UTA In The News — Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Mass transit and property value
A UTA study of transit-oriented developments across the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area identifies the most important factors that can increase housing values near those sites, Mirage News reported. Ard Anjomani, professor in the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, and Saad AlQuhtani, a recent alumnus, were the authors of “Do rail transit stations affect housing value changes? The Dallas Fort-Worth metropolitan area case and implications” in the Journal of Transport Geography.
Florence Haseltine, UTA presidential distinguished professor in nursing and executive director of health research, has an expansive background in science, medicine and research, and now focuses on expanding research programs in women’s health, genomics and disability studies, U.S. Fed News reported in a short-form interview.
Dhruba Banjade, adjunct assistant professor of finance at UTA, provided his expertise in a Wallet Hub article on traveling for holiday celebrations. Banjade recommends planning travel months ahead of the holiday season and traveling during the off hours of early morning or late evening to save money. The article also appeared on Patch.com.