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Recent News Releases
College, UTA mourn passing of professor emeritus, pillar of physics department
During his 35-year career at UTA, Cecil Thompson — who passed away May 29 at age 83 — was co-founder of the university’s astronomy program and its first planetarium.
Biology researchers collaborating on study of disease that’s devastating coral reef communities
The University of Texas at Arlington is one of five institutions collaborating on how to address the outbreak of a disease which is devastating coral reef communities in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
UTA research addresses evolving learning needs
As technology transforms the education landscape, The University of Texas at Arlington is on the leading edge with the development of new technologies, tools and instrumentation to better support continuous upgrading of knowledge needed to succeed in the workforce.
College of Science students receive awards, scholarships
College of Science students were recently honored by their respective departments for their superior achievements in academics and research with awards and scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year.
Math students gain new perspective through service-learning projects
The UTA Department of Mathematics debuted a new program this spring designed to enhance student learning and illustrate how mathematics can be applied in a non-academic environment.
College of Science honors Class of 2019 at Spring Commencement ceremony
The College of Science recognized the accomplishments of its newest class of graduates during the Spring 2019 Commencement ceremony on May 10 in College Park Center.
College of Science faculty, staff honored for excellence in teaching, research, mentoring and service
College of Science faculty and staff members were recently honored for their excellence in teaching, research, mentoring and service with awards and recognition at the College and University levels.
Satyal co-authors paper detailing discovery of third exoplanet in Kepler-47 system
A physicist at The University of Texas at Arlington is co-author of a paper which reports on the discovery of a new exoplanet in a binary star system.
UTA STEM conference puts focus on underrepresented communities
The daylong event featured presentations highlighting students’ research excellence and a keynote and panel discussion which addressed the need to expand opportunities for women and minorities in STEM education.
College of Science ACES symposium showcases students’ innovative research
The daylong Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students event allowed students to share their outstanding research projects through poster and oral presentations.