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Voice of America

Voice of America: COVID-19 Exposes Hearing Problems

March 4, 2021

“A lot of people who may not have identified with hearing difficulties previously, possibly because they had a very minimal problem are recognizing increased communication difficulties now.” — Dr. Angela Shoup BS’89, MS’92, PhD’94, executive director of the Callier Center for Communication Disorders


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KDFW Fox 4: Survey: Many Would Choose To Work From Home Indefinitely

March 3, 2021

“There really is an age effect in terms of who’s feeling productive and who’s feeling like they’re really stressed with all this.” — Dr. Doug Kiel, professor of public and nonprofit management


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Dallas Business Journal: Dallas Is ‘Up-and-Coming City’ for Fintech Companies

March 2, 2021

“What we’re seeing is kind of the synergies building. I would not be surprised to see Dallas become a major financial center.” — Dr. Robert Kieschnick, associate professor of finance and managerial economics


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): Crow Museum of Asian Art Blooms with ‘Divine Spark’

February 25, 2021

“A lot of the works that are being presented in this series are not only focused on celebrating and highlighting the work of these incredible artists but also speaking to the times in some way.” — Dr. Jacqueline Chao, senior curator of Asian art at the Crow Museum of Asian Art


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The Dallas Morning News: Toilet Paper Is Back on Shelves, but These 6 Things Are Still Tough to Find

February 13, 2021

“There’s an opportunity for commerce here to under-promise and over-deliver.” — Dr. David Widdifield, clinical associate professor of operations management


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Texas Monthly: Sepsis Kills Millions Each Year. This UT-Dallas Device Aims to Stop That.

February 11, 2021

“There’s been a lot of research on sepsis, but the major thing missing was an active point-of-care testing device that can give feedback when the patient is at your bedside.” — Ambalika Tanak MS’16, biomedical engineering doctoral candidate


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KDFW Fox 4: Many Turning To Poetry for This Valentine’s Day

February 10, 2021

“A poem is sort of this tiny distillation of hope or joy or love — it’s kind of this gift that we can launch into the world toward someone without even having to sit next to them.” — Dr. Nomi Stone, assistant professor of creative writing and literature


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KRLD-AM: Flood of New Advertisers To Make Super Bowl Debut

February 5, 2021

“We have some of the stalwarts, some of the pillars of Super Bowl advertising, sitting on the sidelines this time.” — Dr. Abhijit Biswas, clinical professor of marketing


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Dallas Business Journal: As GameStop Shares Surge Amid National Attention, What’s Next for the DFW Company?

February 2, 2021

“You have a cult following in some sense. If they issue securities, they may undermine that cult following.” — Dr. Umit Gurun, Ashbel Smith Professor


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KDFW Fox 4: Data Shows Females Are the Most Vaccinated Group

February 1, 2021

“… especially among the health care workers, many folks in that industry are women, and so it’s natural that we’d see more women than men early on.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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Austin Inno: Blackstone LaunchPad Expanding in University of Texas System with $5M Grant

January 26, 2021

“It’s probably going to serve as one of the most significant catalyzing moments in the communities at large, not just the universities.” — Steve Guengerich, associate vice president for innovation and commercialization


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KDFW Fox 4: President Biden Takes Actions To Combat the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic

January 21, 2021

“This is an opportunity for us to continue to dialogue and collaborate with our peers around the world.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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WFAA: North Texas DACA Recipient Reacts to President Biden’s New Immigration Policies

January 21, 2021

“DACA still hangs in the balance.” — Dr. Deborah Kang, Fellow of the Anne Stark and Chester Watson Professorship of History


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The Dallas Morning News: Texas’ Botez Sisters Are at the Forefront of an Unlikely, and Booming, Partnership: Chess and Esports

January 21, 2021

“It went from very few students watching in the venue to almost 9,000 views.” — Julio Catalino Sadorra, UT Dallas chess coach


KRLD-AM: Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Process

January 15, 2021

“I think the big thing people need to understand is even if this process were running as efficiently as possible, we’re talking about months before we have enough vaccination out there that we can feel like we can let our guard down.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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The Dallas Morning News: Lack of Diversity and the Pandemic Challenge Colleges To Address Mental Health Issues for Students of Color

January 15, 2021

“There has been more of an intentional effort into diversifying our staff.” — Dr. Prachi Sharma, assistant director of the Student Counseling Center


