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UTA In The News — Thursday, June 6, 2013

Thursday, June 6, 2013

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Research led by Kinesiology's Resch highlighted in health media

MedicalXpress, HealthCanal and Science Codex reported on newly published research from an international team featuring Jacob Resch, UT Arlington assistant professor of kinesiology and director of the Brain Injury Laboratory. Resch reaffirmed questions about portions of the popular computerized concussion assessment tool ImPact. The research was published online May 31 in the Journal of Athletic Training.

Eichelberger discusses manuscript possibly written by Nobel Prize-winning author

The Miami Herald and several other McClatchy-owned newspapers quoted Clayton Eichelberger, UT Arlington emeritus professor of English, on the recent discovery of a long-lost manuscript by Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck. The literary treasure was found last year in a Fort Worth storage locker up for auction. “If it’s by her and it’s real and it’s going to be published, that’s magnificent,” said Eichelberger, 88, who heard Buck lecture in 1941. “When something like that is discovered, that’s wonderful. She was a wonderful woman.”

Working too hard could ruin your chances of getting a pay raise

Employees who work too hard may be increasing their chances of trouble, instead of increasing their chances of getting a raise. That message was the focus of a keynote speech recently delivered at UT Arlington’s 27th annual Psychiatric Nursing Symposium, Clinical Psychologists blog reported.