Centers and Institutes

School-Based Centers and Institutes

School of Arts and Humanities
Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies
Asia Center
Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Museums
Center for Translation Studies
Center for Values in Medicine, Science and Technology
Center for U.S.-Latin America Initiatives
Confucius Center
Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History
School of Arts, Technology, And Emerging Communication
Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History
Institute for Research in Anticipatory Systems
School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Callier Center for Communication Disorders
Center for BrainHealth
Center for Children and Families
Center for Vital Longevity
School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Center for Crime and Justice Studies
Center for Global Collective Action
Center for the Study of Texas Politics
Institute of Public Affairs
Institute for Urban Policy Research
Negotiations Center
Texas Schools Project
Education Research Center
Eric Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science
Center for Control Science and Technology
Center for Computer Science Education and Outreach
Center for Robust Speech Systems
Center for Software Testing
Center for Systems Biology
Communication Technology Center
Cyber Security Research and Education Institute
Dallas Institute for Interactive and Spatial Computing
Human Language Technology Research Institute
Institute for Data Analytics
Institute for Intelligent Energy Systems
iPerform: Center for Assistive Technology
Net-Centric Software and Systems Center
Silicon Wafer Engineering and Defect Science Center
Texas Analog Center of Excellence
Texas Biomedical Device Center
Wind-Energy Science, Technology, and Research Industry/University Coperative Research Center
School of Interdisciplinary Studies
Teacher Development Center
Naveen Jindal School of Management
Center and Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics
Center for Analysis of Property Rights and Innovation
Center for Finance Strategy Innovation
Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management
Center for Information Technology and Management
Center for Intelligent Supply Networks
Center for Internal Auditing Excellence
International Accounting Development: Oil and Gas
International Center for Decision and Risk Analysis
Leadership Center
Morris Hite Center
Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance
Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Advanced Imaging Research Center
Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute
Center for Lithosperic Studies
Center for Systems Biology
William B. Hanson Center for Space Studies

University-Wide Centers and Institutes

Applied Research Center
Science and Engineering Education Center

Research News

Study Suggests Link Between Autism, Pain Sensitivity

Dr. Xiaosi Gu New research, led by Dr. Xiaosi Gu, outlines alternations in pain perception faced by people on the autism spectrum and how those changes can affect them in social functions. read more

UTDesign Team Extends Reign at ASME Event

Jamie Gravell and Savannah Mars For the third consecutive year, a UT Dallas mechanical engineering team won the design competition after building a robot to solve a problem posed by corporate sponsor Raytheon. read more

Chemistry Professors Receive Welch Research Grants

Dr. Sheel Dodani Dr. Sheel Dodani and Dr. Gabriele Meloni each earned three-year, $195,000 grants from the Welch Foundation to support research aimed at improving the understanding of cellular function. read more

New Material May Help Cut Costs for Batteries

Dr. Kyeongjae Cho A novel manganese and sodium-ion-based material, developed at UT Dallas, might offer a potentially lower-cost, more ecofriendly option to fuel next-generation devices and electric cars. read more

Bioengineers Increase Versatility of Diabetes Monitor

Diabetes monitor UT Dallas researchers have refined a wearable diagnostic tool that measures three diabetes-related compounds in microscopic amounts of perspiration. read more

Study Links Low Self-Control, Use of Deadly Force

Dr. Jon Maskaly Research conducted by two UT Dallas criminologists found that police officers who exhibit low self-control in their personal lives are more likely to use deadly force on the job. read more

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