KERA 90.1 FM reported on a new earth science study that predicts the impact extreme weather and climate change will have on roads, railways and other infrastructure.
Research on mental health and resilience among people of diverse races and faiths earns multiple grants and recognition for a School of Social Work associate professor.
History Chair Marvin Dulaney examined how the impacts of 17th century policing still reverberate in society today for a piece in The Crime Report.
UT Arlington civil engineers are working with TXDoT to determine the most durable, cost-efficient asphalt mixes to make roads surfaces longer lasting.
The Arizona Republic credited Dean Nan Ellin of UTA's College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, as one of the brains behind “Canalscape” projects that will create attractive commercial developments along irrigation canals.