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University Plants Seeds of Science at Dallas Arboretum for Earth Day

Science at the Arboretum

More than 50 faculty and students from the UT Dallas School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics will be cultivating budding scientists this month when they present dozens of activities for children at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

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Newly Elected President, Vice President Hope to Empower Students

Caitlynn Fortner

Caitlynn Fortner and her running mate, Grant Branam, were elected in March to succeed Brooke Knudtson and Nancy Fairbank as president and vice president of the UT Dallas student body. Their one-year terms begin May 1.

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Volunteers to Do Good Deeds During Spring Break

UT Dallas Spring Break Alternative

For some UT Dallas students, spring break is more than just binge-watching television series. Instead, nearly 100 students will be investing in a week of community service projects with nonprofit agencies in 10 locations, from Texas to California.

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Marketing Major Makes Her Pitch, Receives Morris Hite Scholarship

Kelsey Morrison and Carrie Miller

UT Dallas junior Kelsey Morrison, a marketing major in the Naveen Jindal School of Management, is used to overcoming challenges. Now, she has taken another large step in her academic career after recently receiving a $1,500 Morris Hite Memorial Scholarship.

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Freshman's Design of Gravity-Powered Superhero Draws Scholarship

Emma Mathes

Emma Mathes' design of Quasar, a superhero who can create pockets of intense gravity, earned her a $1,000 Clark Van Pelt Scholarship from Element X, a motion design studio in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas.

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