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Matthew Fujita, UTA assistant professor of biology with graduate research asssistant T.J. Firneno.

Biologist’s study of eyes to be seen internationally

Frogs may hold the answers to a biologist's questions about habitat affecting eye function and development. Matthew Fujita's research will be exhibited at two major natural history museums and will generate an interactive e-book.

New Maverick Orientation leader

New Maverick Orientation

UTA's popularity as a university of choice continues to soar. Scholarship offers and acceptances, freshman commitments, and current orientation figures are up over 10% from last year. Learn more about orientation

The annual Powwow at UTA celebrates American Indian culture.

UTA ranked among best for Native American students

For the third consecutive year, Winds of Change magazine named UTA among the nation’s best universities for Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students to study science, technology, engineering, and math.

Narda Perez (left), news editor, and Chanel Sassoon, news reporter

UTA’s student newspaper continues tradition of excellence

Now in its 98th year of publication, The Shorthorn is still raking in the accolades and preparing the next generation of journalists with the skills needed to excel in today's ever-changing media landscape.

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Get the Maverick Experience

Visit UTA and see for yourself the growing excellence of a campus that is becoming the largest and most impressive Carnegie Research-1 campus in North Texas. Sign up for our July 19 event, or find later options.

Carlos Donjuan

Alumnus transforms communities through art

Carlos Donjuan’s artistic journey started with graffiti and has expanded to community advocacy, business ventures, and education. He credits UTA with refining his passion for art.

UTA is dedicated to serving those who served. Student appears in military attire.

UTA dedicated to serving those who served

Recognized as the No. 1 four-year university in Texas for veterans and their families, UTA works to ensure veterans have every opportunity for success. Learn how.

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Researchers looking beyond the stars

Scientists and engineers at UTA are expanding the frontiers of knowledge—to infinity and beyond.

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UTA drives North Texas’ entrepreneurship ecosystem

Research, innovation, and entrepreneurship combine at UTA to produce start-up companies, patented innovations, and business collaborations that enhance the local economy.

 Dr. David Keller and Dr. Paul Fadel

Kinesiology researchers tackle heart disease

A team of researchers in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation is exploring novel therapeutic strategies that combat cardiovascular diseases. Read more in UTA Health magazine.