The daylong event on April 12 will feature more than 120 undergraduate and graduate student posters, as well as oral presentations by students from each department, with cash prizes going to winners in each category.
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.
Clay Clark, professor and chair of the Department of Biology, will use the National Institutes of Health award to investigate the regulation of proteins responsible for programmed cell death, which could lead to more effective treatment of cancer cells.
The paper by associate professor of biology Sophia Passy, right, and postdoctoral researcher Katrina Pound is featured on the cover of Diversity and Distributions, a prestigious journal of conservation biogeography.
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.
Cara Boutte, assistant professor of biology, will use the National Institute of General Medical Sciences funding to develop a better understanding of mycobacterial infection physiology and mechanisms of antibiotic tolerance.