UT Arlington In The News - Thursday, September 13, 2012
Sasley discusses deadly attack on U.S. Ambassador in Libya
KTVT/CBS 11 and KRLD/1080 AM interviewed Brent Sasley, a UT Arlington assistant professor of political science, about the U.S. Ambassador and three other Americans killed in Libya. “In some ways it’s not surprising,” Sasley said of the attacks. “We’ve had signs that this kind of widespread dissatisfaction has been there for this whole time.”
Grant hopes to boost nursing bachelor's programs in Texas
In a story about grant money aimed at boosting enrollment in nursing bachelor’s programs in Texas, D Magazine Healthcare Daily noted that UT Arlington is one of the state’s top producers of nursing baccalaureates. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced it would give the state $300,000 through its Academic Progression in Nursing program.
UTA News en Español highlighted
KUVN 23/Univision Dallas interviewed Julian Rodriguez, a UT Arlington lecturer in the Department of Communication, about the student-run UTA News en Español. Rodriguez is director of the program targeted at the Spanish-speaking audience.
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