Jonathan Campbell, Eric Smith and UTA Ph.D. graduate Alex Hall detailed the unique features of the snake, which was discovered in a coral snake’s stomach in southern Mexico in 1976. No live specimen of the elusive reptile has ever been found.
Jianzhong Su, professor and chair of the UTA Department of Mathematics, received a $295K USDA grant to help students — including, from left, Jordan Rodriguez, Johnny Valdez, Angela Avila, and Eriberto Estrada — train for data science careers in agriculture-related fields.
Ramon Lopez, a UTA professor of physics who has long been regarded as a champion of science education from K-12 to the collegiate level, is one of only two candidates from across the UT System to be inducted into the prestigious body of educators this year.
Todd Castoe, UTA associate professor of biology, is part of a team focusing on schistosomiasis, one of the most devastating parasitic diseases in the world. The researchers hope that what they learn in this project could apply globally.
Adalis “AJ” Munoz, a junior majoring in psychology and exercise science, has been training in taekwondo since she was 10 and has won eight national championships in addition to her three world titles. Photo courtesy of Team USA.
Jonathan Campbell, left, and Thomas Chrzanowski, who have more than 70 years of combined experience at UTA, were praised by colleagues and former students during a recent retirement reception for their dedication as scientists and their influence as mentors.