On November 4, 2021, the Office of Research and Innovation hosted the 3rd annual New Faculty Research Symposium. This events provides an opportunity for new faculty members to showcase their research in a “three-minute thesis” style forum, while established faculty consider possible intersections of research interests for collaboration.
Bringing science, technology, engineering, and math to middle and high school students is an overarching goal for BEST and a unique outreach opportunity for The University of Texas at Dallas.
On August 22, 2019, the Office of Research hosted the 2nd annual Weeks of Welcome Poster Competition. Students from the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics presented recent work to a campus audience. You can view the submitted posters here.
On April 18, 2019, the Office of Research hosted the Spring 2019 Poster Competition. The event is to promote student development, community involvement, and networking opportunities. You can view the poster submissions here.
Below are photos of recently funded faculty with matching mugs.
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
On May 25th, the University hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication to celebrate the opening of the Bioengineering and Sciences Building (BSB). The building, built by The Beck Group and designed by ZGF Architects, is the largest academic building on campus at 220,000 square feet and connects to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Laboratory (NSERL). Attendees headed …read more
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Undergraduate Research Poster Contest: Sheridan Helen Cavalier: Abnormal Synaptic Protein Expression in the VPA-Rat Model of Autism Following Fear Extension Training (faculty advisor: Dr. Christa McIntyre) Anthony Quang Dao: Cell-permeable and Nuclear-targeting Luminescent Gold Nanoparticles (faculty advisor: Jie Zhang) Hans Chiwuike Ajieren: Insertion Devices for Self-Coiling Implants (faculty …read more