In April, the Department of Communication began fundraising for a scholarship in honor of one of its outstanding alumni, Danny Woodward.
Melanie Sattler is interested in your food—not so much what you eat, but what you throw away.
Ten UTA students have been identified as some of the nation’s brightest minds in transportation.
As a practitioner of immigration law, Douglas Interiano (’08 BA, Spanish) knows the complexities of the U.S. immigration system.
Abel Misrak (’20 PhD, Mechanical Engineering) had more experience in the field of electronic and photonic packaging than most students when he graduated from UTA.
(’84 BS, Electrical Engineering), Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Oncor Electric Delivery
The ways we become sick seem fairly straightforward: a virus-laden cough, for example, or a spot of bacteria in your food.
Pam Nicholson (’07 MEd, Curriculum and Instruction) and Teresa Taber Doughty, dean of the College of Education, had an instant connection. Both longtime educators, they recognized kindred spirits in each other.
An in-person movie experience is hard to come by these days. Enter the Cinematic Arts’ End of Semester Showcase at UTA—a drive-in movie night that featured short films produced by undergraduate and graduate students alike.
Why does the universe look the way it does? What are its building blocks, and how do they work? These are the questions that drive Jonathan Asaadi, assistant professor of physics.
A decade of campaigning for Arlington State College (ASC) to become a 4-year institution came to fruition in 1959 when Texas Gov. Price Daniel signed a bill making it official.
The mood was joyous and celebratory as the Movin’ Mavs traveled back home to Arlington from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the site of the team’s final victory of the season.
One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. For women’s basketball coach Shereka Wright, it’s a statistic that hits particularly close to home.
For the second consecutive year, UT Arlington Athletics won the Sun Belt Conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Community Service Initiative Award.
When Air Force veteran Tamiko W. Bailey (’01 BBA, Finance) started her business—Bailey’s Premier Services, an aerospace and logistics company—eight years ago, she was up against some of the biggest names in aviation and defense.