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Biochemistry student Tayden Nguyen helped hand-sow milkweeds during Monarch Madness as part of Earth Week activities at UT Dallas.
Hundreds of middle and high school students from Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, including Zane Crabtree and Jade Roach, competed at the 2014 Texas BEST Regional Robotics Championship, hosted by UT Dallas.
Approximately 50 children attended a Callier Center for Communication Disorders camp, which marked its 20th year this summer. Graduate students from the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences provided listening and speech-language therapy to the campers.
More than 50 faculty and students from the UT Dallas School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics cultivated budding scientists when they presented dozens of activities for children at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.
Amid cheers, tears and lots of gears, hundreds of middle and high school students competed recently in the 2014 Texas BEST Regional Robotics Championship, sponsored and hosted by UT Dallas.
The second annual Arts and Technology Distinguished Lecture Series came to a close with a talk from Tony and Jonna Mendez, the pair behind the real-life story told in the feature film, Argo.
Feral hogs are destroying local farms, colonies of bees are disappearing and giant asteroids are on a collision course with Earth. But there’s hope: You can help solve these problems by playing the newest video games developed by UT Dallas students.
Researchers from UT Dallas are working with Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support and the Conference on Crimes Against Women in a planning grant to develop an institute and an educational curriculum to better serve victims of domestic violence across Texas.
For some UT Dallas students, spring break is more than just binge-watching television series. Instead, nearly 100 students will be investing in a week of community service projects with nonprofit agencies in 10 locations, from Texas to California.
Drs. Carol Cokely and Linda Thibodeau of the Callier Center for Communication Disorders have collaborated with Dallas Summer Musicals to create the Hear Us Now program for theatergoers with hearing loss.
UT Dallas’ School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences is partnering with the Dallas Independent School District to develop a speech language pathology initiative specifically focused on combating the shortage of SLP professionals in urban schools.