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WFAA: Daily Uses for AI

“One of the really amazing things with these GPT models is that they are about language, and they become really amazing translation machines.” — Dale MacDonald, associate dean of research and creative technologies in the School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology

FiveThirtyEight: Why Dianne Feinstein Might Actually Have To Resign

“I don’t think there’s any kind of magic test that will determine who is really effective and who isn’t.” — Dr. Richard Scotch, professor of sociology, public policy and political economy

Dallas Innovates: UT Dallas, DMA Announce Partnership Celebrating Opening of New Athenaeum in Fall 2024

“I’m thrilled to welcome some of the finest works of art in our city to the new campus museum.” — Dr. Richard C. Benson, president of UT Dallas

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New Dimensions

New Dimensions

UT Dallas launches a $750 million comprehensive fundraising campaign to support student scholarships, research, the arts and more.

To Catch a Threat

To Catch a Threat

To thwart criminal activity in the digital age, cybersecurity experts must think like the bad guys. UT Dallas researchers are on the case.

Stroke of Genius

Stroke of Genius

A stroke-therapy project initiated in a UT Dallas lab a decade ago is now yielding encouraging clinical results.

Never Again

Never Again

For 35 years the Holocaust Studies Program at UT Dallas has been a beacon of scholarship and enlightenment regarding one of the most traumatic events in human history.


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UT Dallas Choir Hits High Note with Spanish Tour

Twenty-eight members of the UT Dallas Chamber Singers traveled recently to Spain for a four-city goodwill trip that included three performances.

Comets Give Sound Advice on Service Trip to Mexico

Seven audiology students and two faculty members from UT Dallas were part of the 2023 Project Yucatan team, which provided health services to people in Mexico during spring break.

Listen Up for New Summer Camps Coming to Campus

UT Dallas will host a wide variety of both in-person and online camps for children and teens this summer.

Staff Council Celebrates Fall CARE Awardees

The awards recognize staff who have demonstrated superior performance, offered outstanding customer service and performed acts that have enhanced the image of the University.

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