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Researchers Develop Smart Apps To Help People with Hearing Loss

Dr. Issa Panahi, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, has led the development of...

Start the New Year Safe, Smart with Spring Semester Guide

UT Dallas’ spring semester will start Tuesday, Jan. 19, and the last day of classes will be Saturday, May 8. With spring classes set to...

A Message from President Benson: We Are Guardians of Democracy

Dear students, faculty and staff: Like Americans everywhere, I am appalled by the events that took place yesterday when a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol...

Center for BrainHealth Joins Global Effort; MPA Program Director Receives Honor

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

UTDesign Students Show Mettle in Winning National Title, Finishing Projects

A UTDesign senior capstone team won a national championship for its design of a tool that improves the assembly of in-car and body cameras....

New Public Affairs Graduate Looks To Grow Community Involvement

For years, Ruba Kuzbari has served the community through volunteer work. At the same time, she supported her physician husband, her young son and...

Researchers Pinpoint More Precise Method for Atomic-Level Manufacturing

Building a silicon-based qubit, or quantum bit, the basic unit of information in a quantum computer, starts with an atomically flat silicon surface (left)...

Chess Team Checks Transatlantic Cup Win Off To-Do List; Next Up?...

UT Dallas chess team coach Julio Catalino Sadorra (right) joined Grandmaster Robert Hess in a Twitch broadcast where they analyzed chess moves and strategies...

Professors Receive Recognition for Highly Cited Research

Each year, Clarivate Analytics Web of Science identifies the world’s most influential and exceptional researchers. The 2020 list of Highly Cited Researchers includes three University of...

New Computer Science Graduate Finds Success Bit by Bit with True...

Itzel Ramirez Tapia has been going through life at 100 miles an hour for as long as she can remember. Itzel Ramirez Tapia holds her...

Big Idea Competition Goes Bigger in Finale, Lifting More Startups

Glaucomedi, which is developing a drainage device to treat glaucoma by reducing eye pressure, captured first place and $25,000 in the Student Pitch Track...

A Ceremony for All Seasons: Virtual Commencement To Honor Entire Class...

Hanna Abuhay, who graduated last spring with a bachelor’s degree in healthcare studies, will be one of the nearly 8,500 members of the Class...

A Message from President Benson: Stay Healthy During Winter Break

Dear students, faculty and staff:, Soon the fall semester will conclude, and the winter break will begin. I know that we are all looking forward...

Couple’s Gift to Center for Values Focuses on Human Side of...

From left: Dr. Matthew Brown, director of the Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology at UT Dallas; Kathy Stone and Dr. Marvin...

Study Outlines What Creates Racial Bias in Facial Recognition Technology

A recent study from two University of Texas at Dallas researchers and their two colleagues outlined the underlying factors that contribute to race-based deficits...

Graduating Student Veteran Has Eye on Helping Others

When he graduates this month from The University of Texas at Dallas, Air Force veteran Jeff Wilson will move to the next phase of...

Simulation Lab Works To Expand Potential of Virtual Instruction

Using technology created in Dr. Marjorie Zielke’s Center for Simulation and Synthetic Humans, virtual professors and teachers — with lifelike abilities to converse and...

Scientist To Delve Deep into Quantum Physics with NSF CAREER Award

Dr. Fan Zhang, associate professor of physics in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at The University of Texas at Dallas, has received...

Study Explores How Telemedicine May Ease ER Overcrowding

Overcrowding in emergency rooms is a costly and concerning global problem, compromising patient care quality and experience. In a new study, a researcher from...

Four Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows for Work in Science, Technology

Four University of Texas at Dallas faculty members have been elected 2020 fellows of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Dr....

ATEC Leaders’ AIDS Quilt Touch Stitches Together Tapestry for Digital Age

Dale MacDonald, associate dean of research and creative technologies in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC), and Dr. Anne Balsamo, dean...
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