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UTA In The News — Thursday, February 2, 2012

Thursday, February 2, 2012

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College Park Center ushers in new era at UT Arlington

A new era unfolded for UT Arlington as the University opened the $78 million College Park Center, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

Spaniolo says University, community share in Center's success

UT Arlington President James Spaniolo told KTVT CBS 11 that yesterday marked a new era for the University in opening its College Park Center, a 7,000-seat arena that will not only be home to the basketball and volleyball teams but also serve as a community anchor for downtown Arlington. Channel 11 broadcast throughout the evening at the new center. The women's and men's teams both won last night against in-state rival UT San Antonio.

Center to benefit players, fans, teams

The new crown jewel of UT Arlington is now open, the NBC DFW website reported. The center gives the University a top-notch arena for their basketball and volleyball teams to play and greatly helps recruiting, an report said.

Biomask to help injured soldiers

UT Arlington engineers are developing a Biomask that will allow better healing for serious facial burns, C-NET reported. Eileen Moss, a electrical engineer at UT Arlington's Automation Robotics and Research Institute, is working with researchers from the Institute of Surgical Research in San Antonio and Northwestern University to perfect the technology.