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.
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.
Resolutions concerning abandoned bikes, lactation rooms, apartment lease agreements and selling emergency contraceptive pills on campus were among those passed.
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.
The Student Society of Real Estate is hosting life coach Nityananda Dasa as the fourth speaker in its speaker series on Tuesday.
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.
With a couple of trash bags of university printing receipts, a borrowed recycling bin and a glue-water solution, studio arts senior Nolan Bishop began molding his “Been Receipt” sculpture.
The Division of Student Affairs held the third of four scheduled candidate forums for the assistant vice president position on Monday.
One resolution called for installing Telemedicine kiosks on campus, while another would add a billing department to the Health Center.
Akram Abbadi, former College of Business Senator, and Levi Fortune, Election Supervisory Board member, were appointed as justices.
Student senators, UTA Ambassadors, Homecoming king and queen and more will be on the ballot Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the University Center Art Gallery.
Two nonstudent males were also arrested for warrants and possession of a firearm by a felon at the 200th block of South Cooper Street.
Free refreshments will be provided, and President Vistasp Karbhari, student body President Gavin Mitchell and Lisa Nagy, vice president for Student Affairs, will speak at the event.
The partnership will allow the College of Business to do research with their data and publish the results of the classes, with the telecommunications company's permission.
This year 92 teams registered to compete in Oozeball, a mud volleyball tournament that has been a UTA tradition for three decades. Teams started competing at 1 p.m. Sept. 27 on the corner of Summit Avenue and West Fourth Street. The team Forgetful Pigeons took home the 2019 Oozeball champion…
A community of women empowerment is what Kimberly Collins, Women in Business president, hopes to achieve for the new organization.
Students presented concerns regarding inaccuracies in graduation plans and high parking and housing prices.
President Vistasp Karbhari will address the campus community in an hourlong Q&A in which any student can ask questions, in person or via Twitter.
Students had an opportunity to meet their student representatives and learn about how resolutions get passed and the upcoming fall elections.