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UTA In The News — Thursday, April 2, 2015

Thursday, April 2, 2015

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Hearing help

UT Arlington electrical engineering researcher Sungyong Jung is developing more efficient, low-power integrated circuits for directional hearing aids that will lead to a better quality of life for hearing-impaired people, ECN reported. Jung received a grant from the Korean Electrotechnology Research Institute that would create an integrated circuit for a tiny microphone that would mimic the auditory system of a parasitic fly known for its exceptionally miniscule ear. The American Society for Engineering Education's First Bell compilation also included a brief about Jung's research,

Art exhibit

Nicholas Wood, a UT Arlington art professor, has opened an exhibit, "Recent Works: Drawings/Sculptural Objects," at William Campbell Contemporary Art in Fort Worth, Visual Art Source reported. The exhibit, which runs through April 25, features Wood's colorful, abstract works on paper interspersed with his expressive, precisely rendered wall sculptures.

Maverick Speakers Series to feature Bob Costas

Legendary sportscaster Bob Costas, host of NBC's Football Night in America and Olympic coverage, will wrap up UT Arlington’s 2014-15 Maverick Speakers Series, CultureMap Dallas reported. Now in its seventh season, the lecture series features a diverse group of leaders that share their breadth of experience in the worlds of sports, politics, the military and science.

Nationally ranked online nursing program

UT Arlington's online nursing degree program was ranked No. 7 nationally by, the U.S. Daily Review reported.