April 18, 2014
April 18, 2014UT Dallas cybersecurity expert Dr. Zhiqiang Lin has received funding from the U.S. Air Force to develop a defense framework that burrows deep into a computer system to protect its core. read more
April 18, 2014Two researchers in the University’s Center for BrainHealth have been awarded a nearly $700,000 grant to study a common complaint among many multiple sclerosis sufferers — difficulty understanding spoken language. read more
April 17, 2014UT Dallas students are helping launch a program to fire up interest in the STEM fields among area K-12 students. STEMfire aims to nurture a pipeline of young students and prepares them for college and careers at technology corporations. read more
April 15, 2014Six student workers at UT Dallas have been recognized by their supervisors for their professionalism, work ethic and performance as part of National Student Employment Week. read more
April 16, 2014The Jindal School is hosting an art event with a business twist. Artistic Impressions of Management on April 26 will feature a gallery of special exhibits to raise funds to provide contemporary art for the school’s $25 million, 108,000-square-foot expansion. read more
April 17, 2014From learning gardening skills and biking around campus to celebrating Earth Day and cleaning up around town, UT Dallas student organizations and offices will be focused on all things green during Earth Week, April 21-25. read more
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- In Print & On Air
“Certain parts of the brain can also communicate like the way people in a neighborhood might interact with each other: They’re friendly and talkative to some, while less social with others."
Dr. Gagan Wig,
assistant professor at UT Dallas' Center for Vital Longevity
— The Dallas Morning News
"What it does is not only does it fix the vulnerability, but it actually sets a trap for anyone who might be seeking to exploit it — to steal these passwords or secret information."
Dr. Kevin Hamlen,
associate professor of computer science
— Nightcap TV
"Our artificial muscles can generate about 100 times the amount of mechanical power that a natural muscle can generate."
Dr. Ray H. Baughman,
director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute
"Trying to secure a base from guns is a very, very difficult proposition at best — probably impossible."
Dr. Robert Taylor,
program head for Public Affairs
— The Associated Press
"We know plenty of research that suggests once you legalize marijuana, alcohol sales go down and that could be for the fact that there is less involvement with the criminal market and so forth or the side effects of the drug itself and there is just no involvement with crime."
Dr. Robert Morris,
associate professor of criminology
— Nightcap TV
Highlights of On-Campus Happenings for the Week