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UTA In The News — Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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Sabherwal co-authors study on overconfident CEOs

ScienceNewsline reported on a new study co-authored by Sanjiv Sabherwal, UT Arlington associate professor of finance/real estate, which found that overconfident CEOs can put companies at risk.

Yoon's research of collegel-level cyberbullying noted

Ethics Newsline reported research co-authored by UT Arlington Associate Education Professor Jiyoon Yoon that examined cyberbullying on college campuses. The study found that cyberbullying poses a health and safety threat and that harassment via social media or text is prevalent.

Cawthon discusses impending royal birth

The Lansing State (Michigan) carried a USA Today article about the British monarchy that quoted Elisabeth Cawthon, UT Arlington associate professor of history. Prince William and Duchess Kate are expecting their first baby soon and are expected to take an active role in raising the new royal. “Catherine seems to be a natural with children so I think they will be a couple who would want to spend a lot of time with their kids,” Cawthon said.

Gray honored among nation's top nursing leaders

Jennifer Gray, interim dean of the UT Arlington College of Nursing, has been chosen as one of 172 nursing leaders nationwide to become a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, the Arlington Citizen-Journal reported. Gray and the others will be inducted in October at the academy’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

University's Executive MBA assists military veterans

The Fort Mill Times (South Carolina) reported that The University of Texas at Arlington’s Executive MBA is a participant of Federal Veteran Educational Benefits programs that assist students with service backgrounds in paying for tuition and other education-related expenses.

California firm purchases apartments near campus

California real estate investment firm, Shore to Shore Properties, has purchased a 66-unit student apartment community near UT Arlington, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. Midtown Arlington was sold as part of a portfolio sale that included a student apartment complex near the University of North Texas.