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  • The grant award supports a new online platform to find out why cyber jobs are going unfilled—and make it easy for employers to find talent through an online database. U...

  • If you've driven past SMU's Gerald J. Ford Stadium on Mockingbird Lane, you may have noticed it's more or less horseshoe-shaped, with no end zone on the stadium's souther...

  • The Mr. MAPP system uses a laptop, camera, and VR headset to create a virtual 3D model of the user’s missing or paralyzed limb. Wearing the VR headset, Peterson played ...

  • The Perot family’s support will expand the number of students admitted to UT Southwestern's dual-degree program as well as research disciplines in which they study, to ...

  • Plano ISD partners with Capital One for the Savings Success program to take some of the myths out of money and turn them into financial facts.

Why Are There 750,000 Unfilled Job Openings in Cybersecurity? UNT Researchers Are Getting Up to $750K to Find Out

by | Dec 6, 2022
The grant award supports a new online platform to find out why cyber jobs are going unfilled—and make it easy for employers to find talent through an online database. UNT's Ram Dantu and Mark Thompson are principal investigators on the project. Dantu says foreign governments are "spying on us all the time,” and threats like ransomware attacks and cyber attacks abound. "We need a large workforce to combat this, and we don’t have the workforce,” Dantu says.
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Is College Worth It? Emerging Research Focused on ROI Offers a ‘Resounding Yes,’ Economic Analyst Says
by | Dec 5, 2022

Emerging research shows, “Yes, college is worth it,” in terms of earnings potential, according to economic analyst Navi Dhaliwal.

Dhaliwal leads the Research Institute at Dallas College’s return on investment studies....

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The Last Word: UTD’s Balakrishnan Prabhakaran on Virtual Reality Tech for Phantom Limb Pain
The Mr. MAPP system uses a laptop, camera, and VR headset to create a virtual 3D model of the user’s missing or paralyzed limb. Wearing the VR headset, Peterson played a series of games where the virtual model of his missing lower leg did things like stomp the floor or burst a bubble.
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SMU Breaks Ground on $100M End Zone Complex at Gerald J. Ford Stadium
by | Dec 2, 2022
If you've driven past SMU's Gerald J. Ford Stadium on Mockingbird Lane, you may have noticed it's more or less horseshoe-shaped, with no end zone on the stadium's southern end. Not for long. SMU broke ground today on a fancier home corral for the SMU Mustangs football team—putting the first digs on a $100 million, 192,500-square-foot end zone expansion.
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The Last Word: DeGolyer Library’s Christina Jensen on Lessons from 200 Years of Cookbooks
Neatly timed to be on display during the holiday season, the exhibit runs through December 22 and features 206 books from DeGolyer's massive, 6,000-cookbook collection. The books were acquired during the research library’s decades of collecting items related to Western Americana, transportation, women’s history, and business history.
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UT Dallas and Novartis Are Using Math to Speed Drug Discoveries
“The advantage of our algorithm is that it could screen about 100,000 compounds in a couple of days, which is much faster than other methods,” UT Dallas' Dr. Baris Coskunuzer says.
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Dallas Baptist University Names Longtime Healthcare CEO as Business College Dean
by | Nov 29, 2022

Dallas Baptist University announced that Dr. Stephen Mansfield has been appointed as the new dean of the College of Business. He also will serve as a senior advisor to the president for strategic initiatives. ...

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