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Company Overview of University Of Texas At Arlington

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University Of Texas At Arlington is an Educational Institution.

701 South Nedderman Drive

Arlington, TX 

United States

Founded in 1895

Key Executives for University Of Texas At Arlington

Dean of the Honors College
Vice President of Development
Sustainability Director
Sustainability Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

University Of Texas At Arlington Key Developments

University Of Texas At Arlington Appoints Michael Kingan as Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, Effective February 16, 2015

The University of Texas at Arlington has named Michael K. Kingan, a former senior vice president and chief development officer for The University of New Mexico Foundation with more than two decades of success in advancement positions, as Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations. Kingan brings a breadth of experience to UT Arlington, having served in leadership positions at The University of New Mexico, The University of Iowa, the University of Washington School of Law and The University of Michigan Law School. Most recently, he has served as Chief Advancement Officer for the Singapore American School. Kingan's first day will be Feb. 16.

University of Texas at Arlington Appoints Timothy Quinnan as New Vice President for Student Affairs

University of Texas at Arlington President Vistasp Karbhari announced the appointment of Timothy Quinnan, an expert in student success and leadership education, as UT Arlington's new Vice President for Student Affairs. Dr. Quinnan currently serves as associate vice president for campus life at San Diego State University. He previously served in leadership roles in Student Affairs at the University of Michigan, University of Cincinnati and Florida State University. At UT Arlington, Dr. Quinnan will direct a wide array of student success and campus life initiatives serving UT Arlington students around the world and will lead a division of 25 departments and programs, 180 employees and more than 330 student organizations. Dr. Quinnan will join the University in September.

Winmems Technologies Owns Exclusive Rights to Commercialise the New Concept of University of Texas Arlington

Researchers at University of Texas Arlington (UTA) have developed a new minute 'micro-windmill' that generates wind energy, which could be used to charge cell phone batteries. The new 1.8 mm wide windmill, which is one-tenth of a single grain of rice, features flexible nickel alloy components that are capable of taking on strong winds without breaking. Taiwanese fabrication foundry WinMEMS Technologies owns exclusive rights to commercialise the new concept, and has already started work on potential applications of the new technology.

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