friday, June 8, 2018

Civil Engineering Chair Ali Abolmaali and his team will perform academic review of policies, practice manuals and guideline specifications for work related to infrastructure in the city of Fort Worth.

Engineers Among Startups Participating in TechFW Impact Showcase

Engineers Among Startups Participating in TechFW Impact Showcase

Friday, June 8, 2018

Four startups developed by UTA faculty and students, including several from the College of Engineering, participated in TECH Fort Worth’s fifth annual Impact Showcase of inspirational client startups.

NAE Member Schafrik Joins College Faculty; First N. Texas GURI Scholar

NAE Member Schafrik Joins College Faculty; First N. Texas GURI Scholar

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

NAE member Robert Schafrik, an internationally renowned expert in materials and manufacturing, has joined the College faculty. He is the first North Texas scholar supported by Gov. Greg Abbott’s Governor’s University Research Initiative.

SensTek Licenses Chiao's pH Sensor Technology

SensTek Licenses Chiao's pH Sensor Technology

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

California startup SensTek has licensed pH sensor technology linked to two issued patents developed by electrical engineering professor J.C. Chiao.

UTA Awarded NSF Grant to Recruit More STEM Teachers

UTA Awarded NSF Grant to Recruit More STEM Teachers

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

The National Science Foundation has awarded UTA close to $1.5 million in a Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant to recruit new science and mathematics teachers, including in computer science and engineering.

IMSE Ph.D. Student Co-founds Company to Excite Youngsters About STEM

IMSE Ph.D. Student Co-founds Company to Excite Youngsters About STEM

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Doctoral student LaTasha Taylor Starr developed the ESTe²M Builders educational program to help young students gain knowledge and self-esteem through hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship and math.

Kondraske's Tech Could Revolutionize Testing, Tracking of Brain Performance

Kondraske's Tech Could Revolutionize Testing, Tracking of Brain Performance

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

George Kondraske has led the development of computer tests and games, that are both web-based and contained in a cell phone application, that show and track individual human brain functioning.

MAE's Chudoba Developing Parameters to Identify Space-Related S&T Gaps

MAE's Chudoba Developing Parameters to Identify Space-Related S&T Gaps

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Bernd Chudoba is workin to develop parameters for a forecasting methodology that will allow strategic planners to identify science and technology gaps related to space transportation issues.

DBJ Women in Technology Spotlight: Hanli Liu

DBJ Women in Technology Spotlight: Hanli Liu

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Hanli Liu was featured as one of the Dallas Business Journal's 2018 Women in Technology.

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