@ The U Newsletter

New year, new parking options

Starting today, there are new parking lots opening, shuttle routes starting and special prizes for those who use public transportation.

Protecting our winters

Rising temperatures and other compounding factors are impacting our snowfall and our snowpack. Pledge to cut down on your carbon footprint this winter. And forever.

Transformative storytelling

An interdisciplinary partnership brings “Healthcare: Stories of Illness and Wellness” to campus.

 

Understanding female infertility

Researchers identify genes associated with polycystic ovary syndrome.

War and marriage

Ideal marriage partners drive Waorani warriors to war. Subtle coercion from in-laws also a factor.

 
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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Attempted robbery on campus

Friday Oct 23, 2020 Detectives are continuing to investigate in an effort to identify the person of interest and have been in touch with the victim and the UTA Police Department to obtain more details on the case. A university Crisis Support Specialist will be working with the victim to make support resources available. An […]

Stay safe this Halloween

Don’t be a “jerk-o-lantern” because it’s not “witchful thinking.” Together we can “put a spell” on COVID-19 this Halloween.

COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween

Don’t take unnecessary risks.

Getting your university vehicles ready for winter

Keep your vehicle running during the cold months ahead.

8 things to know about voting on campus

Ready, set, VOTE!

Election hopes and fears

The U’s Peace and Conflict Club holds open dialogue ahead of the 2020 election.

Humans of the U: Scott Leech

When a tree falls on campus, Scott Leech turns it into something beautiful.

Be culturally respectful as you celebrate Halloween

Costumes that take the form of caricature and adopt aspects of someone’s cultural identity can be belittling. Insensitive. Obtuse. It’s a form of cultural appropriation.

Reported sexual assault

The reported incident took place on October 17th.

5 ways the U is helping students register to vote

Commitments from U leadership and student voter registration efforts bolster civic engagement.

Attempted robbery on campus

Friday Oct 23, 2020 Detectives are continuing to investigate in an effort to identify the person of interest and have been in touch with the victim and the UTA Police Department to obtain more details on the case. A university Crisis Support Specialist will be working with the victim to make support resources available. An […]

Stay safe this Halloween

Don’t be a “jerk-o-lantern” because it’s not “witchful thinking.” Together we can “put a spell” on COVID-19 this Halloween.

COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween

Don’t take unnecessary risks.

Getting your university vehicles ready for winter

Keep your vehicle running during the cold months ahead.

8 things to know about voting on campus

Ready, set, VOTE!

Election hopes and fears

The U’s Peace and Conflict Club holds open dialogue ahead of the 2020 election.

Humans of the U: Scott Leech

When a tree falls on campus, Scott Leech turns it into something beautiful.

Be culturally respectful as you celebrate Halloween

Costumes that take the form of caricature and adopt aspects of someone’s cultural identity can be belittling. Insensitive. Obtuse. It’s a form of cultural appropriation.

Reported sexual assault

The reported incident took place on October 17th.

5 ways the U is helping students register to vote

Commitments from U leadership and student voter registration efforts bolster civic engagement.

Attempted robbery on campus

Friday Oct 23, 2020 Detectives are continuing to investigate in an effort to identify the person of interest and have been in touch with the victim and the UTA Police Department to obtain more details on the case. A university Crisis Support Specialist will be working with the victim to make support resources available. An […]

Stay safe this Halloween

Don’t be a “jerk-o-lantern” because it’s not “witchful thinking.” Together we can “put a spell” on COVID-19 this Halloween.

COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween

Don’t take unnecessary risks.

Getting your university vehicles ready for winter

Keep your vehicle running during the cold months ahead.

8 things to know about voting on campus

Ready, set, VOTE!

Election hopes and fears

The U’s Peace and Conflict Club holds open dialogue ahead of the 2020 election.

Humans of the U: Scott Leech

When a tree falls on campus, Scott Leech turns it into something beautiful.

Be culturally respectful as you celebrate Halloween

Costumes that take the form of caricature and adopt aspects of someone’s cultural identity can be belittling. Insensitive. Obtuse. It’s a form of cultural appropriation.

Reported sexual assault

The reported incident took place on October 17th.

5 ways the U is helping students register to vote

Commitments from U leadership and student voter registration efforts bolster civic engagement.

Attempted robbery on campus

Friday Oct 23, 2020 Detectives are continuing to investigate in an effort to identify the person of interest and have been in touch with the victim and the UTA Police Department to obtain more details on the case. A university Crisis Support Specialist will be working with the victim to make support resources available. An […]

Stay safe this Halloween

Don’t be a “jerk-o-lantern” because it’s not “witchful thinking.” Together we can “put a spell” on COVID-19 this Halloween.

COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween

Don’t take unnecessary risks.

Getting your university vehicles ready for winter

Keep your vehicle running during the cold months ahead.

8 things to know about voting on campus

Ready, set, VOTE!

Election hopes and fears

The U’s Peace and Conflict Club holds open dialogue ahead of the 2020 election.

Humans of the U: Scott Leech

When a tree falls on campus, Scott Leech turns it into something beautiful.

Be culturally respectful as you celebrate Halloween

Costumes that take the form of caricature and adopt aspects of someone’s cultural identity can be belittling. Insensitive. Obtuse. It’s a form of cultural appropriation.

Reported sexual assault

The reported incident took place on October 17th.

5 ways the U is helping students register to vote

Commitments from U leadership and student voter registration efforts bolster civic engagement.

 
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