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Goldwater Foundation Recognizes Three Undergrad Researchers

Maria Burbano

Maria Burbano has won a Goldwater Scholarship in recognition of her accomplishments as a biomedical engineering student and researcher. The program also gave honorable mentions to UT Dallas nominees Melanie Maurer and Michael Lau.

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Student Media Earn Record Number of Awards

The Mercury staff members.

UT Dallas student media staff took home 34 awards at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention. The student newspaper, The Mercury, dominated the awards, winning the sweepstakes category for most awards in Division 2 and first place for Best of Show.

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Student Team Creates Plan for Global Action

Josette Rophael, Saron Zekiros and Vrithika Anandham attended the Clinton Global Initiative University conference in Arizona.

UT Dallas students recently attended a Clinton Global Initiative University conference to refine their action plan to help provide English tutoring and job preparation skills to international refugees in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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UTDesign Students to Help Stir Interest in STEM Fields

Patrick McCrane (left), Director of Tax Development, Intuit, and Rod Wetterskog, assistant dean for the Erik Jonsson School looks over the shoulders of students Vincent Thieu and Jerry Benavides, Computer Science UTDesign students.

UT Dallas students are helping launch a program to fire up interest in the STEM fields among area K-12 students. STEMfire aims to nurture a pipeline of young students and prepares them for college and careers at technology corporations.

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University Honors Outstanding Student Employees

Amanda Pereira

Six student workers at UT Dallas have been recognized by their supervisors for their professionalism, work ethic and performance as part of National Student Employment Week.

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