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UTA In The News — Monday, March 11, 2019

Monday, March 11, 2019

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Bicycle planning

Kate Hyun, UTA assistant professor of civil engineering, is exploring data fusion techniques that will provide planners with better data on potential bicycle volumes for a city, Phys.org reports. Hyun is one of the researchers on a $200,000 grant from the National Institute for Transportation and Communities at Portland State University.

RCE North Texas

An initiative to unify sustainability efforts across North Texas, led by UTA Chief Sustainability Officer Meghna Tare, is now the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development North Texas. Bioengineer.org reported the United Nations University-approved coalition is just the seventh Center of Expertise in the United States.

UTA energy achievements

An O.K. Carter column in the Fort Worth Business Press highlights UTA’s recent noteworthy grants and research achievements in the energy spectrum as the university’s efforts continue to be recognized as a top tier research university.

Education program rankings

UTA’s online master’s degree in science education and online master’s degree in math education programs were each ranked nationally by OnlineMasters.com, PR Web reported.

Alumna profile

Kim Arnold chose to attend UTA to pursue a career in nursing after eight years spent caring for her critically ill son, D Magazine reported.

Sun Belt champs

The UTA Lady Mavs basketball team earned a share of the regularr season Sun Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Championship with its 44-41 win over Texas State, KATV ABC in Little Rock reported.