It's networking with a cultural twist! All graduate students are invited to attend this multicultural mixer. Free drinks, food, & prizes. Must present photo ID for alcoholic drinks. This event is part of International Week, April 3-7.
Cristen Casey & her staff work to foster connections between people from around the world. For international students, the office hosts and supports thousands of students with programming and events. Domestic students can find information, help, & events supporting study abroad activities.
Liu's paper "Using Machine Learning to Estimate Atmospheric Ambrosia Pollen Concentrations in Tulsa, OK" combines machine learning & regression models to create an improved system for estimating pollen leading to better alerts about air quality critical to people with allergies.
Join the Office of Graduate Studies for a workshop on career planning for graduate students and postdocs. Light refreshments will be provided.
Amanda works with graduate students in their final semester, checking their dissertations and theses for formatting. Assisted now by Josefine Green, this format-checking duo is happy to answer any questions from students about the final steps to completion of their dissertations/theses.
"Higher Education and Police Performance," won the Southwestern Association of Criminal Justice paper award. Hernandez explores police department minimum education requirements impact on the number of sustained citizen complaints regarding excessive use of force.
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