School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

NEWS ARCHIVE

2017 ARCHIVE




April 2017

Contract to Help Speed Up Researchers' Accelerated Learning Project

Business Spinoffs Help Move UT Dallas Research into Marketplace

Accolades: Faculty Earn Research Support, Honors

New Student Success Initiative Focuses on Newcomers, Seeks Name

New Student Government Leaders Aim to Improve Organization

UT Dallas Ranks 1st in U.S. Among Universities Under 50 Years Old

Investiture Ceremony to Honor Faculty, Donors

March 2017

UT Dallas Launches New Giving Day on April 4

Dr. Kern Wildenthal to Receive Callier Care Award at Annual Luncheon

Callier Center Audiologist Fulfills Father's Wish to Help Daughter

UT Dallas President Issues Statement on Sexual Assault Study

Advocates Dig Learning, Teaching Sustainable Practices

Scientists Stress Effects of Cyberbullying, Lurking on Social Media

Scientists Aim to Identify the Neural Signature of Healthy Brain Aging

Cognitive Neuroscientists Connect, Present Findings at Conference

February 2017

Center for BrainHealth Programs to Help 500 Dallas Police Officers

Almost 1,500 Students Earn Spots on Dean's List

Study Shows Gist Reasoning Test May Be More Effective Than Others

UT Dallas Ring Ceremony Comes Full Circle

Princeton Review Ranks UT Dallas as One of Top Colleges That Pay Off

'Selma to Stonewall' to Explore Similarities, Differences of Movements

Study: Social Biases Contribute to Challenges for Those with Autism

McDermott's $10 Million Gift Establishes New Name for Honors College

January 2017

UT Dallas President Issues Statement on Immigration Executive Order

New Building Expands University's Dedication to Students, Services

Center for BrainHealth Series Resumes Feb. 7

New Professor Focuses on Helping Children with Language Disorders

42 Student-Athletes Make ASC Fall All-Academic Teams

Nerve Therapy Study Finds Potential Way to Reduce Drug Cravings

Brain Study Shows Impulsivity May Weigh Down Some Individuals

Scientist Gets Grant for Study of Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries

University Climbs to 32nd in Kiplinger's Best Value College Rankings