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Research lab closes, leaves question marks

The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economic Science, or CBEES, was abruptly closed last month, leaving at least one faculty member without a job and displacing student research.

Former director …
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UNIV 1010 lightens work load, spares wallet

UTD’s freshman orientation course, previously titled RHET 1101, is now free of charge, will not affect students’ GPAs and has no projects, papers or a final exam.

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FSL director hired after ‘rigorous’ process
6 years ago

FSL director hired after ‘rigorous’ process

Second director search continues into Recruitment Week

Fraternity and Sorority Life is undergoing not one but two changes in leadership following the departures of previous FSL assistant directors …
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Prof challenges students to go paper, not plastic

Cash is cool again.

We live in an age of instant gratification. We can get almost anything we want with a click of the mouse, a …
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Dining Hall earns near-‘excellent’ rating
6 years ago

Dining Hall earns near-‘excellent’ rating

Students may feel more comfortable eating at UTD’s Dining Hall now that its health rating is two points away from “excellent.”

The hall received a “good” rating of …
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Surviving the sizzle: University copes with record heat
6 years ago

Surviving the sizzle: University copes with record heat

Record-breaking temperatures in Texas this summer have significantly raised electricity and water demand, but UTD officials say the university has been working hard to prevent any disruption to campus …
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Novak named Nat Sci dean
6 years ago

Novak named Nat Sci dean

UTD will welcome the new dean of Natural Sciences on Sept. 19. Bruce Novak, a highly noted chemist, veteran and acclaimed educator hailing from North Carolina State University, has …
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UTD faces ‘growing pains’: Parking, dining struggle to keep up
6 years ago

UTD faces ‘growing pains’: Parking, dining struggle to keep up

A significant spike in enrollment this fall has transformed the campus into a hub of student activity but has also created a slew of unforeseen problems for students on …
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A&H to drop grad teaching program starting fall 2014

The School of Arts & Humanities has announced that it will drop its Masters of Arts in Teaching, or MAT from its graduate program. 

The reason according to …
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Group connects SOM graduates

As part of a move to initiate better networking among its alumni, the School of Management, or SOM, has an alumni network called “PowerGrid.”

“(PowerGrid) came about because …
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