The partnership will allow students in the Texas A&M School of Law’s J.D. program to apply for UTA’s Master of Business Administration or taxation degree program, and vice versa.
The new fountain can perform water shows with 200 color-changing lights, 57 fast-paced jets, six vertical air cannons and six flame nozzles with the push of a button.
UTA alumnus Joel Sauceda said LGBTQ students who haven’t come out sometimes can’t be themselves around their families, and it’s especially difficult around the holidays.
It isn’t recommended that physics majors take introductory astronomy courses because they are designed for nonscience majors, according to physics chair Alex Weiss.
Participants will sleep outdoors in Brazos Park following an indoor session with a speaker and a panel discussion.
Various student organizations under the umbrella of the Modern Languages Department hosted the event, each with a unique way to celebrate the holiday season.
Center for Mexican American Studies assistant director Ignacio Ruiz-Perez hopes students become more aware of struggles Central American people face.
LGBTQ students, staff and allies are welcome to take part in the event, which will feature a Thanksgiving dinner in a loving environment.
So far this semester, the organization has brought guest speakers like Grand Prairie Mayor Ron Jensen to lead workshops designed to teach students about topics such as property management.
When Esports Stadium Arlington was unveiled about a year ago, Mark McLean, UTA Counter-Strike competitive director, said he attended because he was excited that there would be a dedicated esports facility close by.
Business management senior Vanessa Stiles turned her childhood passion for cars into a drive to compete in the popular motor sport.
Resolutions concerning abandoned bikes, lactation rooms, apartment lease agreements and selling emergency contraceptive pills on campus were among those passed.
Nick Fang is part of a multi-university collaborative project to develop software that UAVs could use to survey areas hit by natural disasters.
Power discussed how America can influence and be influenced by foreign countries in her speech, “The State of the World: Challenges and Opportunities.”
There were three separate reports of female students being touched on the buttocks, one of which resulted in a female staff member being issued a citation.
Various organizations under the Department of Modern Languages are collaborating in hopes of exposing students to different ethnic holiday traditions.
The Student Society of Real Estate is hosting life coach Nityananda Dasa as the fourth speaker in its speaker series on Tuesday.
The fourth annual Esports Awards welcomed gaming stars like Dr DisRespect and Syndicate, and the event will be held at the Esports Stadium Arlington for the next three years.
Steve Gleydura worked at Cleveland Magazine for about 18 years and aims to close the gap between student and professional journalists.
Hosted by University Advancement, the event invited students from different groups and organizations to wear blue and pose for an overhead group photo.
The former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations will give her speech, “The State of the World: Challenges and Opportunities,” Tuesday in Texas Hall.
Overall project costs are projected to be about $26 million, and the Board of Regents will meet this morning to vote on the consent agenda.
During the annual Night Walk on Wednesday, Glenn Cole, UTA Police assistant chief, stood in an overlooked area next to the elevator by the University Hall bridge to demonstrate that a predator could easily hide there.
The department is requesting about 400 students wear blue and be part of a picture where they will be positioned to create the letter to represent the school spirit of UTA.