UT Arlington In The News - Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Maverick Veterans' Voices project profiled on NBC 5
KXAS/NBC 5 interviewed Kimberly van Noort, UT Arlington associate professor of modern languages and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, about Maverick Veterans’ Voices, a new oral and video history project at UT Arlington that aims to preserve the history of student veterans and their families. “I think it’s a really important teaching tool for people to understand about the history of our country,” Van Noort said.
Del Carmen presents findings on racial profiling to Midland City Council
MyWestTexas.com reported on racial profiling data presented to Midland City Council members by Alex del Carmen, professor and chair of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at UT Arlington. According to his findings and based on the state’s profiling law, the Midland Police Department did not have any racial profiling complaints in 2012.
NBC 5 notes science fair held at College Park Center
KXAS/NBC 5 mentioned the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair held Monday at UT Arlington’s College Park Center.
University's green practices touted on Eyes of North Texas
During an Internet radio interview with the Eyes of North Texas, Meghna Tare, director of UT Arlington’s Office of Sustainability, described efforts by the University to conserve, purchase green, and recycle products.
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