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Summer Camp Sparks Teenage Girls’ Interest in STEM Careers

August 01, 2014

Twenty Dallas-area teenage girls recently got hands-on experience with nanotechnology, robots, virtual reality, forensics and space science when they visited UT Dallas for a weeklong summer camp. Organized by Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, Richland College and UT Dallas’ Science and Engineering Education Center (SEEC), the SMART Summer College Camp introduced eighth- and ninth-graders to […]

Announcing Publication of Leonardo-MIT Press eBook: Arts and Humanities and Complex Networks

June 20, 2014

The e-book Arts Humanities and Complex Networks captures the excitement of creators and scholars pioneering the application of network science to culture. Beginning in 2010, the AHCN symposia tracked breakthrough moments as network theories, big data, and inventive visualizations triggered new insight in fields ranging from 16th century political history to 21st century art. These papers were presented […]

Professor Kim Knight Published in Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media

May 23, 2014

Assistant Professor Kim Knight has been recently published in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media. This collection of works includes articles from university professors across the United States who are well-versed in the rapidly expanding field of Digital Media.

Welcome New EMAC Faculty Members

May 20, 2014

We are excited to announce new faculty members, Angela M. Lee, Olivia Banner, and Rosanna Guadagno to the Emerging Media and Communication program. Since EMAC began, we have been dedicated to providing our students with areas of study that involve the most recent technologies and topics that occur within a wide range of emerging fields. […]

Computing Everywhere

May 19, 2014

We see computing in our phones, robots, and tablets, but have you ever thought that computing can be found even in static objects like tables and rocks? Computer Science and Arts & Technology professor, Dr. Paul Fishwick explains how he takes abstract concepts of computing and makes them concrete in everyday objects.In the spirit of […]

Spring 2014 Capstone Celebration

May 12, 2014

Join us on Tuesday, May 13 for our Spring 2014 Capstone Celebration! Our students will share their semester-long projects beginning at 7:00 in the Alexander Clark Conference Center Auditorium (CN 1.112). The EMAC program has grown so large that we had to change the structure of the capstone celebration. Graduate and honors undergraduate students will […]

Student Creative Projects Featured in Undergraduate Research Journal

May 07, 2014

Arts and Technology students displayed their creative talents in the newest edition of The Exley, UT Dallas’ undergraduate research journal. Creative projects published in the journal include poetry, game design, comics and an animated film. The Fast and the Fjorious Cara Curley and Kelly Padgett were among the 15 students who created The Fast and the Fjorious, featured in […]

FrightLite to be Screened at Student Filmmakers Association

May 06, 2014

FrightLite, an animated short film created by Arts and Technology animation students and faculty, has been selected for screening at the SMU Student Filmmakers Association Spring Film Festival. The film depicts a boy who grapples to overcome his fear of monsters. The event will take place at the Mockingbird Station Angelika Film Center on Tuesday, May 6 from 7-9 pm. A question-and-answer session will follow the […]