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UTA In The News — Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday, November 28, 2016

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Immune response

UTA biochemists have discovered a key to easing the dangerous side effects of certain drugs that can keep the body from rejecting transplanted organs and attacking its own joints, the Star-Telegram reported.

Holiday shopping

Traci Freling, UTA associate professor of Marketing, said better retail deals spurred larger gains in major holiday shopping days this past week, The Dallas Morning News reported.

NASA research recovery

The work of UTA scientists who developed a microfluidic electrochemical reactor designed to recover oxygen through carbon dioxide electrolysis was mentioned in an article about NASA’s research recovery in Parabolic Arc.

SEIR building construction named UTA’s SEIR building as one of the major educational construction projects that kicked off in the month of October.

History perspective

Christopher Morris, UTA professor of history, was a guest on the NPR affiliate WBUR 90.9 FM in Boston syndicated program “On Point.”

Featured speaker

Amy Bernhard, senior lecturer in creative writing at UTA, will be one of the featured speakers at the Pegasus Reading Series in December, Word Space Dallas reported.

Essay on Thoreau

UTA Department of English Senior Lecturer Kerry Hamilton Warren’s essay about Henry David Thoreau was published in TA NEA Online.

Vote recount

Allan Saxe, UTA associate professor of political science, was interviewed on WREC 600 AM in Memphis about the impending vote recount in several states.