By Bruce West, Korosh Mahmoodi, and Paolo Grigolini
Three authors with UNT connections use mathematical models to challenge "either/or" thinking in favor of "both/and" thinking.
"Critical thinking that seems to belong to physics, the origin of cognition that seems to belong to psychology, and the social organization that seems to belong to political science and sociology are actually the key words of a single challenging issue that is not yet settled," he says.
The other writers are Korosh Mahmoodi ('14 M.S., '18 Ph.D.) and Bruce J. West, former head of UNT's Department of Physics and now a senior scientist at the Army Research Office. Rohhisha Tuladhar ('19 Ph.D.) also contributed to the book.
By Guy Chet
The history professor challenges the conventional narrative of the colonists' Americanization. He presents the Atlantic as a bridge (rather than a barrier) between England and its colonies.
By Andrea Miller, co-author
The new dean of the Mayborn School of Journalism explores the coverage of crises communications from both journalism and public relations perspectives through case studies of weather disasters, disease outbreaks and school shootings.