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Partners Provide Food To Help RISD Families Get Through the Weekend

Richardson ISD will be able to provide families with a box of provisions for the weekend through partnerships with Network of Community Ministries, Café...

Accolade: Jindal School Professor Named Decision Sciences Institute Fellow

Accolades is an occasional News Center feature that highlights recent accomplishments of The University of Texas at Dallas faculty and students. To submit items...

UT Dallas Donates Protective Medical Gear to Parkland in COVID-19 Response

Office of Research staff members Steve Lucas (left) and Tyler Tornblom load personal protective equipment donated by University faculty members and lab staff. The...

A Message from President Benson: Being a Comet in This Moment

To the students of UT Dallas, I am writing to share a few thoughts about what it is like to be a Comet in this...

Graduate Programs Ranked Among Best in Country by U.S. News &...

U.S. News & World Report has recognized The University of Texas at Dallas’ graduate school programs in audiology, speech-language pathology and accounting as among...

Team Creates Shape-Changing Material That Pushes Biological Boundaries

Study lead author Laura Rivera Tarazona, a biomedical engineering doctoral student, worked with Dr. Taylor Ware (left) and Dr. Zachary Campbell on her research...

Regental Professor Will Receive American Association of Geographers Award

Dr. Brian Berry Dr. Brian Berry, one of the pioneers of modern geography who is credited with changing the course of his discipline, has been...

Jonsson School Dean Shares Vision for Industry’s Role in Educating Future...

Dr. Stephanie G. Adams, dean of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, advocated for industry to become more involved in educating...

COVID-19 Update: President Benson Announces Changes to UT Dallas Operations

Members of the UT Dallas community: After discussions with campus leadership and public health authorities, I am announcing changes to our University schedule and operations for...

RISD School Times — March 5, 2020

RISD School Times — March 5, 2020Superior Teaching Achievement in RISD SchoolsCongratulations to the teachers who were surprised at their schools last week with the news that they...

University Launches Chapter of Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi

Top UT Dallas students from all engineering disciplines were initiated into Texas Xi, the University’s new chapter of the engineering honor society Tau Beta...

New ATEC Art Project Brings Richardson’s High-Tech Heritage to Light

A new sculpture project created by faculty, students and some alumni from The University of Texas at Dallas will be unveiled March 7 at...

Black History Month Celebrations Showcase Students, End with Big Finale

From the kickoff celebration at the beginning of February to The Big Dinner at the end, The University of Texas at Dallas’ Black History...

Study: Cough That Spreads Tuberculosis Has Pain-Linked Trigger

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which causes TB, produces a fatty acid called sulfolipid-1 that triggers a pain-response cough to spread the disease, according to a study...

RISD School Times — February 27, 2020

RISD School Times — February 27, 2020Four RISD Seniors Named National Merit FinalistsThree Richardson High School seniors and one student from Berkner STEM Academy have been named...

Computer Scientist Develops the Art of Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Kang Zhang It took years for Pablo Picasso to perfect his style. Now, a University of Texas at Dallas computer science professor is developing...

NIH Grant Enables Chemist To Unwrap DNA Mysteries

Dr. Sheena D’Arcy Every cell in the human body contains the same genetic instructions for making and maintaining an individual. What differs across cell types...

Computer Scientists’ New Tool Fools Hackers into Sharing Keys for Better...

Instead of blocking hackers, a new cybersecurity defense approach developed by University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists actually welcomes them. The method, called DEEP-Dig...

Longtime Chemistry Professor, Student Engineering Group Receive Honors

Accolades is an occasional News Center feature that highlights recent accomplishments of The University of Texas at Dallas faculty and students. To submit items...

Scientists Receive CPRIT Grants for Lung, Kidney Cancer Research

With a new CPRIT grant, Dr. Jie Zheng, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, will focus on developing a material, based on gold nanoparticles, that...

Photos: Explore Engineering Day Sparks Young Students’ Interest

More than 2,000 school-age children and their parents attended hands-on workshops, lab tours and tech talks at this year’s annual Explore Engineering Day at...
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