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UTA Has History Many Don't Know About

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – In a place more accustomed to hushed whispers than raised voices, the library at the University of Texas at Arlington wants to shout it from the rafters: Its Special Collection is special indeed. 369 more words

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Wednesday's Warriors: Fit Steps For Life

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – This week’s Wednesday’s Warriors features a new program at UT Arlington for people fighting cancer.

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UTA Professor Studies in Senegal

UTA Assistant Professor and Area Coordinator of Art Education Amanda Alexander, Ph.D., embarked last month on a four-week trip to Senegal in order to learn more about religion and diversity in West Africa. 373 more words

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UTA Student Meets Political Idols

Though classroom time is invaluable for the typical undergraduate experience, the University of Texas at Arlington offers students real-world internships to deepen the practical application of their studies.  394 more words

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American Sign Language Course Offered at UTA

UTA is making history by introducing its first ever American Sign Language course. The offering supports the institution’s mission statement of embracing diversity and public service, as well as a longstanding commitment to serving students with disabilities.  184 more words

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UTA Alum Expands Business, Helps Children’s Hunger

Tamara Hext Hilliard, 1987 UTA graduate with a BA in Radio and TV Broadcasting, is bringing affordable healthy gourmet to the everyday consumer with her woman owned, Texas based health food company. 387 more words

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UTA researcher to digitize history of slaves, other endangered documents in Cuba

A University of Texas at Arlington historian will scour the oldest seven cities in Cuba to digitize parish registers that detail the lives of millions of African and Afro-Cuban slaves. 1,870 more words

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