UTA In The News — Monday, February 5, 2024
FIFA World Cup
Ashish Sedai, assistant professor of economics, spoke with WFAA about the economic impact the 2026 World Cup will have on North Texas.
Mexican Presidential Elections
Xavier Medina Vidal, assistant professor of political science and director of the Center for Mexican American Studies, spoke with The Dallas Morning News about Mexican voters’ eagerness to elect the country’s first female president.
President Jennifer Cowley was named to D CEO’s Dallas 500 list of the “Most Powerful Business Leader in Dallas-Fort Worth.”
Predicting Progression of Alzheimer’s
Researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington have created a new learning-based tool, DETree, that can help predict the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, McKnight’s Senior Living reports. The researchers suggest DETree can give a more detailed picture of where someone falls within the timeline of dementia progression.