Category Archives: Education

Former, Current UTA Formula Racing Students to Compete in Great Britain

Former and current University of Texas at Arlington formula racing students are traveling to the United Kingdom to participate this week in the 20th anniversary of the inaugural Formula Student United Kingdom event at Silverstone Circuit. During the event, set for July 13-15, former FSAE students will race the original 1998 car…

Back-to-School Events Scheduled for Arlington and Mansfield ISD Students

Both the Arlington and Mansfield independent school districts will host their annual back-to-school events next month to help students prepare for the  upcoming 2018-2019 school year. Arlington ISD Back-to-School Kickoff 2018When: 8 a. m. to noon Saturday, August 11Where: AT&T StadiumWhat to Know:  Eligible AISD students must pre-register to receive backpack…

Public Invited to Help Welcome Journey of Hope Cyclists to Arlington July 13

The Arlington Mayor’s Committee on People with Disabilities and the University of Texas at Arlington Movin’ Mavs will host the Ability Experience Journey of Hope South cycling team for the 22nd year on Friday, July 13, 2018. The Journey of Hope cyclists are traveling from Los Angeles to Washington, D. C. on their…

Arlington ISD, Dan Dipert Partner for Fine Arts Center Piano

The Arlington ISD has formed a partnership with Dan Dipert to provide $135,000 in funding for a piano to be located at the AISD Fine Arts Center, scheduled to open in fall 2020. The Steinway Spirio Model B Grand Piano will be located in the pre-function space of the Fine Arts…

Supporting Education: Order of Omega’s International Headquarters in Arlington

The International Headquarters of Order of Omega, an organization whose mission for the past six decades has been to recognize and encourage outstanding leadership in fraternity and sorority communities, is located right here in The American Dream City. Order of Omega, established in 1959 at the University of Miami and, has…

For Dan & Linda Dipert, Arlington is Truly The American Dream City

For Dan and Linda Dipert, Arlington truly represents a place where the couple has been able to live their American Dream. The Dipert family formed the Dan Dipert Family Fund to benefit causes throughout The American Dream City. The fund currently supports the AISD Education Foundation, where Dan helped establish an…

Alexus Henry: First UTA Female to Win Individual National Championship

Junior Alexus Henry became the first UT Arlington woman ever to win an individual national championship, taking the title in the women’s high jump at the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Saturday evening at historic Hayward Field. The milestone caps off a junior season filled with a number of dream…

UT Arlington Granted 23 Patents as Part of UT System’s No. 3 World Rank

The University of Texas at Arlington was granted 23 U. S. patents in 2017, a success that contributed to UT System’s overall No. 3 ranking in the Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U. S. Utility Patents in 2017. These rankings, compiled by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association,…

Internationally Renowned Engineer Robert Schafrik Joins UT Arlington

National Academy of Engineering member Robert Schafrik, an internationally renowned expert in materials and manufacturing, has joined The University of Texas at Arlington, strengthening the university’s programs around manufacturing, materials, and aerospace engineering. Schafrik’s recruitment received support from Gov. Greg Abbott’s Governor’s University Research Initiative and the University of Texas System…