Jincheng Du, assistant professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, received $363,745 from NSF’s Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry program to work with Corning Inc., a fortune 500 company specializing in glass and ceramic materials
The Division of University Relations, Communications and Marketing collected 12 awards from professional organizations. Award-winning materials promoted academics, research, student programs and the university's value.
Humphrey Ibeabuchi, an NTDC participant and TRIO student, met Secretary of Education Arne Duncan while on assignment in the Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education. The office houses TRIO programs.
The University Union will help students of all ages survive final exams with the annual Eagle Insomnia party Dec. 8, and Study Nights at the Union Dec. 12-15. Learn more, learn more about the proposed new union.
Dolly worked with Cynthia Chandler, professor of counseling and higher education, to teach animal-assisted therapy. Dolly also worked with the Denton County Juvenile Detention Center and with families displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
College of Music student Laura Krumm has been selected for a prestigious Adler Fellowship with San Francisco Opera, considered one of the top opera companies in the world. More than 800 candidates were considered.
The College of Music opera program earned first place for its production of Marc Blitzstein’s "Regina" in a National Opera Association competition. The award is in the highest division for conservatory and university programs.
The university will close at noon Dec. 23, President V. Lane Rawlins announced. "I hope that all of you will enjoy this season of joy and thanksgiving with your friends and family," he said. Enter to win a 2011 commemorative ornament.
The Green Pride program has ended, but we'll be back in the spring with more opportunities to win and show your pride in DFW''s leading university. Learn who won iPads and pizza, enter to win a water bottle and bag.