If elected, Evans-Cowley will be the first woman president at UTA. She will also be the 10th person to run the university since 1958.
Due to new variants of COVID-19, testing will continue in the spring, and free testing is available on campus.
“We're now a Tier One institution, and we have to pay our students as if we're one,” associate physics professor Ben Jones said.
The fair featured several guest speakers and other activities, with the intention to attract potential club members and get students interested in the Medical Humanities and Bioethics minor.
The Theatre Arts Department performed Caryl Churchill’s play which explores how technology affects us and the ways it both isolates and joins us together.
The spring semester will run a higher possibility of spread as people return from the break, and decisions on health protocols will be made around early January.
The study is focused on the disability community, and participation is open to those who have a visual impairment or use a mobility device.
The event allowed families to reunite with their students and enjoy activities, special deals and entertainment on and around campus.
Psychology and communication senior Christine Abasi uses different fields of study to determine the cause behind stuttering.
Hosted at Globe Life Field for the first time, the ceremonies implemented social distancing and safety protocols to ensure student and guest safety.
After three years of widespread debate and campus condemnation, UTA removed the name of former university administrator Edward Davis on the basis of his racist actions.
The decision to remove Davis Hall’s namesake, former dean Edward Davis, came after years-long effort from students and alumni.
Face coverings will be required until further notice, there will be a mix of online and in-person classes, and on-campus work positions will return in phases.
The pandemic highlighted a number of successful stakeholders who have contributed to the community, and the organization reviewed over 70 qualified nominees for the awards.
Eric Leidlein, auxiliary services executive director, said after the building is demolished it will be converted to green space to accommodate the Green at College Park project.
Although specifics are not available yet, the university is working with a few goals in mind, including a return to in-person classes, revamped student life and a normal dorm experience.
The new administration wants to advocate for international students, bring back grade forgiveness and address campus parking.
Groups like UTA’s Turning Point USA chapter and the Progressive Student Union are taking advantage of active user hours and hashtags to spread awareness and accessibility.
As the U.S. expanded its vaccine availability to all adults, countries around the world still face a lack of resources to vaccinate their citizens.
The university is partnering with Texas Health Resources to distribute Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines at six Texas Health Community Clinics across the Metroplex.
Some students say it can get lonely being by yourself during the pandemic, and they are ready for the opportunity to have home gatherings again.
Students say people should remain honest and never feel afraid to express their opinion, but they should also respect others with differing viewpoints.