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UTD adds service learning classes
6 months ago

UTD adds service learning classes

UTD is joining the nationally growing trend of service learning in the classroom. This semester, the university is offering 10 classes centered around service.

In 2017, UTD received $1 million …
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Chess team hires new coach
6 months ago

Chess team hires new coach

Since the start of February, the UTD chess team has been working with its new head coach after the retirement of long-time coach Rade Milovanovic.

Julio Sadorra, a UTD alumnus …
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City applies for federal funding for proposed Cotton Belt Trail
6 months ago

City applies for federal funding for proposed Cotton Belt Trail

The Richardson City Council has applied for federal funding to cover the segment of the proposed Cotton Belt Trail that services UTD, which is the fourth and last portion of …
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Two cultures blend in border valley region
6 months ago

Two cultures blend in border valley region

For UTD students who hail from the Rio Grande Valley — the region that defines the border between the United States and Mexico — the prospect of a reinforced border …
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Center for BrainHealth conducts national study
6 months ago

Center for BrainHealth conducts national study

The BrainHealth Project, a research study headed by UTD’s Center for BrainHealth, is confronting the challenge of enhancing the brain’s potential through a national study involving 120,000 people throughout the …
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Text to 911 available in Plano
6 months ago

Text to 911 available in Plano

By the summer of 2019, residents of Plano will be able to text their 911 call center.

The software upgrade will cost the city upwards of $350,000. The funding was …
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Student commemorates Parkland shooting victims
6 months ago

Student commemorates Parkland shooting victims

A UTD student spent this Valentine’s Day honoring the lives of those lost in the Parkland, Florida shooting last year.

Though Katie Silverman, a political science freshman, attended elementary and …
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Art exhibit helps viewers understand aesthetics, dialogue behind photos
6 months ago

Art exhibit helps viewers understand aesthetics, dialogue behind photos

Out of over 500 photographs, one graduate student shaped 32 works into an exhibit designed to get viewers to question — as well as connect with — art.

Humanities and …
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Whatcha Eatin’? Middle Eastern Food
6 months ago

Whatcha Eatin’? Middle Eastern Food

I’ve grown up eating Middle Eastern food at restaurants and parties because it’s my family’s favorite cuisine apart from our own Pakistani food. I was very familiar with the usual …
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OIT, OSA to provide free assistive technology
6 months ago

OIT, OSA to provide free assistive technology

The Office of Information Technology and the Office of Student AccessAbility are partnering to provide visual- and learning-impaired students, faculty and staff with screen reading and magnifying software called Fusion …
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