An education fund has been established in memory of Vincent A. Anfara Jr., a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, who died last week. Contributions may now be made to the Vincent A. Anfara Jr. Educational Administration Doctoral Student Scholarship Fund.
The Institute of Nuclear Security hosted an International Academic Nuclear Security Roundtable this month. International academic experts from six countries discussed the efforts that their countries are undertaking to promote nuclear security in a number of essential areas. The event was a unique opportunity to engage with nine international academic leaders who are developing or
What if a nuclear bomb were detonated in one of America’s most populated cities? Just as at a crime scene, the officials need to find the culprit. Currently, the process of analyzing weapons debris to understand the performance or design of the device is painstakingly slow. But new research to be conducted at UT seeks
Derek Alderman, head of the Department of Geography, was interviewed by WMRA in Harrisonburg, Virginia about the politics of naming streets for Martin Luther King, Jr. Alderman has written extensively about passions that erupt when local officials consider renaming a street in honor of King. The city in the middle of this debate and the