UT Arlington prepares for major role in international gathering of mind, brain and education experts.
Elten Briggs, a UT Arlington marketing professor, said fixing damage to Dallas' reputation caused by the recent Ebola crisis will take time and Dallas leaders are taking the right steps.
Engineers are building a handheld device that could separate and detect harmful vapors in a person's breath or dangerous gases in a room.
UT Arlington students and College of Nursing Dean Anne Bavier say recent cases of Ebola in Dallas don't shake nurses' commitment to their field and passion for health care.
An engineer is looking to develop a tool that cities and counties can use to plan for needed infrastructure.