Students, Staff Dedicate Spring Break to Serving Others, Social Issues
More than 100 UT Dallas students and staff will participate in Alternative Spring Break projects. The volunteers will perform community service, learn about social issues and develop leadership skills. Read more SEEC Interns Coach Youth Robotics Team
Three UT Dallas undergraduates recently led a team of middle school students through a successful season of FIRST Lego League robotics competitions. The Blockheads claimed the top award for teamwork at the regional championship. Read more Student Gains Skills as Johns Hopkins Intern
Aaron Dotson recently participated in medical research at one of the world’s most renowned institutes, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The program in the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine provided him with critical skills to pursue his goal of becoming a doctor. Read more Theater Students Learn from 'Fantasticks' Performers
UT Dallas students recently learned skills from members of a touring adaptation of the world’s longest running musical. Sponsored by the School of Arts and Humanities, a steampunk version of The Fantasticks will be presented this weekend at the Eisemann Center in Richardson.
Read more Students Battle Clock to Impress Employers
It’s hard enough to make a good first impression in a job interview. But what if you only have two minutes to show your stuff? Eighteen students gave it their best shot at a recent speed sell competition in a Naveen Jindal School of Management classroom. Read more
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