The School of Social Work will be able to train more addiction recovery specialists under a new $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration as part of its Opioid Workforce Expansion Program.
UTA’s Pre-Law Center opened the Adelfa B. Callejo Courtroom on campus earlier this year thanks to generous funding from the Callejo-Botello Foundation.
As a Puerto Rican woman, mathematics Professor Minerva Cordero, associate dean in the College of Science, knows the challenges of being a minority woman in the male-dominated STEM arena.
Public health is a broad field that encompasses health management and policy, epidemiology, and community and environmental health.
As an artist and writer, Nehan Shujaat (’19 BSN) has long been interested in the human condition, exploring complex truths about her personal history, culture, family, and more through creative expression.
Sam Mahrouq (’91 BA, Journalism) discovered his calling in the business world by purchasing a vehicle and shipping it to his brother overseas.
Deanna Johnston had the help of The University of Texas at Arlington and its strong Greek community to aid her way.
Yan Xiao, a professor and patient safety specialist in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, is researching innovative interventions to reduce unsafe use of medications and provide patients and caregivers more efficient ways to manage and follow discharge instructions.
The economics professor just published a new study with data from more than 15,000 adolescents that shows no link, or perhaps a negative link, between violent video games and acts of violence.
A video created by sophomore broadcast major Cecillia Nguyen won a statewide competition sponsored by the company proposing a high-speed passenger rail system to connect Dallas and Houston.
After working as a musician, producer, composer, and arranger to some of the most well-known artists in the nation, Assistant Professor Jamar Jones is now giving an insider’s look at the music industry to students working toward one of UTA’s new degrees—a BA in Music Industry Studies.
UTA’s A Cappella Choir—the University’s premier choral ensemble—was one of only 12 choirs across the country invited to perform at the National Collegiate Choral Organization’s 2019 national conference.
Late last year, the School of Social Work expanded its global footprint with its first student/faculty study abroad course.
It’s a perfect bacon cheeseburger: two golden buns, the top dotted with sesame seeds, and a juicy patty topped with
In an undefeated intercollegiate season like the one the Movin’ Mavs had this year, the players would have plenty of athletic highlights to choose from when asked.
Growing up in Mansfield, Reagan and Trevor Hukill’s sibling bond strengthened as they became united in their efforts on the baseball diamond.
As a member of UTA’s men’s tennis team, junior marketing major Eduard Simo had seen his fair share of volunteer work while serving on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee at UTA.
Kate Tran is the first player in the short history of the UT Arlington women’s golf program to be named Sun Belt Conference Golfer of the Week.
UTA master’s students studying social work or special education now have the opportunity to train for both, thanks to a new project to improve services for special-needs children from early childhood through high school graduation.
Like millions of people across the country, students at UTA suddenly found themselves navigating an unfamiliar reality when COVID-19 began to spread throughout the U.S. in March 2020.