Dias discusses West fertilizer plant explosion
WFAA/Channel 8’s noon and 10 p.m. newscasts
included interviews with Rasika Dias, UT Arlington professor and chair
of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, about the fertilizer
plant explosion in West, Texas. A print version of the story also
appears at WFAA.com and KVUE.com (Austin).
Dasgupta discusses West fertilizer plant explosion
Sandy Dasgupta, UT Arlington professor of chemistry and biochemistry, appeared as an in-studio live guest on KTVT/CBS 11, to discuss the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.
Bugarin discusses West fertilizer plant explosion
Alejandro Bugarin, UT Arlington assistant professor of chemistry and
biochemistry, appeared as an in-studio live guest on Spanish-language
station, KXTX/Telemundo Dallas, to discuss the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.
Kepler's supernova's explosion comes into focus
NBC News blog Space.com and Yahoo! News
reported on published research co-authored by Sangwook Park, UT
Arlington assistant professor of physics, which found that Kepler’s
supernova came from a relatively young star that was rich in metals. The
story also appears at Yahoo! News Canada, Huffington Post.com and Before It’s News.com.
UTeach Arlington program noted by Dallas Morning News columnist
Dallas Morning News columnist Robert Miller
noted that UT Arlington’s UTeach program, launched in 2010 with 90
freshmen, has grown to 361 students in fall 2012. The first UTeach
Arlington graduates will receive their diplomas in May 2014.
Armstrong's research noted in article about DMAA
noted a previously published article by Dan Armstrong, UT Arlington
professor of chemistry, that argued that DMAA found in supplements had a
different chemical structure than what can be naturally found in
The Shorthorn called among the most exemplary college newspapers
listed UT Arlington’s student newspaper, The Shorthorn, as number 51 of
100 exemplary college newspapers that provide the best learning
experience for journalism students.