Thursday,
October 19, 2017

Thursday,
October 19, 2017

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University Launches Future Comets Program

Future CometsOct. 19, 2017The program, which includes on-campus activities in math enrichment and leadership development, is preparing students from underserved communities to become Comets before they even enter high school. read more


Bright Students Selected to Join Phi Kappa Phi

Vanshika Poddar Oct. 19, 2017Top UT Dallas students were surprised in their classes recently when they were "tapped" to join Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective collegiate honor society for all disciplines. read more


New Professors Fortify ATEC's Philosophy

Dr. Anne BalsamoOct. 19, 2017The School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication's newest tenure-track professors, Dr. Juan Llamas-Rodriguez and Dr. Hong-An (Ann) Wu, add their expertise to the areas of critical media studies and game studies. read more


Alumni Use ATEC Skills for Award-Winning Game

Oct. 16, 2017Josh Carter BA’12 and Daedra Christopher BA’12, MFA’15, a senior lecturer in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication, recently received an Indie Game Developer of the Year award for their sci-fi game “Solar Purge.” read more


Study Finds Which Searches Click for Car Buyers

Car illustriationOct. 16, 2017Marketing professors analyzed how consumers allocated their time when searching offline and on the internet as they shopped for a new automobile, and what the outcomes were for price satisfaction.  read more


Art Exhibitions Find New Spaces at University

Art showOct. 12, 2017Two collections featuring the works of alumni artists recently opened including “Critical Mass,” the first exhibition at the new 6,000-square-foot visual arts gallery complex. read more


Brain Performance Institute to Celebrate New Home

Brain Performance InstituteOct. 12, 2017The institute will mark its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting Thursday and a public open house on Oct. 19. Executive director Leanne Young PhD’16 says the institute's programs will help improve brain performance at all stages of life. read more

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