Colleen Fitzgerald, a UT Arlington professor of Linguistics & TESOL, has been named director for the National Science Foundation's Documenting Endangered Languages Program in Washington, D.C.
People who receive emails from work after hours become angry more often than not finds a new study from Marcus Butts, a UT Arlington management associate professor, the Art of Service reported. Butts is the lead author on a study recently published in the Academy of Management Journal that says these after-hour emails and texts interfere with peoples’ personal lives also.
A UT Arlington team has published a study about an innovative solar cell system in the American Chemical Society's journal ACS Catalysis. The technology allows large-scale solar energy storage even at night.
A Fort Worth Star-Telegram column on the use of high-profile issues such as fundraising tactics quoted Rebecca Deen, chair of the UTA Department of Political Science, as saying politicians have become particularly adept at using hot-button issues as rallying cries.
UT Arlington Physics Professor Zdzislaw Musielak has won the international Humboldt Research Award for the nearly unprecedented third time.