UTA announces new psychology master's program
To meet the demand from businesses for more leaders focused on developing and sustaining healthy and productive organizations, UTA now offers a Master of Science degree in industrial and organizational psychology.
“This is different from business programs, which typically focus more on the strategy, financials, marketing and operations of an organization,” said Nicolette P. Hass, director of UTA's Industrial and Organizational Psychology Center.
Veterans small business starter
The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Business has received a $1.7 million Small Business Administration grant to establish two Nevada Veterans Business Outreach Centers (VBOCs). Patrick E. Alcorn, senior director of UTA’s VBOC and a veteran, said this critical funding will provide resources and staffing to support the military entrepreneur community in Nevada.
Maverick Dining's newest venue, Crafted Burger Co., will host a dollar burger day Tuesday, Aug. 29, at 11 a.m. while supplies last. Visit the Commons on the west side of campus for the grand opening celebration.
UTA engineer named American Heart Association fellow
Wellness Wednesday for UTA employees is back this Wednesday, Aug. 30, at 12 p.m. Join fellow Mavericks for a wellness lunch-and-learn to explore tools and resources to improve your professional life. If you plan to attend, register online.
Arlington transportation service gets new app
The ridesharing service Via has rebranded to Arlington On-Demand and now requires that passengers download a new app. To learn more and book free rides for students, visit the city of Arlington website.
The Office of Talent, Culture, and Inclusion is hosting a one-hour orientation to provide graduate teaching assistants and graduate research assistants an overview of UTA's employee benefits. Register to attend the session in person at the Maverick Activities Center's Lone Star Auditorium on Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 4 p.m. or virtually Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 1 p.m.
Urban Resilience Fellowship
If you are interested in partnering with UTA's Office of Sustainability to boost urban resilience in North Texas, attend an upcoming information session about the Urban Resilience Fellow Program. RSVP for one of the sessions Tuesday, Sept. 5, or Thursday, Sept. 14.
Join the Center for Mexican American Studies Thursday, Sept. 14, for a free lecture by Federico Subervi-Vélez titled "Studying Latinos & the Media: Past, Present, & Future." To learn more about Dr. Subervi-Vélez or the upcoming Hispanic Media Conference at UTA, visit utahispanicmedia.com.
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