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Dallas Innovates: Dallas-Fort Worth Innovators and Disruptors You Need to Know in 2021

January 14, 2021

“We’re working on the development of both virtual teachers to extend the capability of human teachers and virtual students to explore social learning with peers.” — Dr. Marjorie Zielke PhD’07, director of the Center for Modeling and Simulation/Virtual Humans and Synthetic Societies Lab


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The Dallas Morning News: Last Month’s Job Losses Were the First Since Spring, and Women Accounted for All of ’Em

January 13, 2021

“When there’s job loss, it’s likely women will be hit harder because they’re concentrated in the types of jobs that are more likely to be let go.” — Dr. Susan McElroy, associate professor of economics


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KDFW Fox 4: UT Dallas Researcher Concerned COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts Could Last a Full Year

January 11, 2021

“The real challenge that we face is that we don’t have an integrated system, which simply means it’s going to slow the rollout a little bit.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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Good Morning Texas: What To Expect From Colleges in 2021

January 7, 2021

“The pandemic has affected our decision-making with regard to so many things.” — Dr. Jessica Murphy, Mary McDermott Cook Chair for Undergraduate Education


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Good Morning Texas: Create a Green Home Office

January 4, 2021

“Green offices can really embody the value of sustainability.” — Caitlin Griffith, sustainability coordinator


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The Dallas Morning News: UT Dallas Graduates Draw Inspiration From Their Kids During Their Own Time in Remote Learning

December 31, 2020

“My daughter, her life is going to be so much more different because of all the efforts, all the sacrifice and hard work.” — Itzel Ramirez Tapia BS’20


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WFAA: Once-in-800-Year Event Brings Hope This Holiday

December 21, 2020

“This has been a very dark year for us, and it’s this cosmic phenomenon that’s just like a light of hope in the sky.” — Dr. Mary Urquhart, associate professor of science/math education


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): North Texas Skies Will Be Clear Monday Night to See Rare ‘Christmas Star’

December 21, 2020

“They are so bright that they are easy to observe even in light-polluted Dallas. It’s a wonderful opportunity for families to look at the sky together.” — Dr. Mary Urquhart, associate professor of science/math education


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KDFW Fox 4: UTD Professor Analyzes Russian Cyberattack on U.S.

December 21, 2020

“This software is used by many companies, including the U.S. government, for managing their sensitive network resources.” — Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu, professor of computer science


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KDFW Fox 4: How To See the Jupiter, Saturn Conjunction

December 18, 2020

“This will be the first time it’s been visible in 800 years.” — Dr. Mary Urquhart, associate professor of science/math education


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The Dallas Morning News: GPS, Thermal Sensors Help Ensure COVID Vaccine Stays at Right Temperature, but Some Experts Urge Even More Safeguards During Global Rollout

December 15, 2020

“Time and temperature affects vaccine viability.” — Dr. Ray Baughman, the Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry and director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute


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CBS 11 (KTVT-TV): Survey Shows COVID-19 Likely Cost President Trump A 2nd Term

December 14, 2020

“This changed the political world. It really did.” — Dr. Harold Clarke, Ashbel Smith Professor of Political Science


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Austin American-Statesman: As Virus Rages, Texas Intensive Care Units at the Brink

December 13, 2020

“Cancer does not go away because there’s a pandemic.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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Associated Press: Can You Repeat That? Hearing Trouble More Obvious with Masks

November 24, 2020

“More than likely, these are people that had some kind of hearing loss prior to all this starting, but they were adapting.” — Dr. Andrea Gohmert, director of audiology clinical operations in the Callier Center for Communication Disorders


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KDFW Fox 4: The Joy of Missing Out

November 24, 2020

“As our holidays are looking a bit different these days, we can kind of take this year off from the stress and phone it in — or Zoom it in.” — Dr. Janet Johnson, lecturer


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Prevention: Here’s Why You’re Dealing With Brain Fog—and What You Can Do to Fight It

November 21, 2020

“We all do things that wear out the brain, and then we wonder why we’re not as clearheaded as we used to be.” — Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, Dee Wyly Distinguished University Chair in BrainHealth


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North Texas Inno: Startups Take Home New Funding at UT Dallas Pitch Competition

November 20, 2020

“When the world turns upside down and the old way of doing things no longer works, the only way forward is to innovate.” — Paul Nichols, executive director of the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship


