In the world of business, clients and profits are lost when deadlines and time schedules are unmet.
For NASA, a delay in a shuttle launch can cost millions … Read More
The lineup at TEDxUTD on Sunday, April 13, included six speakers from the UTD community and two talks streamed online.
Albert Ok, undecided freshman, and one of three student speakers … Read More
Alumnus gives students opportunity to volunteer with Human Rights Initiative of North Texas
Being bilingual or multilingual can be a skill students take for granted, but at the Human Rights … Read More
Major construction projects on campus are slated to continue well into 2016, including an expansion for the Student Services Building.
Kelly Kinnard, director of physical plant services, said the programming … Read More
Student starts UTD Baha’i Club to provide open atmosphere for growing faith community
Editor’s Note: In an effort to further understand UTD’s diverse population, what follows is part three in … Read More
Student Government has adopted an official honor code for all students to abide by, said Vice President Charlie Hannigan at the April 1 SG meeting.
Students were given two honor … Read More
Ed Board: Presidential, vice presidential candidates well-suited for uncontested positions
ATEC game library reopens
Student Government Forum
Student arrested on theft charges
Dining hall needs better food, sanitation
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SG Report: March 6th
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