The Office of Research would like to recognize the legacy of Margaret McDermott and her contributions to UT Dallas and the community. “Margaret Milam McDermott, whose philanthropic gifts made historic impacts on the educational and arts institutions of her native city of Dallas, has died at the age of 106. As the pre-eminent private benefactor …read more
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The Office of Research is pleased to announce Profiles, a new faculty profiling tool. Profiles provides new options for updating and maintaining university-wide content. Data feeds are now available for school and university websites. Providing external visibility and access to leading research experts, this platform promotes knowledge sharing and networking among leading academic experts, industry, and …read more
Deadline for proposal submission: March 9, 2018 In an effort to promote collaboration, the Office of the Provost at The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) is supporting the development and implementation of workshops that bring together faculty and students from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW) and UT Dallas. Proposals for …read more
The Derive Art Exhibit ‘Like a Tornado Touching Down, The Dream is Connected to the Dreamer’ opened last week in the Administration Building (AD). According to his faculty page, curator Dr. Greg Metz’s research aims to use “creative intervention to create positive change in my community”. Artwork installations from Derive Art bring research to working …read more
On September 13th, 2017, UT Dallas welcomed Olympus representatives to the opening of the Olympus Discovery Center, a collaborative effort to provide an imaging core of state-of-the-art instruments and technology. Created for both researchers on campus and external users to advance microscopy systems, this facility supports research in biological and interdisciplinary sciences, including hands-on training …read more
Dr. Nadine Connell and her team are dedicated to creating a safe space for adolescents and helping them succeed. As a result, Mentor MAPS was created to use an online platform that pairs at-risk high schoolers with UTD student mentors who will help prepare them for academic and personal success.