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Art & Seek: Edith O’Donnell, Leading North Texas Patron Of Arts And Education, Dies At 94

November 18, 2020

“It’s almost like an avalanche of the arts that’s happening to a university that, prior to her gift in 2014, wouldn’t have ever imagined it happening.” — Dr. Michael Thomas, Edith O’Donnell Distinguished University Chair in Art History


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KDFW Fox 4: North Texas Seeing a Rapid Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations

November 16, 2020

“Our resources are already stretched thin; our medical professionals are taxed to the max … if we’re vigilant and careful, we can avoid pushing them past the limit.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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El Paso Times: Texas Sees Hospitalization Rates Rise

November 13, 2020

“We are seeing rural communities succumbing to significant infection rates.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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WBAP-AM: Data Shows New Covid-19 Vaccine More than 90% Effective

November 10, 2020

“Just because we have a vaccine doesn’t mean we will take our foot off the gas on this.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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WFAA: How To Avoid False Information on Social Media

November 3, 2020

“It’s very important for us and social media channels to take the responsibility to become better digital citizens.” — Dr. Janet Johnson, lecturer


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): Hispanic, Black Voters Reflect on Election Year

November 3, 2020

“I think we hear that every four years that the Black and the Hispanic vote is the game-changer and sometimes it is.” — Jonathan Rosa, lecturer


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D Magazine: What Does the Election Mean for Healthcare?

November 2, 2020

“In five to seven years the electronic medical record as currently configured will disappear, replaced by the cloud.” — Dr. John McCracken, clinical professor of healthcare management


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Spectrum News: Could 2020 Be the Year Texas Dems Flip the State House?

November 2, 2020

“Texas is no longer a one-party, Republican state. It’s now a question of if the Democrats can extend their reach in the suburbs and how far.” — Dr. Ted Harpham, dean of the Hobson Wildenthal Honors College and Professor of Political Science


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The Dallas Morning News: Dallas‘ Black Leaders and Activists Are Turning Protesters Into Voters

November 2, 2020

“There is a whole lot more capacity for immediate change at the statehouse and at the local level.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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KDFW Fox 4: Texas About To Pass Total 2016 Turnout Before 2020 Early Vote Concludes

October 31, 2020

“The political parties have really been encouraging people to do in-person early voting.” — Dr. Robert Lowry, professor of political science


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CBS 11 (KTVT-TV): The Battle Over Daylight Saving Time; ‘The Change Is Deeply Unpopular’

October 30, 2020

“Our health does better they argue, when our time awake better matches the time of sunlight. And we spend less time of the day in darkness.” — Dr. Thomas Gray, assistant professor of political science


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The Dallas Morning News: With the Help of UT Dallas Dancers, Patients Express Their Feelings

October 26, 2020

“That kind of gray feeling of being on Zoom started turning into a rainbow again. Everyone started to lighten up.” — Misty Owens, senior lecturer of dance


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): North Texas Remains a ‘Sellers Market’

October 26, 2020

“Everyone’s home, the kids, the grandparents, and they’re realizing that their home just can’t accommodate their current needs and so it’s continuing to drive the demand up.” — Julie Lynch, associate director of the Weitzman Institute for Real Estate at UT Dallas


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The Dallas Morning News: Why Baylor Scott & White Says It’s Ready for COVID-19′s Second Surge

October 23, 2020

“Everyone’s been pulling together, and it’s been inspiring, but the test isn’t over, and the economics are challenging.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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Scientific American: What We Know So Far about How COVID Affects the Nervous System

October 22, 2020

“The most likely scenario would be that the autonomic and sensory nerves are affected by the virus.” — Dr. Ted Price BS’97, Eugene McDermott Professor of neuroscience


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KDFW Fox 4: Researcher Looks at Causes for Recent COVID-19 Spike

October 22, 2020

“You can see that people have relaxed somewhat, and the problem is we’re relaxing out of those habits that keep the virus from spreading.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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The Dallas Morning News: How NTT Data Is Navigating the Pandemic and Selling Change

October 21, 2020

“Yes, companies should embrace change because we’re never going back to where we were, but they need to really think about business continuity planning — and test their plans to make sure they’re solid.” — Dr. Dawn Owens, clinical associate professor of information systems


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The Dallas Morning News: Texas College Student Flies Home from California To Cast His Ballot as Voter Turnout Surges

