Sunday,
April 23, 2017

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Bill Nye Challenges Students to Change the World

Bill NyeApril 24, 2017The "Science Guy" stressed the role they can play in ensuring the well-being of the planet before a 1,200-strong crowd at the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building Lecture Hall. read more


Accolades: Faculty Earn Research Support, Honors

UT Dallas logoApril 21, 2017Recent achievements include a professor earning a federal grant to study cognitive aging, a professor tapped as an outstanding alumna and a professor named president of an international academic association. read more


University to Offer New Degree in Philosophy

Dr. Dennis KratzApril 21, 2017Beginning this fall, the School of Arts and Humanities will offer a bachelor’s in philosophy that will include new courses in logic, the history of philosophy, social and political philosophy, and philosophy of art and aesthetics. read more


Criminology Program Ranks No. 5 in Research Work

Dr. Denise Paquette BootsApril 20, 2017A study, which assessed faculty articles published between 2010 and 2014 in top criminology scholarly journals, listed the UT Dallas program fifth in the nation. read more


Musica Nova Concert Kicks Off Spring Arts Festival

Musica Nova ensembleApril 20, 2017UT Dallas’ student ensemble Musica Nova will present “Four Centuries of French Music” to open this spring’s student arts festival at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Jonsson Performance Hall. read more


Study: Safety May Be Compromised for Earnings

Dr. Naim Bugra OzelApril 19, 2017A new study from the Naveen Jindal School of Management finds that managers of U.S. companies facing pressure to meet earnings expectations may risk workers' health and safety. read more

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