Marshall discusses Gov. Perry's political future
Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday that he will not seek re-election for
governor, but he left open the possibility of making another run for the
White House. During a live in-studio appearance on KDFW/FOX 4,
Thomas Marshall, UT Arlington professor of political science, said “If
he’s going to make a run for president, he’s going to need to get
organized pretty quickly. It’s a very grueling race and clearly the
message from last time is that he waited too long.”
Saxe discusses Gov. Perry's political future
KTVT/CBS 11 and KMIL 105.1 FM
(San Antonio) interviewed UT Arlington Associate Political Science
Professor Allan Saxe about Gov. Perry’s announcement regarding his
political future. If a second run for the presidency isn’t in the cards –
he has options. He has likely already received numerous offers to join
boards of directors of corporations and various foundations, Saxe said.
Cawthon discusses impending royal birth
USA Today and Yahoo!
interviewed Elisabeth Cawthon, UT Arlington associate professor of
history, about Prince William and Duchess Kate, who will soon welcome
their first child. She predicts they will stand out as an exceptionally
family-oriented couple, which will only further endear them to the
British public. “The common touch links the monarch more closely to the
public,” Cawthon said.
Krishnan Rajeshwar, distinguished university professor at UT Arlington,
has been elected as a vice president of The Electrochemical Society, an
educational nonprofit with more than 8,000 members in more than 70
countries around the world, the Fort Worth Business Press People section noted.
TEDxUTA event utilizes top audio equipment
the world’s leading magazine for the professional recording and sound
production technology industry, mentioned the recent TEDx event
sponsored by UT Arlington. To help ensure consistent audio quality for
this real-time streamed over the Internet event, Lectrosonics DNTBOB 88
breakout boxes were used.
Greystar eyes property near UT Arlington
In a story about Greystar Real Estate Partners, Bloomberg Businessweek
noted that the company’s student housing division is currently looking
at a project to replace an aging complex near UT Arlington. Greystar is
one of the nation’s largest apartment owners and developers. The story
first appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.