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News Topic internet was found in 7 news releases in the year 2016.

October 2016

  • University of Texas at Arlington Libraries launch first Texas History of Disability website
    Accessibility at the forefront

    Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    News Topics: faculty, history, Internet, liberal arts, staff, students

    The UTA Libraries unveil new website showcasing the Texas Disability History Collection. Documents, videos, images and oral histories emphasizing the work of various disability advocates who were students, faculty or staff at the University are featured.

September 2016

  • UTA hosts national gathering of leading scholars and historians of disability history
    Disability history

    Thursday, September 15, 2016

    News Topics: faculty, history, Internet, staff, students

    More than 50 archivists, curators, librarians, disability studies scholars, disability historians, and disability rights activists gathered recently at UTA to discuss the process of creating a national Disability History/Archives Consortium. People with disabilities are the largest minority in the country.

July 2016

March 2016

February 2016

  • New digital humanities project to map historic sites of conflict involving Native Americans in Texas
    Digital humanities

    Thursday, February 11, 2016

    News Topics: awards, faculty, history, humanities, Internet, liberal arts, research

    UTA researchers supported by a new College of Liberal Arts initiative are creating a data-driven, digital map of historic sites of conflict involving Native Americans in Texas to help others investigate online and better understand history.

  • UTA engineers pursuing applications for new ultra-thin semiconductor lasers in the medical field, consumer arena
    Laser efficiency

    Monday, February 1, 2016

    News Topics: energy, engineering, Internet, research

    Weidong Zhou, a University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineering professor, is working to develop a new ultra-thin semiconductor laser that could be integrated into consumer electronics to increase speed and capacity of the chips.

January 2016