From student-created mobile apps to a Shark Tank-esque business competition, we’ve highlighted a few of UTD’s entrepreneurial programs and events.
After pursuing careers in different fields, two Comet brothers decided to chase their dreams as screenwriters in Tinseltown.
In an age of increased opioid-related addiction and deaths, three UTD scientists are hunting to find new and different solutions to chronic pain relief.
Former UTD athlete Desireé Allen BS’99 is crashing one of the most exclusive clubs in Texas: the high-school football coaching ranks.
On Sept. 7, alumni and distinguished guests celebrated the opening of the Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center, located in the heart of campus.
Doug O’Laughlin BS’16 and Charlie Hannigan BS’16 met as strangers on their first day of hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail. The adventure they would share for over 140 miles tested them physically and mentally — and forged a lifelong friendship.
Sometimes the artist and the scientist are one in the same. The creative processes used in the humanities and science are more alike than different.
In the aftermath of the July 2016 ambush attack on officers in downtown Dallas, new studies and collaborations heighten the focus on modern law enforcement.
Faculty and alumni use the language of math to solve problems in ways expected and unexpected.
Dennis Haley BS’99 and Chris Grider MFA’12 are in different aspects of the wine business — Haley as a sommelier and Grider as a winemaker.
Richard C. Benson is a data-driven problem-solver who loves music and the arts — ideal leadership qualities for our University.
Off-color Sesame Street parody teamed students and life-sized puppets during a spring production.
Aphrodite Vati Mariola BS’97 and family — preparing to open their hotel for the season on the Greek island of Lesvos — quickly responded to a refugee crisis on their shores.
The UT Dallas campus looks nothing like it did years ago. An ambitious project has transformed campus with architecture and landscaping that invites you to stay awhile.
As partner in a fishing expedition enterprise, former schoolteacher Federico Marancenbaum BA’04 sleeps under the stars and fishes in the rivers of his native Bolivia.
Centuries-old hand-colored images are among the treasures to be found in the Belsterling Botanical Collection managed through the Eugene McDermott Library.
A 40-year partnership in science and service began when Gwen Boles Sancar MS’74, PhD’77 and 2015 Nobel laureate Aziz Sancar PhD’77 met in a research lab at UTD.
The key role space sciences and astrophysics in the University’s research enterprise is chronicled with a look at the people and projects that span decades.
The 1963 assassination in Dallas of President John F. Kennedy was a devastating event. Fifty years later, we explore the connection between UT Dallas and the president’s visit.