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UTA In The News — Thursday, July 28, 2016

Thursday, July 28, 2016

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CBS 11 highlights FitSteps

KTVT CBS 11 highlighted UTA’s FitSteps program, which helps cancer patients increase mobility and boost endurance while undergoing treatment. The program, a partnership with the Cancer Foundation for Life, is structured and tailored to each individual. Mark Haykowsky, a professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation and Moritz Chair of Geriatric Nursing and Research at UTA, and Suzanne Dudek, a UTA alumna and recovering cancer patient, were interviewed for the piece.

Saxe on convention

KRLD 1080 AM interviewed Allan Saxe, a UTA associate professor of political science, about the latest speeches at the Democratic National Convention. Saxe said Hillary Clinton needs to convince independent voters that they can trust her. Saxe also discussed the leaked DNC emails with KLIF 570 AM.

UTA alum energizes church

Fort Worth Weekly reported on UTA alumnus Josh Miller’s effort to bring a youthful, energetic church to Fort Worth. Miller earned a master’s degree from UTA in 2015.