The new program will feature a unique, integrated degree plan that incorporates data plus a science discipline that will educate students to use data science for solving problems in different areas of science.
College of Science students Chris and Caitlynn Meek met in a pre-calculus lab neither of them originally meant to take. The friendship that started there led to a relationship and, over the summer, to marriage. Who says there’s no romance in math?
In the UTA College of Science, you’ll innovate, discover, and learn from award-winning faculty and you’ll do so in world-class facilities, in a diverse and welcoming environment at a dynamic university. Learn more about becoming a Maverick Scientist today!
UTA physicists Yue Deng and Dan Welling are using numerical models to better understand how space weather affects changes in the Earth's magnetic field.
Deng also received $1.5 million to continue the multidisciplinary project she is leading to develop a next-generation space weather simulator.
Grant Parker, Ben Smithers, and Ibrahim Safa, from left, received the IceCube Impact Award for their efforts to improve the performance of the particle detector using a data analysis program developed by their faculty mentor, Ben Jones, and students at UTA.
Sen Xu, assistant professor of biology, will use the five-year, $1.15 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program for a project focusing on how genetic diversity is achieved at the molecular level.