New research by Professor Kevin Schug demonstrates that groundwater quality changes alongside the expansion of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing but also suggests that some potentially hazardous effects may dissipate over time. The results were published today in the journal "Science of the Total Environment."
Outstanding journalists were recently recognized in a UTA-hosted ceremony named in honor of late Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, a passionate advocate for equal access for people with disabilities.
Researchers with the UTA Libraries and the College of Liberal Arts will use a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to develop an online portal for disability history resources.
College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs student team wins national EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge for designing plan to reduce stormwater runoff in future UTA construction projects.
Physicist Yue Deng is leading a $7.3 million national initiative to develop a next generation space weather simulator to improve forecasting, satellite tracking during storms.