October 30, 2014


Coping with the Challenges of Success

President David DanielOct. 27, 2014UT Dallas is scaling up to compete effectively among the best public universities in America. The University has expanded infrastructure and added study areas throughout campus in response to enrollment growth this fall. read more

Criminologists Try to Determine Who Will Be a Killer

Stephanie CardwellOct. 17, 2014Predicting which people will commit murder is extremely difficult, according to a new study by criminologists at The University of Texas at Dallas. According to the study, the similarities outweigh the differences between the two groups. read more

ATEC Team Creates Video Games for Perot Museum

Perot GamesOct. 30, 2014Feral hogs are destroying farms, colonies of bees are disappearing and asteroids are on a collision course with Earth. But there’s hope: You can help solve these problems by playing new video games developed by UT Dallas students. read more

McDermott Scholar Starts Nonprofit to Help Youths

Rebecca TjahjaOct. 30, 2014Rebecca Tjahja turned a small volunteer opportunity into a full-scale nonprofit organization. The McDermott Scholar combined her passion for helping children and interest in business and founded Truly Absolute. read more

ATEC Building Is Ideal Habitat for Producing 'Sticky'

StickyOct. 29, 2014Sticky is the brainchild of 32 undergraduate and graduate students who spent two semesters planning, drafting, building and editing the short film in the Edith O'Donnell Arts and Technology Building. read more

Cybersecurity Institute to Mark 10th Anniversary

Dr. Bhavani ThuraisinghamOct. 29, 2014On Thursday, the Cyber Security Research and Education Institute at UT Dallas will celebrate 10 years of education and research with a lecture, open house and a screening of the documentary Codebreaker. read more

Festival Adds Blossoming Sculptures to Backdrop

Kika ShibataOct. 28, 2014From Wednesday to Sunday, the UT Dallas Asia Center will celebrate the chrysanthemum flower with a festival commonly known as Kiku Matsuri. A lecture on China and England, and a jazz concert also take center stage on campus this week. read more

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