August 28, 2015
Aug. 28, 2015Mason Leach, Zach Luther, Faith Rowe, David Stoner and Michael Streitwieser competed against some of the nation’s top engineering programs with a project they completed as part of the UTDesign program. read more
Aug. 28, 2015Volunteers, including peer advisors, members of Greek life and Student Government, as well as faculty and staff, helped the newest Comets settle in at the University over three days last week. read more
Aug. 27, 2015Dr. Nasser Kehtarnavaz's innovative spirit and career track record of preparing students have earned him the Professional Leadership Award given by the national unit of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. read more
Aug. 27, 2015Architecture professor Philip Beesley will discuss new models of immersive design and artist-writer Meredith Tromble will talk about her interactive 3-D art in the Ad Astra Lecture Series. read more
Aug. 26, 2015Several UT Dallas faculty are going beyond their contributions in the classroom, making planned gifts to benefit students, centers, research and academics at the University. read more
Aug. 26, 2015A change in University leadership and research that went to new lengths helped shape the news at UT Dallas over the summer. So as the first week of the fall semester starts, here are some of the stories you may have missed since spring. read more
UT Dallas to Test Campus Warning Siren System Sept. 2
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"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,
"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
"You can talk about humanoid robots in the future which have super-stretchy arms to manipulate or exoskeletons that a soldier could wear in the battlefield and have benefits of super reach."
Dr. Ray Baughman,
Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry
Highlights of On-Campus Happenings for the Week