Colleges in Richardson, Texas

Study Explores How Changes in Healthy Brain Structure Affect Cognition

UT Dallas researchers used diffusion tensor imaging, which indicates the directionality of water diffusion in the brain, to examine how white matter connections lose...

Jindal School Researchers Examine COVID-19 Impact on Manufacturing

A study from UT Dallas researchers found that many manufacturers repurposed their production to medical supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers at The University of...

New Endowed Chair Puts Ackerman Center in Elite Seat for Holocaust...

A major gift to the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at The University of Texas at Dallas has created its fifth endowed chair, propelling...

EPPS Adds Experts To Meet Expanding Demand in Disciplines

Four new tenure-track faculty members have joined the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences (EPPS) at The University of Texas at Dallas this...

New Student Government Leaders Push for Ways To Improve Racial Equity

Students at The University of Texas at Dallas for the first time have elected women of color to serve as their president and vice...

New Hires Help Arts and Humanities Sharpen, Showcase Students’ Talents

Teaching visual and performing arts in a virtual way is challenging at best, but despite the obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the School...

UT Dallas Takes Action on Living Our Values Task Force Recommendations

The University of Texas at Dallas will create a new academic minor, enhance faculty and staff training, develop a campus police oversight committee and...

Engineer Investigates Use of Navy Ships for Emergency Power

Dr. Jie Zhang received a Young Investigator Award from the Office of Naval Research to develop technology for Navy ships to serve as mobile...

UT Dallas Rises in U.S. News Best Colleges Rankings

U.S. News & World Report ranks The University of Texas at Dallas as the third-best value among public schools in Texas, and in the...

ATEC Focuses on Strengthening Connections with Students This Fall

The School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) at The University of Texas at Dallas is beginning the new academic year with optimism...

NIH Fellow Traces Long Path to New Imaging Agents

Doctoral student Mónica Rivas transfers solvent to a flask for use in an inert-atmosphere reaction in the lab of Dr. Vladimir Gevorgyan. Rivas received...

Student Looks To Further His Mastery of Languages with Boren Scholarship

Vladyslav Wallace Vladyslav Wallace, a global business and international political economy senior at The University of Texas at Dallas, had a head start in mastering...

Thermal Imaging Enhances Engineers’ Understanding of Breast Tumors

Adolfo Lozano PhD’20 works on a proof-of-concept computer model of the thermal properties of breast cancer. He and other UT Dallas researchers aim to...

BBS Restructures Academic Areas, Bolsters Faculty Roster To Boost Visibility

With his first full academic year at The University of Texas at Dallas in the books, the dean of the School of Behavioral and...

Longtime Literature Professor, Noted Poet Begins Next Chapter with Retirement

University of Texas at Dallas professor Dr. Frederick Turner, who over the past 50 years has won numerous literary awards, published dozens of books,...

Team’s Flexible Micro LEDs May Reshape Future of Wearable Technology

The flexible micro LEDs can be twisted (on left) or folded (on the right). The LEDs, which can be peeled off and stuck to...

Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, Holocaust Studies Program Founder, To Retire

Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, shown after last year’s Burton C. Einspruch Holocaust Lecture Series, taught European literature and history, worked on translation projects and founded...

Researchers Explore How Retail Drone Delivery May Change Logistics Networks

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas say drone technology has the potential to be a genuine game changer in the retail industry,...

Comets Find Bright Way To Help During Pandemic with Senior Care...

COVID Check-In volunteers prepared to deliver care packages to assisted living community residents. The group includes, from left, Texas Tech University student Amisha Kumar,...

Research Workshop Eases Transition for New Transfer Students

This summer, the Office of Undergraduate Education debuted a program designed to ensure that first-generation and minority transfer students learn about the resources and...

Donations Top $1.1 Million on Extended Comets Giving Day

Student peer advisors took part in Comets Giving Day, which netted more than 2,600 gifts from supporters and raised over $1.1 million to help...
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