Dr. Kenneth Reifsnider, a member of the prestigious National Academy of Engineering, will lead the new UT Arlington Institute for Predictive Performance of Advanced Materials and Structures.
Robert Fairbanks, UT Arlington professor of history, says a 1930s controversy over the Trinity River ended longtime friendships, resulted in vicious attacks on prominent civic leaders, brought about several lawsuits and destroyed one of the city’s key planning organizations.
“Language is always a vehicle for social justice. Righting wrongs. Native American language revitalization sustains the life force of communities,” wrote UTA Linguistics Professor Colleen Fitzgerald in a Huffington Post op-ed.
An associate professor of political science doesn't believe French Jews will leave their country in spite of recent Paris terrorist attacks.
UTA History Chair Marvin Dulaney served as a panelist at a conference on police relations and communities of color held at UTA. Texas U.S. House and local law enforcement members attended the event organized by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson.