Francisco Moreno, UTA alumnus and Dallas/Mexico City-based artist, will showcase his installation, “Chapel,” which was recently acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art.
Some cases are the result of active testing in designated student populations such as student-athletes and individuals associated with past reported positive cases identified through contact tracing.
Abbott’s proposals would make property destruction, striking a law enforcement officer, using lasers, blocking hospital entrances and exits during protests and riots felony offenses.
Additionally, the Women’s Rodeo World Championship will take place at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth.
A female staff member also reported two fraudulent charges to her assigned University Procurement card.
Protests erupted throughout the country after the jury announced none of the officers involved in Taylor's shooting would be charged for her death.
Multiple workshops covering stress management, self-compassion, loneliness and isolation, anxiety and academics, and mindfulness are also on offer.
The training will be available via the police department’s website and social media, and it will teach viewers how to respond to and protect themselves in an active shooter situation.
In 25 years at UT-Austin, Hartzell attended as a graduate student, then served as a professor and dean of the McCombs School of Business before being named interim president.
The North Texas crew, consisting of firefighters from Arlington, Fort Worth and Flower Mound, is assigned to the west zone of the fire, which spans over 820,000 acres.
The club will accept donations until the end of September. Then all donations will be passed on to the Refugee Services of Texas at Fort Worth.
The donations are to support Arlington Life Shelter as it assists homeless men, women and children in transitioning back to self-sufficiency during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ballot for the Nov. 3 U.S. general election and the Arlington joint general and special election includes seats for statewide, congressional and legislative offices.
UTA’s Division of Student Success, Counseling and Psychological Services, and Student Affairs presented to the committee in last night’s meeting.
Henry Cisneros, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, presented on medical care, the digital divide and transportation issues.
The degree will be the first of its kind in Texas and the second in the nation, and it was started to address the need for professionalization in the community and worldwide.
If a student, faculty or staff member is personally diagnosed with COVID-19, they must report it to the university by filling out a personal diagnosis form and will need to self-isolate.
Moisture from Tropical Storm Beta will result in up to three inches of rain, but this should be the only impact the storm will have on the Metroplex.
Lisa Nagy, vice president for Student Affairs, joined Lim in providing suggestions and resources to students looking for things to do on campus.
In Texas, there have been 10,768 reports of COVID-19 related fraud from Jan. 1 to Sept. 16. Avoid emails with suspicious senders, subject lines or grammatical errors.
Excluding bars, businesses currently open at 50% capacity in the 19 hospital regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations have dropped can open at 75% capacity starting Monday.
In the first episode, interim President Teik Lim will be discussing student life activities and resources with Lisa Nagy, vice president for Student Affairs, on Facebook Live.
If you missed Tuesday’s first round of free flu shots offered at the Maverick Activities Center, there's still time to schedule an appointment before tomorrow's set of flu shots.
Students attending the Wednesday event spoke with representatives about the executive, judicial and legislative branches and learned how to run for positions and submit resolutions.
It all started with a small school field trip when an unusual opportunity presented itself to nursing psychology junior Alyssa Tijerina.
While students had an extended spring break in March, many professors and instructors underwent training to learn how to work remotely and transition their courses online.
Faculty and students from music, art, theatre and dance departments share their perspectives on adapting to socially distant classes.