Alumni, students and friends of the School of Urban and Public Affairs are invited to participate in a bus tour of Arlington and Fort Worth.
Dr. Paul Geisel, Professor Emeritus, will serve as tour guide in what is hailed as the School’s inaugural bus tour. The theme of the tour is, “Transitions – Past, Present, and Future – Tour of Arlington & Fort Worth.”
According to the UT Arlington Alumni Association website, Geisel was chosen to host the tour because of his extensive knowledge of the cultures of established neighborhoods in Arlington and Fort Worth. During the tour, he will discuss transitions that have, are, or will take place in these cities.
The tour is limited to 50 participants. To register or to learn more about the location, time, and cost, visit www.utaalumni.org/supabus.
According to Brian Guenzel, Director of the Institute of Urban Studies, wealth is “one of the strongest social determinants for predicting health outcomes.”
In a story by Leslie Barker, staff writer for The Dallas Morning News, Guenzel discusses the role of wealth indicators in determining the health of cities.
The story, titled “With its trails, air quality, accessibility to grocery stores, Colleyville ranks high in health,” focuses on the City of Colleyville, Texas.
According to the article, “Colleyville also has the distinction — taking into account such factors as fitness facilities and grocery stores per capita, miles of trails, air quality, lifetime cancer risk — of being named Healthiest Neighborhood through data analyzed by The Dallas Morning News.”
The full article can be accessed at Neighborsgo, a weekly community newspaper published by The Dallas Morning News.