September 3, 2015
Sept. 3, 2015Dr. Anastasia Shcherbakova and researchers used the 2011 Fukushima crisis in Japan to evaluate responses of U.S. and European investors to the changing opinion of nuclear power. read more
Sept. 3, 2015Student Ambassadors are a select group of student volunteers, sponsored by the Office of the President, who are called upon to greet guests at University events and connect with alumni and donors who tour the campus. read more
Sept. 2, 2015During the four-day program, volunteers, professionals and organizations helped teach children living in local homeless shelters about math, science and computers, and encouraged them to aim for college. read more
Sept. 2, 2015The UT Dallas-Mexico Summer Research Program immerses junior-level students from participating Mexican universities to active research environments on campus. read more
Aug. 31, 2015In this time of transition, we will be guided by the University's fundamental purposes: to provide an environment where both faculty and students thrive, and to create greater value for our community. read more
Sept. 1, 2015Researchers at Center for BrainHealth found that individuals with amnestic mild cognitive impairment have twice the risk of others in their age group of progressing to Alzheimer’s after identifying a specific variation in their brain waves. read more
UT Dallas to Test Campus Warning Siren System Oct. 7
- Popular Stories
University Dining Increases Food Choices for Campus Community read more
UT Dallas Criminologist Tackles Perception of NFL Players read more
- Moore Returns to Faculty After 26 Years as School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Dean read more
- In Print & On Air
"My suggestion is not to believe in such end-of-the-world messages. America has been collapsing for several hundred years, (starting) with the White House being burned down in 1812. And, of course, China has been collapsing for 5,000 years."
Dr. Mike Peng
professor of organizations, strategy and international management
— U.S. News & World Report
"It is possible that any effects of marijuana may not have been detected because the sample may not be heavy users ... 100 times in a lifetime is not much."
Dr. Francesca Filbey,
— Business Insider
"You get these one or two images and they're terrible events. But those things do not portray an accurate picture of what NFL players are involved in."
Dr. Alex Piquero,
Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology
"Our empirical analysis also supports the notion that increasing average farm sizes within a state makes the problem of overcoming obstacles to collective action more manageable."
Dr. Seth H. Giertz,
associate professor of economics
— U.S. News & World Report
"There's a long period of time that you can go undetected if you're using a child's information."
Dr. Lynne Vieraitis,
associate professor of criminology
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