The same factors that have made Latino communities structurally vulnerable even before the pandemic have made them more susceptible during the pandemic.
Some fees will remain in effect to fund essential university functions and other operations, according to a university email sent Thursday.
Chief Communications Officer Joe Carpenter said the university would be overseeing the return of staff and faculty in a series of phases to ensure campus safety.
The Shorthorn suspended print production when it was clear students would not return to campus. Now, we've published one last issue for the spring to archive this historic semester.
With the pandemic keeping most people confined to their houses, domestic violence is increasing in severity, and many fear that intimate partner homicide will also increase.
UTA remains committed to continuing progress toward completing the benchmarks in spite of COVID-19, interim president Teik Lim said.
Students who are immunocompromised, organ transplant patients, have lung diseases, heart conditions, diabetes and more must live especially carefully during the pandemic.
With three of the five phases already implemented, upcoming phases will include the use of reserves and furloughs/layoffs to address the budgets of fiscal years 2020 and 2021.
Eight out of 10 COVID-19-related deaths reported in the U.S. have been in adults 65 years or older, and the CDC recommends older adults stay home as much as possible.
Philip Baiden, social work assistant professor, said having proper support mechanisms such as someone to talk to during the pandemic can help one cope with the stress and trauma of COVID-19.
While some students were able to return home before restrictions on travel from the US and other countries took hold, others were kept in the states and forced to adapt.
COVID-19 disrupted the lives of virtually everyone at UTA, along with the rest of the country. Here’s how our community has adapted to a changed world.
The online summer course also discusses solutions to other crises such as the destruction brought by natural disasters, the opioid epidemic and rising health care costs.
The university continues to monitor the situation globally, and scholarship applicants will be given top priority if they apply again for a future date or similar program.
The archive is accepting both digital and physical materials such as diary entries, photographs and social media posts to document community experiences during the pandemic.
The last emissions inventory took place in 2016, and the office is trying to update it with information about travel-related emissions through a student survey.
A minimum of $10,588,594 in federal stimulus aid is to be allocated to emergency financial aid grants for UTA students. Here’s what you need to know to apply.
Electrical engineering sophomore Jared Waller, also known as Lord Red, based the songs on life experiences and how having insomnia has affected him.
The city expects ridership to gradually increase as the region reopens, and Via currently allows a maximum of two passengers in each van to allow space for social distancing.
Pranesh Aswath will serve as interim provost and vice president of Academic Affairs. Spaniolo will work to build relationships in his position as senior adviser for external engagement.
The regulation, announced Wednesday, defines sexual harassment as unlawful sex discrimination and requires universities to examine accusers and the accused equally.
Wednesday’s distribution from Texas Rangers Parking Lot R provided the masks to restaurant and business employees in preparation for upcoming reopenings.
The pandemic has resulted in changes from furloughs to social distancing standards, and employees have had to adapt to the new working environment.
Changes to admission criteria for three degree programs and development of plans to reopen campuses were also discussed at Wednesday’s virtual Board of Regents meeting.
Caitlyn Burge, communication and English junior, was confirmed as Speaker of the Senate and political science sophomore Anshu Shrestha was confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice.
Graduating seniors are encouraged to send pictures and videos of themselves celebrating, and further details on an in-person commencement will be announced at a later date.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced that hair salons may reopen Friday and gyms can reopen on May 18 with social distancing guidelines in place.
Tom Fox, UTA alumnus and senior visual journalist at The Dallas Morning News, was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist this year for his breaking news photography of a masked gunman outside a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas last summer.