March 6, 2015
March 9, 2015The University continues to make strides in its pursuit of becoming a top research university — from campus enhancements to increased enrollment of high-quality students and the addition of prominent faculty. read more
Feb. 25, 2015Wednesday's appearance of artist and educator John Maeda has been canceled due to weather. Ticket holders may exchange tickets for upcoming lectures in the series. read more
March 5, 2015Marketing junior Kelsey Morrison is used to overcoming challenges. Now, she has taken another large step in her academic career after recently receiving a $1,500 Morris Hite Memorial Scholarship. read more
March 5, 2015As the Comets begin their NCAA postseason march on Saturday, head women’s basketball coach Polly Thomason will have her dad beside her, giving her advice as a volunteer assistant coach. read more
March 4, 2015Engineers with the Texas Analog Center of Excellence at The University of Texas at Dallas have created semiconductor technology that may make night vision and thermal imaging affordable for everyday use. read more
March 4, 2015The 14th Annual Texas Guitar Competition and Festival returns to the UT Dallas campus Thursday through Saturday. The event showcases a wide field of international classical guitarists and awards cash prizes to competition winners. read more
March 3, 2015It's been a banner year for the Comets, who won the American Southwest Conference tournament title on Saturday. Next, they will host Rhodes College in the opening round of the NCAA Division III National Tournament on Friday. read more
UT Dallas to Test Campus Warning Siren System April 1
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UT Dallas To Have Delayed Start Wednesday, Feb. 25 read more
- Inclement Weather, Emergency Closing Procedures at UT Dallas read more
Study Challenges Theory on Unconscious Memory System in the Brain read more
- In Print & On Air
"What attracted me was not just the drama and colorful atmosphere, but also her multidimensional character."
Robert Xavier Rodriguez,
the Endowed Chair in Art and Aesthetic Studies
— Detroit Free Press
"We found that CEOs overstate earnings more in the first three years than in later years, and that this overstatement increases reported [return on assets] by about 25 percent on average."
Dr. Ashiq Ali,
— The Wall Street Journal
"The research I’m trying to do right now is to look at to what extent, when one country pays off, whether they become more of the victims of future hostage-taking than those countries that say we will never negotiate, and they stayed alive."
Dr. Todd Sandler,
the Vibhooti Shukla Professor of Economics and Political Economy
— PBS NewsHour
“Too many times, people find themselves in situations that they’ve never imagined. I want my students to think about it now, so that when it happens, they’ll be forearmed.”
professor of accounting
— The Dallas Morning News
"I develop beautiful technology, but I want to see it made into products. What makes me particularly happy with this particular technology is its wonderful scope in the products that it can enable."
Dr. Ray Baughman,
the Robert A. Welch Distinguished Chair in Chemistry and director of the NanoTech Institute
— The Dallas Morning News
Highlights of On-Campus Happenings for the Week