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Good Morning Texas: What To Do With College Students Who Are Home Early

“It can be really challenging at first, getting adjusted, because this is a new normal for everybody.” — Dr. Aisha Evans, psychologist with the Student Counseling Center

The Dallas Morning News: Pandemic Highlights Shortage of Personnel Looming Over Texas

“The supplies will not be the shortcoming, it will be personnel.” — Dr. Britt Berrett PhD’09, director of the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management

Fox 4: Cook Children’s Sees Spike in Child Abuse Cases Likely from COVID-19 Stress

“Hopefully the agencies around the community in North Texas are going to look at this as a wake-up call. There is a lot of research that shows that when people go hungry, they tend to be more impulsive and to lash out.” — Dr. Alex Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of criminology

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Fifty Points of Bright

Looking to the past and celebrating the present, we highlight our milestones, discoveries and distinctive leaders; our impact on North Texas and the world; and our creativity and enterprising spirit.

A Winning Proposition

When the first group of underclassmen arrived on campus in the late 1970s, the University started building a student life program to keep students engaged as well as educated.

Decades of Distinction

A visual timeline depicts UT Dallas’ history and remarkable transformation into one of the nation’s premier universities.

A Half-Century of Giving Transforms UT Dallas

The ambitious transformation of UT Dallas into a top-tier research institution was made possible by forward-thinkers and generous supporters who made the University the rich mosaic that it is today.

 

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Self-Care Tips for Comets

Registered dietitian Taylor Tran offers some tips to practice self-care as we study and work from home.

Notable Instrument Added to Guitar Studies Program

Alhambra Guitars of Spain has donated a new, high-quality guitar to the University of Texas at Dallas Guitar Studies Program.

The Importance of Holocaust Remembrance

The Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies is hosting an exhibit through March 12 that features stories of Nazi concentration camp liberators.

Thank You, Al

An ode to the man who chronicled the early years of The University of Texas at Dallas.

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