This past Friday, I read the March 11 opinion article published in The Mercury titled “Letter to the Editor: How to Help ATEC Grads Improve Job Prospects,” which proposed that … Read More
Started this May, the LOTUS project is displaying student artwork throughout buildings on campus.
Global business senior Sh’muel Avraham launched the organization to help spread artwork beyond the … Read More
To advance female representation in the STEAM fields and help foster connections among those female students, University Housing is piloting a program in fall 2017 called Women in STEAM, … Read More
Despite the benefits of learning a new language, UTD students do not have the option of majoring or minoring in a foreign language.
Research from Rosetta Stone … Read More
New UTD President Richard Benson officially took office July 15. The Mercury sat down with Benson to discuss his vision for campus.
How are you settling into your … Read More
The STEM to STEAM movement, a push towards an integrated environment where science, technology, engineering and math are taught with the arts as a method of instilling a well-rounded … Read More
Correction: In an earlier version of this article, Maria Klawe’s name was misspelled. The Mercury regrets this error.
On April 8, Maria Klawe, the president of Harvey Mudd … Read More
A&H students, faculty look to find their place in university known for STEM fields
UTD is known for its cutting-edge programs focusing on science, business and technology. Tucked … Read More
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New Free Speech Law Goes into Effect in Texas
UTD Opens New Center for Asian Studies
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September 15, 2019
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Men’s Cross Country Leads First Two Races of Season
Women’s Soccer Starts Season Undefeated