School of Arts and Humanities

    • Richard Brettell
    • Richard Brettell
    • "Being at UT Dallas has been continuously stimulating for me. From students with a wide range of ages, cultures and educational backgrounds to an atmosphere of reinvention and creative discourse: What's not to love?"
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    • Enric Madriguera
    • Enric Madriguera
    • "I am honored to be the first holder of this professorship. Russell's commitment to our program goes much deeper than his generous financial support over the years. He always volunteers his time and wisdom, both of which are priceless to us. Russell's creative thinking and managerial prowess have been great assets to the festival and building a world-class guitar series."
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    • Roger F. Malina
    • Roger F. Malina
    • "We face hard problems in society today where we have no choice but for the sciences and the arts and humanities to work together. UT Dallas is taking the lead in creating innovative connections."
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    • Mihai Nadin
    • Mihai Nadin
    • "Instead of becoming the MIT of the Southwest, UT Dallas is affirming a different academic identity: students enthusiastic about original ideas. Exceptional members of the faculty, from all schools, never refusing the chance to interact with my students, make me feel at home, even in hot Dallas. Yes, I am teaching because it gives me a chance to continue learning, and boy, do I learn at UT Dallas."
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    • Zsuzsanna Ozsváth
    • Zsuzsanna Ozsváth
    • "I am deeply grateful to this institution that has helped and encouraged me to explore the issues I am most interested in: the political, intellectual, and cultural circumstances and consequences of the Holocaust, the brutal murder of 6 million Jews. I deeply appreciate that it supports me in my endeavor… to translate into English some of the greatest poetic treasures of German and Hungarian literatures."
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    • David Patterson
    • David Patterson
    • "When I think of my time here at UT Dallas and the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies my overwhelming feeling is one of gratitude. I am especially grateful to Provost Hobson Wildenthal and my colleague, Zsuzsanna Ozsvath. I shall strive to merit the kindness and the confidence they have shown me."
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