KAIT/ABC 8 and other media reported that 163 nursing leaders, including UT Arlington’s Carolyn Cason, professor, and Joy Don Baker, clinical associate professor, will be inducted into The American Academy of Nursing’s 2015 Class of Fellows.
Mark Lamster, architecture critic of The Dallas Morning News and an architecture professor in practice with the UT Arlington College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, wrote an op-ed about the demolition of an old military hospital to make room for a new art installation in Marfa.
A prototype shunt flow monitoring system that UT Arlington researchers are developing could help patients who suffer from hydrocephalus.
Kathleen Tice, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Education, is receiving national attention for a program focused on helping teachers meet the needs of preschool English language learners.
The UT Arlington College of Business will begin offering an Executive Delivery Ph.D. with a concentration in international business in January 2016, FWB CEO, a new Fort Worth Business Press magazine, reported.