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Alumni in the News: Black Leaders Shaping Dallas, Making Sense of COVID-19 Data, Artist Turned Curator

University supporters John Olajide BS’04, founder and CEO of Axxess, and Fred Perpall, CEO of The Beck Group, are working in tandem to lead the Dallas business community’s response to inclusion and the COVID-19 pandemic. Olajide, Read more »

Alumni in the News: Comets Making Headlines

From the Dallas Business Journal to a groundbreaking new position and translation work, these UT Dallas graduates are making waves in the news. Read more 

Biomedical Engineering Grad Becomes First Phi Kappa Phi 1897 Fellow

Sydney Sherman BS’19 has been named the first 1897 Fellow of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. The new national award recognizes the highest-scoring applicant in a STEM discipline. Read more 

UT Dallas Graduate Programs Rise in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

U.S. News & World Report recognized The University of Texas at Dallas as the highest-ranked engineering graduate program in North Texas and the fourth-strongest in the state. In the national ranki Read more 

UT Dallas Named a Best Value in Higher Education by Princeton Review

For the seventh straight year, The University of Texas at Dallas was selected by The Princeton Review for its list of Best Value Colleges — academically outstanding colleges that guide students to r Read more 

Crow Family Gives Complete Asian Art Collection, $23 Million to UT Dallas

The Trammell and Margaret Crow family has donated the entire collection of the Trammell and Margaret Crow Museum of Asian Art, together with $23 million of support funding, to The University of Texas Read more 

Ring Ceremony a Celebration of Accomplishments, Supporters

More than 70 UT Dallas students received their University rings in December as they gathered with family and friends to commemorate their personal achievements and thank those who have helped them on Read more 

Researchers Receive $4.5 Million in Funding for Cancer Projects

New funding from state and federal agencies will be used for studies targeting brain and lung cancers and to establish a new core imaging facility for preclinical research. Read more