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Student Weaves Civil Rights Figures, Her Experiences into Novel

Sanderia Faye

Sanderia Faye, a doctoral student in the School of Arts and Humanities, recently published Mourner’s Bench, her debut novel about a young girl navigating life in small-town Arkansas during the civil rights era.

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New Group Joins Expanding List of University's Terry Scholars

Terry Scholars

This fall, the University welcomed 23 freshmen and 21 transfer students to the program, and for the first time, the combined awards of current scholars at UT Dallas will top $2 million.

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Student Ambassadors Serve as Campus Connection

Emily Luth

Student Ambassadors are a select group of student volunteers, sponsored by the Office of the President, who are called upon to greet guests at University events and connect with alumni and donors who tour the campus.

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Mechanical Engineering Team Wins Student Design Competition


Team members Mason Leach, Zach Luther, Faith Rowe, David Stoner and Michael Streitwieser competed against some of the nation’s top engineering programs with a project they completed for their senior capstone design course in the UTDesign program.

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Undergraduates Learn Lab Lessons in Summer Research Program

Tina Dam

Nine UT Dallas undergraduate students from the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences are spending the summer in laboratories after receiving Duane and Linda Buhrmester Undergraduate Research Awards.

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