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Architecture alumnus heads list of notable speakers

A number of compelling stories can be found in this year's record number of graduates.

Excellence honored

English Professor Kenneth Roemer to be inducted into the 2014 UT System Academy of Distinguished Teachers.

Hispanic-Serving Institution

Increasingly diverse student population makes UT Arlington eligible for numerous grants that can be used to expand and enhance academic offerings.

Seeking a cancer solution

A Department of Defense-funded UT Arlington physicist believes he has a way to improve photodynamic cancer therapy.

FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014

MavsArt exhibit

Central Library, first floor. MavsArt is a semester-long program that showcases the artistic…

Nova 401K On-Campus Interviews

8:00 am, 216 Davis Hall. Nova 401K is conducting on-campus interviews in the Career…

Quanah & Cynthia Ann Parker: A Pictorial Exhibit of their Story

9:00 am, 6th Floor, Central Library. In 1836, a Comanche raiding party took young Cynthia Ann…

U.S.-Mexico War, 1846-1848

9:00 am, 6th Floor, Central Library.

UTA Faculty & Student Showcase Exhibit

12:00 pm, Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102. As a major supporter and sponsor of the 2014 Main Street…

MAVPLAYS Lunch Box Matinee: HOMEFREE!

12:00 pm, UTA Stage 143, Fine Arts Building, North Section. HOMEFREE! by Lanford Wilson. Directed by Dr. Natalie Gaupp,…

Faculty Violin Recital: Dr. Martha Walvoord

7:30 pm, Irons Recital Hall (105 Fine Arts Building). A faculty violin recital featuring Dr. Martha Walvoord,…

MAVPLAYS Studio Series

8:00 pm, UTA Studio Theatre (Fine Arts Building, North Section, Room 137). WAITING FOR FORTY by Matthew Keller. Directed by UTA Theatre…

SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014

MavsArt exhibit

Central Library, first floor. MavsArt is a semester-long program that showcases the artistic…

Quanah & Cynthia Ann Parker: A Pictorial Exhibit of their Story

9:00 am, 6th Floor, Central Library. In 1836, a Comanche raiding party took young Cynthia Ann…

University Students at the Maverick Activities Center
Dr. Koh and research team

UNBRANDED STORIES

DNA Detective

Dr. Koh is developing sensors that can detect DNA of such things as E. coli and anthrax.

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