Civil engineering professor Anand Puppala told the Star-Telegram that heavy rains may be triggering soil shifts that could have contributed to a sinkhole at DFW Airport that forces a runway closure.
Sharolyn Dihigo, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, authored a piece for The Conversation on keys to successful treatment of teen mental health illness.
NPR affiliate KERA 90.1 FM reported on the “Smart Care” apartment, a collaboration between the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, College of Engineering and Lakewood Village Senior Living Community that could change the face of healthcare.
UT Arlington robotics experts are bringing robotics education to middle and high school students through a pilot, after-school Technology Education Academy at the Arlington Public Library.
Elten Briggs, an associate professor of marketing, says Blue Bell executives must show remorse and demonstrate quality-control changes in the wake of illnesses and deaths linked to contaminated products if they hope to reclaim significant market share.