Maria Konsta-Gdoutos, professor of civil engineering, is looking to develop a new age of greener and more energy-efficient concrete with 30% lower manufacturing, operational, and maintenance costs, targeting a 50% extended lifetime and negative net greenhouse gas emissions in transportation infrastructure.
UTA’s Center for Advanced Construction Materials received a $10 million grant from the Department of Transportation to help transform roadway infrastructure through the development of a greener, more energy-efficient concrete. Watch the CBS 11 story.
MavGrad Celebration is a fun and family-friendly event Thursday, May 11, 6-9 p.m., where UTA’s graduating students can celebrate with their peers, friends, and family.
This free event will feature food, drinks, a drone show, music by The Inspiration Band, photo opportunities, and festive activities. President Jennifer Cowley will congratulate the class of 2023 with a celebratory toast, and graduating students will receive their first UTA alumni t-shirt.
The Office of Cultural Engagement and Social Change, the Center for Mexican American Studies, and the Office of Talent, Culture, and Inclusion are seeking volunteers for Celebrando el Éxito on Thursday, May 4. Volunteers must register to participate.
Evening of Black Excellence
The Evening of Black Excellence is a celebration on Wednesday, May 10, honoring Black, African, and African American students who are graduating this semester. The ceremony embraces the pillars of scholarship, heritage, culture, and community. Friends and family are welcome to attend and celebrate their graduate's academic achievements. Register by Wednesday, May 3, to attend.
Celebrate UTA’s Asian Pacific Islander graduates at the Lotus Laureate Graduation Thursday, May 11. At this festive celebration, graduating students will have the opportunity to publicly thank individuals who have helped them throughout their educational journeys.
Mavericks, thank you for your generosity last week during Mavs Give Back! Your support is directly impacting the lives of UTA students, helping them to overcome barriers and achieve their academic dreams. Whether you shared a post, made a gift, or cheered us on, your enthusiastic support made the week a success. If you missed Mavs Give Back last week, there is still time to make a donation today!
Thank you for participating in UT System’s Spring Forward Challenge. Participants have until Wednesday, May 3, to enter data into their team's page. For more information, visit go.uta.edu/wellness.
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