October 20, 2020

“The main question is, how much of this is cannibalized voting — people who are voting now but would have voted on Election Day?” — Dr. Thomas Gray, assistant professor of political science


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KDFW Fox 4: Twitter Imposes New Election Limits

October 12, 2020

“The one thing social media needs to do is teach people how to use it. And media literacy is the key to fighting the truth war online.” — Dr. Janet Johnson, lecturer


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CNBC: Walmart Signs Trio of Drone Deals As It Races To Play Catch-Up with Amazon

October 5, 2020

“It is not as much about a cost savings idea. It’s about a demand expansion idea.” — Dr. Vijay Mookerjee, the Charles and Nancy Davidson Chair in Information Systems


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Good Morning Texas: A New Healthcare World

October 5, 2020

“We’ve learned that we can function and exist in a digital world, and we’re learning that we can care, and detect, and provide in a new and different way.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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The Dallas Morning News: Student Reflects on Life Inside an Isolation Pod after Contracting the Coronavirus

October 4, 2020

“It is a compounding issue and isolation really exacerbates all of it … Self care is the most important thing right now.” — Dr. Denise Paquette Boots, professor of public policy and political economy


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KDFW Fox 4: Report Warns of Increasing Threat of Violence from Extremists in North Texas

October 2, 2020

“It is obviously a serious issue and a subject of real concern, but I would also caution against overreacting to it or reading too much into it.” — Dr. Thomas Gray, assistant professor of political science


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KDFW Fox 4: Healthcare Expert Discusses COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Progress

September 22, 2020

“It really is an inspiring effort to see health care providers collaborate and coordinate like never before.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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NTX Inno: UT Dallas Researcher Talks About the Future of Drone Delivery Networks

September 22, 2020

“I think customers are putting, for valid reasons, a lot of value on delivery safety during these times, in addition to delivery speed.” — Dr. Milind Dawande, professor of operations management


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KDFW Fox 4: Expert Questions Dallas Police Overtime Usage

September 21, 2020

“The city has provided a breakdown of where the officers were assigned — when they were earning that overtime — but it doesn’t pay any attention to what they were doing.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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The Texas Tribune: August Unemployment Rate in Texas Drops to 6.8%

September 18, 2020

“It’s possible we could have bad financial situations and many more businesses collapsing even on the route we’re going now, just because businesses aren’t able to operate the way they were before and they’re not getting the same support.” — Dr. Seth Giertz, associate professor of economics


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D Magazine: We’re Now Closer To Quantifying Just How Bad Our Air Is

September 18, 2020

“The particles are like a Trojan horse for getting into our brains. I don’t think any of us want that.” — Dr. David Lary, professor of physics


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Spectrum News: Are Drones the Inevitable Future for Receiving Retail Packages?

September 17, 2020

“I feel that businesses need to play their cards right here, and convince the community that the upsides will outweigh the downsides.” — Dr. Milind Dawande, professor of operations management


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Dallas Business Journal: The State of the MBA in North Texas

September 12, 2020

“… I think our leadership was futuristic about 10 years ago when they looked at what we were offering. They knew that MBA students were not going to be happy with just an MBA anymore.” — Lisa Shatz, assistant dean for MBA programs in the Naveen Jindal School of Management


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Good Morning Texas: Finding Jobs During a Pandemic

September 9, 2020

“Right now during the pandemic the tendency for most students and people is to kind of wait things out to see what is working and what is not, and wait until the pandemic get over. That’s the mistake that a lot of folks are making.” — Tom Kim, director of the Career Management Center in the Naveen Jindal School of Management


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CBS 11 (KTVT-TV): How Much About Your Child Are North Texas School Districts Sharing Online?

