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A roundworm with a mix of male, female and hermaphrodite offspring is offering researchers at UT Arlington a look at a species in transition from one mode of reproduction to another.
A UT Arlington computer science engineering researcher has won two new National Science Foundation grants to further his work in developing a computer recognition system that eventually will yield a visual, online American Sign Language dictionary.
A new partnership with community colleges will give nursing students graduating with an associate degree a seamless path to earning a bachelor's degree.
The Princeton Review has chosen The University of Texas at Arlington as one of 121 schools featured in the "Best of the West" section of its "2012 Best Colleges: Region by Region."
UT Arlington, Academic Partnerships launch new superintendent certificate program for school administrators
The University of Texas at Arlington and Academic Partnerships announce a new online Superintendent Certificate Program tailored to professional school administrators offered through the University's College of Education and Health Professions.
UT Arlington College of Nursing Associate Dean Beth Mancini is one of a dozen educators from across the United States who will be inducted later this year into the National League for Nursing's Academy of Nursing Education.
A new MRI-based study of children with dyslexia by a UT Arlington professor could explain why a small percentage of dyslexic children don't respond to current teaching strategies.
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A natural additive used to make foam in soft drinks also may help prevent the sometimes-deadly rotavirus infection in children or reduce its severity, a University of Texas at Arlington biology professor says in a research paper to be published in June.
UT Arlington Music Department to have scholarship gala at Winspear on April 25.
Six Flags exhibit at UT Arlington Special Collections Library extended due to popularity
Movin' Mavs host the 2011 National Wheelchair Basketball Association Intercollegiate National Championships at Texas Hall.
Enrollment for the Spring 2011 semester has hit an all-time high, with 33,788 students attending The University of Texas at Arlington – a record driven by improved recruiting and retention and expansion of online degree programs.
New exhibit in the UT Arlington Special Collections Library features photos, memorabilia and other items from the first 25 years of Six Flags Over Texas, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
UT Arlington to host free concussion clinic for coaches, parents, athletes on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011.
Vassilis Athitsos, an assistant professor in computer science and engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington, has received a five-year, $513,000 National Science Foundation Early Career Development grant. The grant will fund continuing work on computer vision technology that will eventually lead to a sign lookup system, which will allow sign language users to look up the meaning of signs in comprehensive dictionaries of American Sign Language.
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A paper published in the prestigious online journal Nature Communications that reveals the molecular biology behind a certain worm’s ability to ignore the laws of genetics could lead to control of some parasitic nematode species.
Joy Don Baker honored for use of technology in nursing education.
A UT Arlington associate nursing dean is co-author of a new, nationally-noted paper that raises questions about the effectiveness of in-hospital use of automated external defibrillators, or AEDs. The findings from the research team that included UT Arlington professor Beth Mancini and other researchers say that while AEDs improve survival for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, similar use in a hospital setting does not lead to an improved rate of survival. The work is published in the Nov. 17, 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, and is available online.
One distinguished UT Arlington alumna, an accomplished faculty member and a doctoral candidate will talk about their personal paths to success as part of a Nov. 11 event presented by The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Science.
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A new study co-authored by UT Arlington College of Science Dean Pamela Jansma, earth and environmental sciences professor Glen Mattioli and researchers at several other universities presents strong evidence that the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake was caused by a previously unmapped fault and not one experts first suspected.
International journalist, National Geographic and Oprah correspondent Lisa Ling will bring her message of positive social change to Texas Hall at The University of Texas at Arlington when she gives the Nov. 23 Maverick Speakers Series lecture.
Work by a team of University of Texas at Arlington astronomers could significantly broaden astrophysicists’ search for planets in other solar systems by changing the way they think about the orbiting bodies.
The University of Texas at Arlington Office of Graduate Studies will host GradFest '10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, in the E.H. Hereford University Center, 300 W. First St.
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Fall 2010 enrollment at all-time high
The University of Texas at Arlington is offering students an Earth-friendly option for getting around town this fall by becoming part of a unique nationwide car sharing program. Connect by Hertz is a pay-as-you-go car membership club. Students or faculty will pay as little as $8 an hour or $62 a day to use one of two cars parked at conveniently located lots on campus. The cost includes gas, insurance, 24-hour roadside assistance, gps navigation and other features.
These three University of Texas at Arlington mathematics professors are among seven talented, dynamic UT Arlington faculty honored by the UT System Board of Regents this week with Outstanding Teaching Awards. In its second year, the program rewards faculty members who deliver the highest quality of undergraduate instruction through a demonstrated commitment to teaching. Awardees also are recognized for showing a promising future of excellence in all aspects of instruction.
One of two University of Texas at Arlington students on a cross-country trek trades his bicycle for a wheelchair when he and other Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members take on the seven-time national champion Movin' Mavs wheelchair basketball team.
The Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies–Sustainability Track will be offered at the University’s Fort Worth Center. UT Arlington faculty and administration have worked together to design a program that meets the increasing demand for individuals with advanced sustainability analysis and evaluation skills, said Megan Topham, graduate adviser for the Master’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies.
A one-minute video created on a professor's iPhone has won first prize in its category at the New Media Film Festival in Los Angeles.
The director of The University of Texas at Arlington’s pediatric nurse practitioner program has been named a fellow in the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education.
UT Arlington partners with Texas Health Resources, Good Shepherd Health System to expand nursing education in Texas
The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing is partnering with Good Shepherd Health System in East Texas and Arlington-based Texas Health Resources in two grants designed to increase the number of registered nurses in Texas and faculty who teach them.
The University of Texas at Arlington has been awarded $987,000 from the National Science Foundation for 2010-12 to increase the number of students attaining their doctoral degrees in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
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