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A University of Texas at Arlington education expert says Mansfield ISD crossed the line when they put Bridget Villegas' special needs son in an isolation room several times to deal with his behavioral issues.
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Austin College President Marjorie Hass announces the launch of the Austin College Gateways initiative, with phase one of the program focused on students interested in law medicine, healthcare, accounting, and other professions.
DALLAS April 14, 2014 Popular web information on colorectal cancer is too difficult for most lay people to read and doesn't address the appropriate risks to and concerns of patients, a study by UT Southwestern Medical Center gastroenterologists suggests.
It's not every day when an actor from Arlington gets to not only meet a film star but also work alongside one.
UT Arlington and Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital are investigating whether bone grown from the body's own stem cells can replace traditional types of bone grafting.
We all have purpose in our lives whether we realize it or not. You were not created by accident.
Georgia State rallied for a run in the seventh inning and three in the eighth to erase UT Arlington's late lead and steal an 11-10 victory in the opener of a Sun Belt Conference series Friday at GSU Baseball Complex.
Benito Capellan isn't walking around the UT Arlington campus. He's in Lubbock behind bars serving time for a drunk driving crash, but before he began his jail sentence he says he had to start something to help other students.
Raghavendra Sriram is earning his PhD at UT-Arlington, doing research on how unmanned aerial systems can be used to help during search and rescue missions.
After subtracting out the "free" money - grants and scholarships - now is the time to bear down and really assess whether taking on student loan debt will be worth it financially after they graduate.
There are tons of movies about this very topic: "Overboard," "The Ugly Truth," "The Notebook," "Titanic," "Pretty Woman" and "The Princess Bride."
"Parents, send your kids to us," University of North Texas President Neal Smatresk joked, "and at the end of four years, buy a Maserati."
The process, which has been successful in previous lab experiments, uses biodegradable polymer scaffolding material and bone morphogenetic protein, or BMP, which was inserted into the abdomen of mice to attract stem cells that in turn produced bone.