UTA In The News — Friday, September 23, 2022
Dallas Zine Fest
The work of Carlos DonJuan, assistant professor of art and art history, will be on display at Dallas Zine Fest, a celebration of the design and writing community, KERA reported. DonJuan is a Mexican American graffiti artist and painter who has done both photography work and large-scale murals.
A new endowment established by the Arlington Conservation Council will support scholarships and research in environmental education at UT Arlington, according to Education Daily Report. Awards granted from the endowment will support student scholarships, graduate fellowships or grants and expenses related to student research.
Public administration honors
The National Academy of Public Administration has selected UT Arlington President Jennifer Cowley for inclusion in its 2022 Class of Academy Fellows in recognition of her expertise and years of public administration service, U.S. Fed News reported. She joins 35 leaders in the field of public administration as members of this latest class.
Allison Sullivan, UT Arlington assistant professor of computer science and engineering, received a three-year, $490,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to explore testing software updates without testing unchanged parts of the code, Mirage News reported. Using modeling software called Alloy, Sullivan will focus on three ways of interacting with a model: writing, testing and synthesizing.