September 8, 2020

“I don’t see the benefit of sharing this, so why take the risk?” — Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu, professor of computer science


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KDFW Fox 4: Amazon Delivery Drones Could Be a Reality This Holiday Season

September 7, 2020

“The shopping season is pretty clearly important because that’s when people make impulse purchases, and drone delivery is perfect for impulse purchases and quick gratification.” — Dr. Vijay Mookerjee, Charles and Nancy Davidson Chair in Information Systems


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Good Morning Texas: Being Social While Being Safe in College

September 4, 2020

“I’m actually pretty optimistic that this year college will be a stable part of the experience for students.” — Dr. Jessica Murphy, Mary McDermott Cook Chair for Undergraduate Education


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KDFW Fox 4: Looking For Work? These Industries Are Hiring

September 3, 2020

“We’re working with our UT Dallas students every day and we’re building their professional knowledge on how to get hired by these companies.” — Tom Kim, director of the Career Management Center in the Naveen Jindal School of Management


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KDFW Fox 4: Expert Weighs In On Dallas County’s Lowered COVID-19 Risk Level

September 3, 2020

“One of the things to keep in mind is the reason we’ve seen the decreases we’ve seen is because we’ve all been diligent.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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KDFW Fox 4: Computer Expert Offers Tips for Working or Learning From Home

August 26, 2020

“The internet that we get from the ISP — the internet service provider — to home is then being shared among all the devices that we have at home.” — Dr. Ravi Prakash, professor of computer science


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WFAA: Improve Your Internet Connectivity

August 24, 2020

“In those cases where our WiFi router is not covering the entire household, we can use additional devices called WiFi expanders.” — Dr. Kamil Sarac, director of cyber security education programs


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KDFW Fox 4: COVID-19 Case Reporting Errors Lead to Confusion

August 18, 2020

“The No. 1 challenge is that the counties weren’t able to do contact tracing on these cases.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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The Dallas Morning News: Researchers Find Opportunities Amid the Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic

August 13, 2020

“We are exploring ways that we could make it possible to do a playful activity between the experimenter and the child online.” — Dr. Candice Mills, associate professor of psychology


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The Dallas Morning News: Researchers Find Opportunities Amid the Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic

August 13, 2020

“We encouraged older adults in our group to use more online tools to safely connect not only to us, but also to others, such as their friends and families.” — Dr. Chandramallika Basak, associate professor of cognition and neuroscience


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KHOU 11: Texas COVID Hospitalizations Drop to Lowest Levels Since Early July

August 10, 2020

“One of the most critical measures of the ferocity of the COVID virus is the use of intensive care unit beds.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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KERA News: How Collin County’s Growing Diversity May Have Shaped The El Paso Walmart Shooting Suspect

August 3, 2020

“But it’s no different in many ways from anywhere else in the country where we don’t know the history of racism and white supremacy where we live. We need to start there.” — Dr. Salena Brody, senior lecturer


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Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Texans Can Shop Tax-Free This Weekend Despite COVID-19

August 3, 2020

“I think people will use the tax free weekend to stock up on school supplies, children’s clothes. However, some of this shopping will shift to online due to COVID-19.” — Dr. Daniel Rajaratnam, clinical professor of marketing


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KDFW Fox 4: UTD Researchers Continue To Collect and Share COVID-19 Data

August 3, 2020

“The important point is to continue to be diligent with masking and social distancing, especially as we try and venture out of our homes.” — Dr. Tim Bray, director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): More Autonomous Semi-Trucks Hitting North Texas Roads

July 30, 2020

“Autonomous trucks can work today, but for cars, it’s a different story.” — Dr. Gopal Gupta, professor of computer science and Erik Jonsson Chair


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The Dallas Morning News: Dallas’ Rick Brettell Dies at 71

July 24, 2020

“Just by his unquestioned eminence in the intellectual, cultural world, as a faculty member at UTD, he raised our image locally and worldwide.” — Dr. Hobson Wildenthal, UT Dallas Distinguished Scholar in Residence


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The New York Times: Before the A.D.A., There Was Section 504

July 23, 2020

“So instead of trying to fix the person. We’re trying to fix the environment to make it more inclusive.” — Dr. Richard Scotch, professor of sociology


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): Dallas Mayor Announces New Fund to Help Reduce Crime

July 22, 2020

“I look at this as a GoFundMe page. This is an investment in the city, its places and its people.” — Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of criminology


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The Texas Tribune: Coronavirus in Texas

July 20, 2020

“Healthcare professionals will need to be vigilant in monitoring the time it takes from diagnosis in the emergency room to treatment and admission into the ICU bed.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


Community Impact Newspaper: UT Dallas Scientists Caution Against Potential Long-Term Neurological Effects of COVID-19

July 16, 2020

“These kinds of things often lead people to have fairly debilitating and lasting symptoms after they so-called ‘recover,’” he said. “But the truth is, in many ways, they don’t ever really recover.” — Dr. Ted Price BS’97, Eugene McDermott Professor of neuroscience


