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UTA biologists publish genomic studies to aid in conservation of lizard, toad species
Biology researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington have published two new genomic studies which could aid in conservation efforts of two North American lizard species and a Central American toad.
Castoe co-authors publications on animal hosts of COVID-19 and its evolutionary origins
Todd Castoe, associate professor of biology at The University of Texas at Arlington, has co-authored two papers regarding issues involving the COVID-19 virus and its origins.
Boutte using $1.25 million grant to study cell wall metabolism, antibiotic tolerance in mycobacteria
A biology researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington is studying how mycobacterial cells regulate cell wall metabolism and how this knowledge can pave the way for creating more effective drugs in the treatment of tuberculosis.
Psychology student named to prestigious UT System Archer Fellowship Program
A psychology student at The University of Texas at Arlington has been selected for a prestigious program that brings talented undergraduate and graduate students to Washington, D.C. to live, learn and intern in the nation’s capital.
College of Science students earn departmental awards, scholarships
College of Science students were recently honored by their respective departments for their superior achievements in academics, research, and teaching with awards for the 2019-20 academic year and scholarships for 2020-21.
Retiring from full-time status, Paulus reflects on illustrious 51-year career at UTA
As a distinguished professor of psychology, former dean, associate dean, and department chair, Paulus helped shape much of that history. His achievements as an administrator, teacher, researcher and mentor have contributed greatly to the College’s growth and success.
Liu publishes two books on vortex science and turbulence research utilizing Liutex
Chaoqun Liu, distinguished professor of mathematics at The University of Texas at Arlington, has published two new books on vortex science and turbulence research.
UTA alumni educate, care for community during pandemic
Through the Mavericks on the Front Lines series, we’re highlighting how students and alumni from The University of Texas at Arlington are playing critical roles in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic
Microbiology, pre-med graduate has heart for helping those in need
Sierra Lee feels her purpose in life is to serve others, and she has certainly done a great deal of serving during her time at The University of Texas at Arlington.
Ghose using $2 million CPRIT grant to establish cancer research lab at UTA
With $2 million in support from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), The University of Texas at Arlington has added an emerging leader in cancer biology to its faculty and fortified its cancer research enterprise.