Assistant Director Jana Leeper and her team of eight graduate advisors assist Jindal School of Management students with course planning, registration, graduation, and other concerns in order to help those students reach their educational and career goals.
Congratulations to Dr. Karen Huxtable-Jester for being named to the UT System Teaching Academy!
The University Honors Graduate Students for Excellence in Research, Teaching. The Office of Graduate Studies Launches New Dissertation Awards Program...Read More
Newest NSF Honorees Share Devotion to Improving Our World. 11 UT Dallas Students, Alumni Receive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships ...Read More
As a NSFGR Fellow, she receives funding for her research on developing smart polymers for biomedical applications, specifically water-responsive liquid crystals elastomers for use as biosensors and cellular scaffolds.
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.
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.
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