UTA In The News — Wednesday, March 8, 2023
Catherine Robert, UTA assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies, explained to the Wall Street Journal her thoughts on the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT.
Non-Traditional Students Thrive
More Texans are returning to school later in their lives, Spectrum News reports. Katheryne Freeman, a non-traditional UTA student and former Army combat veteran, says going to school later has allowed her to contribute more to her classes. UTA Provost Tamara Brown says nearly one-third of UTA students are over 25.
Returning to Ministry
Baptist Standard profiled Joseph Ruiz, a recent UTA grad who explains how he felt compelled to continue ministry at UTA. Today, he is a campus missionary intern with the Baptist Student Ministry.
A UTA alumnus is saving lives by bringing dialysis therapy to remote regions of India, U.S. Fed News reports. Shashank Moddhia (’05 MS, Biomedical Engineering), is founder and CEO of The Renal Project, a Mumbai-based company that aims to revolutionize the availability and delivery of dialysis therapy.