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UTA Planetarium receives $10K donation from Central Market for virtual field trip program
The UTA Planetarium’s virtual field trip program has received a major boost through the generosity of a corporate sponsor.
Deng, Welling using $652K NASA grant to study space weather’s impact on power grids
A team led by University of Texas at Arlington physicists is studying the impact of space weather, particularly the effect that solar-induced phenomena can have on electrical power grids.
UTA team studying ways to help older adults lead more active lifestyles
Thanks to support from the W.W. Caruth Jr. Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT), a University of Texas at Arlington multidisciplinary research team is developing a study aimed at helping older adults lead more active lifestyles.
Walsh lab publishes study of adaptive evolution using water fleas
Researchers from The University of Texas at Arlington resurrected the preserved eggs of a shrimp-like crustacean to examine long-standing questions about adaptive evolution, reporting the results in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Postdoctoral researcher in physics, faculty advisor honored by Texas Section of American Physical Society
A postdoctoral researcher in physics at The University of Texas at Arlington and his faculty mentor have been named recipients of the 2020 Robert S. Hyer Graduate Research Award by the Texas Section of the American Physical Society.
UTA Planetarium now offering free virtual field trips to DFW schools
Dedicated faculty and staff have created a way to bring the UTA Planetarium experience to school children on their own computer screens at home
Hu named to 2020 class of Fellows by American Association for the Advancement of Science
Qinhong Hu, professor of earth and environmental sciences at The University of Texas at Arlington, has received a prestigious fellowship from the world’s largest multidisciplinary scientific society.
Psychology and nursing student has a passion for helping cancer patients
Alyssa Tijerina, a psychology and nursing junior at The University of Texas at Arlington, always knew she would one day pursue a career in medicine.
COS faculty members share challenges of teaching during a pandemic
When the coronavirus pandemic began in the spring, The University of Texas at Arlington – like universities around the United States – worked quickly to formulate plans to move instruction online.
Dias lab publishes cover article detailing alternative to costly industrial separation process
Chemistry researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington have published a new study that shows promise in finding a sustainable method for a vital but costly industrial separation process.