October 10, 2015


Writers Explore Evidence for Incarceration Reform

ISSUES Fall 2015 magazine coverOct. 12, 2015Issues in Science and Technology includes articles that explain the failure of current policies, the unintended effects on minority communities and the need to better manage the transition of former prisoners back into their communities. read more

Research Fellowship Inspires Undergraduates

Green Fellows researchOct. 9, 2015Through the Green Fellows Program, students majoring in science, math or engineering experience immersive research at UT Southwestern Medical Center for an entire semester. read more

Awards Help Bring Scientists' Creativity to Life

Dr. Yonas TadesseOct. 9, 2015Dr. Yonas Tadesse and Dr. Majid Minary of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science will receive up to $170,000 a year in funding through the Young Investigator Program. read more

Sancar Is UT Dallas' First Nobel Laureate Alumnus

Dr. Aziz SancarOct. 7, 2015Dr. Aziz Sancar, who earned his PhD in molecular and cell biology from UT Dallas in 1977, is one of three scientists who received the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. read more

Why Add Art to STEM? ATEC Lecturer Will Explain

John MaedaOct. 8, 2015Designer and computer scientist John Maeda will make a case for why the STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math — could benefit from adding an art component as part of the ATEC Distinguished Lecture Series on Oct. 15. read more

Electrical Engineering Department Gets New Leader

Dr. Lawrence OverzetOct. 7, 2015Dr. Lawrence Overzet, who helped shape the department when he joined the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science in 1988, hopes to increase the department's standing in national rankings. read more

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