Ashley interned at the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education & Tolerance (part of a partnership between the museum and the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies). During the internship, she worked on cataloging artifacts in the collections of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann.
The Office of Undergraduate Education and The Office of Graduate Studies present Research Week
. Research Week is a celebration of student research across UT Dallas with events during April 12-20...Read More.
Siddiqui receives funding for his research on the nature of the ceramic biomaterial zirconia, which is being used in a number of dental applications, including implants. He is exploring how bacteria adhesion and mechanical loading influence degradation of zirconia surfaces.
Congratulations to Katherine for receiving an Eli Lilly/WCC Travel Award. She is one of 10 national winners of this award. She is presenting a poster on her work in solid state chemistry as a member of Dr. Julia Chan's lab.
Congratulations to Jazzmyn Wilson, 2017 Albert Schweitzer Fellow! As a Fellow, she will partner with community organizations to educate South Dallas youth on how to eat wisely while living in a food desert. She is one of UT Dallas' first representatives in this prestigious program.
UTDallas is piloting a new Comet Cruiser route to serve students, faculty, and staff traveling to and from the UT Dallas Richardson campus and points at/near UT Southwestern medical district. Read More
Providing your form to Ms. Jackson is the fastest way to get Dean Underwood’s signature. Read More
Dr. 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