The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

NEWS ARCHIVE

2018 ARCHIVE




May 2018

Professors Honored by Students, Benefactors at Investiture Ceremony

Study Suggests Brainwave Link Between Disparate Disorders

Strategic Training May Cut Symptoms of Depression Post-Brain Injury

Research Gives Second Look to Facial Recognition Decisions

Annual Poster Contest Showcases Year's Best Undergraduate Research

Professor's Processor May End Silence for Those Without a Voice

Study Suggests Ties Between Socioeconomic Status and Adult Brain

Construction, Infrastructure Planning on Tap During Summer

Investing in People: Scholars Pay Tribute to Margaret McDermott

University Set for Record Spring Commencement

April 2018

Student Starts National Group for Aspiring Audiologists with Hearing Loss

Subjective Memory May Play Role in Signaling Cognitive Decline

Fellowship Recipient's Work, Play Are Both Hard-Hitting

UT Dallas Rises in Forbes' Rankings of Best Value Colleges in U.S.

Retired Colonel to Help Command New Initiative at Center for BrainHealth

Neuroscientists Use Magnetic Stimulation to Amplify PTSD Therapy

New Student Government Leaders Focus on Sustainability, More Space

Study Shows Children with Hearing Loss Experience More Bullying

Brain Activity Study Offers Potential Insight into Alzheimer's Disease

University to Celebrate Champions of Diversity

Not a Trivial Pursuit: Comet Quiz Bowl Team Preps for First Nationals Appearance in 20 Years

For Undergrad, Alternative Spring Break Project Hits Close to Home

March 2018

University Community Prepares for Second Annual Comets Giving Day

The Meadows Foundation to Receive Callier Center Honor

Grad Student Balances Endurance Racing with Audiology Course Load

Study: Vagus Nerve Stimulation Boosts Post-Stroke Motor Skill Recovery

Study: Pain's Origins May Be Significantly Different in Males and Females

February 2018

Update on DACA from Chancellor McRaven

Transfer Students Learn the Ropes Through Peer Mentor Program

Study Offers More Food for Thought on Kids' Eating Habits, Emotions

MLK's Legacy Honored with Call to Service

New Living Learning Community Caters to First-Generation Students

Brain Study: Amygdala May Play Bigger Role in Facial Recognition

Peace Corps Prep Program Helps Students Fulfill Their Global Ambitions

More than 1,500 Students Earn Spots on Fall Dean's List

Alumni, Students Rejoice, Reflect at University Ring Ceremony

January 2018

UT Dallas Magazine: Artists, Scientists Blur the Lines

Researchers Devise Decoy Molecule to Block Pain Where It Starts