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The Dallas Morning News: Why Pile On International Students? They’re Building Up UTD, UTA and Dallas-Fort Worth

July 12, 2020

“They truly make us a better place because we’re able to attract the best and brightest from all over.” — Dr. Juan González, dean of graduate education


KDFW Fox 4: Experts say ‘Doomscrolling’ Can Cause Anxiety, Depression

July 6, 2020

“Social media channels can learn your behavior so if you tend to seek out the same kind of information, your social media channels will start feeding you more of that negativity and fake news.” — Dr. Janet Johnson, lecturer


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The Dallas Morning News: UT Dallas Named One of the Best Colleges in the Country for LGBTQ Students

July 6, 2020

“It truly takes our whole community, and we are so appreciative of the continuous efforts of our entire campus to make sure all LGBTQ+ students feel affirmed.” — Matt Winser-Johns, assistant director for LGBT+ programs


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Community Impact Newspaper: UT Dallas Recognized As One of Nation’s Leading Universities for LGBTQ+ Students

June 25, 2020

“We wanted to not only voice support for LGBTQ+ community but to make [the community] very visible.” — Matt Winser-Johns, assistant director for LGBT+ programs


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KRLD-AM: Local Model Predicts Additional Surge In COVID-19 Cases

June 22, 2020

“Whether or not it’s the second or third wave, the bigger question is will we continue to see infection? And the answer is absolutely, unequivocally yes, but we’re gathering data.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management


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The Dallas Morning News: Coalition Lists 10 Demands To Transform Dallas and Slow Police Brutality. How Will City Hall Respond?

June 20, 2020

“Some things make sense. Some things are probably going to be nonstarters. And some things have already been started and implemented.” — Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of criminology


WIRED: How to Spot Phony Images and Online Propaganda

June 17, 2020

“In the 1940s, there were very few institutions that could actually produce high quality images. You had to have a lot of money behind you.” — Dr. Monica Rankin, director of the Center for U.S.-Latin America Initiatives


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WIRED: How to Spot Phony Images and Online Propaganda

June 17, 2020

“In the future, we will have phones that have special hardware that signs the image as we take it, and it will create a provenance chain.” — Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu, professor of computer science


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WFAA: Defunding the Dallas Police Department May Mean Fewer Officers in City with Rising Crime

June 15, 2020

“Maybe re-imagining what they look like and the features by which they patrol and police, that’s obviously on the table and something we should be having a conversation about.” — Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of criminology


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Community Impact Newspaper: UT Dallas Historian Explains Why Floyd Killing Was a Turning Point

June 12, 2020

“The struggles we are seeing today are bound up with the longer history of the black freedom struggle since the Civil War.” — Dr. Anne Gray Fischer, assistant professor of history


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Huffington Post: The Real, Tragic Story Behind That ‘Roof Korean’ Meme You May Have Seen

June 11, 2020

“Asian American success was held up and used as a racial weapon against African American claims of systemic racism — essentially saying, if Asian Americans can do it without complaining, why can’t you?” — Dr. Wendy Sung, assistant professor


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KDFW Fox 4: DPD Announces New ‘Duty to Intervene’ Policy for Officers

June 5, 2020

“The 21st policing model is about trust and legitimacy, and trust and legitimacy go both ways.” — Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of criminology


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Community Impact Newspaper: Experts Explain the Rise of Telemedicine

June 3, 2020

“The biggest thing that has been suppressing telemedicine all along has been the fact that, up until recently with this COVID thing, physicians were not getting paid the same as an in-person visit.” — Dr. Alex Edsel, senior lecturer


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Yahoo!: Why Addressing Neurodiversity Communication Barriers at Work Is a Two-Way Street

June 2, 2020

“Most studies attempting to understand social disability in autism focus exclusively on individual characteristics.” — Dr. Noah Sasson, associate professor


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NBC 5 (KXAS-TV): Service Delivery Robots Helping People Social Distance in Frisco

May 27, 2020

“Robots and autonomous system can help in many ways. We are replicating ourselves in these machines.” — Dr. Yonas Tadesse, associate professor of mechanical engineering


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Community Impact Newspaper: UT Dallas Expert Says Primary Care Industry Poised for Seismic Shift Post-Coronavirus

May 26, 2020

“You’re going to see more attentiveness to what the demands are of the community.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management