UTA In The News — Monday, August 22, 2022
Mavs Move In
War in Ukraine
NewsNation spoke with Brian Whitmore, UTA assistant professor of practice and expert in Russian affairs, for the latest on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as it nears the six-month mark.
Kiva Harper, UTA School of Social Work associate professor of practice, will serve as one of the keynote speakers for the inaugural TEDxDeSoto on Oct. 22, EIN Presswire reports.
A recent study looked into how many moons could orbit the Earth while keeping the planet stable, Knowridge Science Report reports. The answer depends on the mass of the moons, with a likely limit of seven. Suman Satyal, UTA adjunct assistant professor of physics and the lead author on the study, said that since Earth can have more than one moon, this “increases the probability” of detecting exomoons.
Federal funding will help support curriculum innovation and promotion of Latin American studies, Mirage News reports. UTA is part of a regional partnership focused on curriculum building and language training that a pair of U.S. Department of Education grants worth $1.7 million will support.