UTA In The News — Wednesday, June 5, 2024

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Historic Presidential Election

Xavier Medina Vidal, associate professor of political science, spoke with CBS 11 about witnessing history as Mexico elected the country’s first female president. Dr. Medina Vidal also commented in The Conversation about skepticism in the country enacting a true feminist political agenda despite having a female president. U.S. News and World Report republished this story.

Improving Texas Electric Grid

A $1.6 million federal grant will enable a group of UT Arlington researchers to work on new technology to help ensure the Texas power grid’s reliability, according to the Fort Worth Report and Dallas Innovates.

Job Hunting After College

David Powers, assistant director of internships, shared tips with the Fort Worth Report on how to prepare for the job market leaving college. Powers said a key trait candidates should cultivate is a problem-solving mindset.

60th D-Day Anniversary

Joseph Carpenter, military oral historian, wrote about the 16th Infantry Regiment’s heroism on D-Day in The Conversation.

Mobile Home Rights

Hannah Lebovits, assistant professor of public affairs and planning, spoke with KERA radio about exploitation in the mobile home market. This story was originally published in the Fort Worth Report.