October 20, 2014
Oct. 20, 2014At UT Dallas, researchers are developing new techniques to aid recovery from stroke. Their efforts recently received a boost from a multimillion-dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health. read more
Oct. 17, 2014Predicting who will commit murder is difficult, according to a study by UT Dallas faculty. Dr. Alex Piquero and fellow researchers found the similarities between people who will commit homicide and those who won't outweigh their differences. read more
Oct. 16, 2014Cumbersome and outdated immigration rules are making it difficult for the United States to attract the people needed to drive an innovative economy, according to the cover report in the fall 2014 edition of Issues in Science and Technology. read more
Oct. 13, 2014While some students pursue internships through the Career Center and their individual schools, others are offered internships by area employers that reach out to the Academic Bridge Program.
Oct. 15, 2014The Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, one of Russia’s leading classical ensembles, will perform a range of classical selections at 8 p.m. Saturday in the lecture hall of the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building. read more
Oct. 15, 2014Retired Lt. Gen. P.K. Carlton Jr. will speak about the health care of soldiers during the Dennis Berman Brain Performance Lecture, an event hosted by the University's Center for BrainHealth through its Brain Performance Institute. read more
UT Dallas to Test Campus Warning Siren System Nov. 5
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"Probably they want to take out as many bodies there as they possibly can until they determine how this young lady contracted the virus."
Dr. Forney Fleming,
director of the Healthcare Management Program at UT Dallas
— Dallas Observer
"It takes away the subjective comments about the link between marijuana laws and crime, so the dialogue can be more in tune with reality."
Dr. Robert Morris,
associate professor of criminology — Bradenton Herald
“It has potential to be effective even if it prevents one or two people traveling into the U.S.”
Dr. Seema Yasmin,
professor in practice
"If you don't get enough sleep and you get in a chronic state of that, you look just like someone that has early onset Alzheimer's."
Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman,
founder and director of the Center for BrainHealth
"I think that, by its nature, the Internet produces a situation in which people experience a diffusion of responsibility."
Dr. Rosanna Guadagno,
associate professor in Emerging Media and Communication
"We know that some changes in memory are problematic and some are not.”
clinical researcher at the Center for BrainHealth
- "Our goal is to be able to identify those markers so that we can pull those students out early to prevent a concussion or significant brain injury down the road.”
Dr. Robert Rennaker,
head of the Department of Bioengineering
Highlights of On-Campus Happenings for the Week