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Comet Calendar

Events

Friday, December 3

Fukumoto Fuku (b. 1973), Tsukikage (Moonlight), 2012. Set of three blue and teal glazed porcelain bowls stacked unevenly and glazed fused. 5 x 11 3/8 x 11 3/8 in. (12.5 x 29 cm). Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz Collection. Photo: Mike Lundgren; Courtesy of Phoenix Art Museum.

The Crow Museum of Asian Art is pleased to present a new exhibition featuring a selection of works by living emerging and internationally established...

Carolyn Brown, Severan arch at Palmyra, from the west, 1989, giclee

Exhibition presented by the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History at The University of Texas at Dallas. Curated by Dr. Michael Thomas, Director of the...

More dates through August 15, 2022

Fall Festival 2021

The Fall Arts Festival is continuing its tradition of sharing the work of our arts students and is sponsored this year by Homelight Realty. The event will...

Video still from The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia

The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia (2017-present) by internationally acclaimed artist Ho Tzu Nyen (b. 1976, Singapore) is part of an ongoing project...

I Love UTD T-shirt Sale!

Hello Comets! UT Dallas has a wonderful LGBT+ community. The Galerstein Gender Center hopes to make UT Dallas even more LGBT+ inclusive through advocacy,...

More dates through August 31, 2022

Commencement with Temoc

Lavender Graduation is an annual ceremony conducted on numerous campuses to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students and to...

Stream Available
Screening of Voices for Women's Rights

In commemoration of the International Day of the Elimination of Violence against Women, the School of Arts and Humanities and the Ackerman Center for...

Transfer Orientation - Spring 2022

This is an event for admitted incoming transfer students for the Spring 2022 semester. Students can find more information on how to register for Transfer...

Virtual Screening of "Fly So Far"

A grave warning of how far state control of women’s bodies can go, Fly So Far follows Teodora Vásquez, who was sentenced to thirty years in a Salvadorean...

Vishnu. Vietnam (Mekong delta region) Khmer culture, pre-Angkor phase. Zhenla period, 2nd half of the 7th century. Sandstone. 38 x 20⅝ x 11½ in. (96.5 x 52.4 x 29.2 cm). Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, 1999.30.

The Crow Museum of Asian Art presents Vishnu Across Time and Space, a new exhibition derived from the permanent collection. This exhibition focuses on...

Comer Collection: New Acquisitions

Virtual Director's Talk: Saturday, October 30, 3 p.m. on Zoom. Curated by Dr. Diane Durant, Director of the Jerry and Marilyn Comer Collection of...

MS Business Analytics Flex Program Information Session

Do you know that UT Dallas has a highly ranked STEM Designated Graduate (MS) program in Business Analytics? Join us for an interactive session with the...

8:30am to 9:30am
JSOM

Would you like to know more about the Masters of Science in Supply Chain Management program and what UTD has to offer? Please join us during these live...

8:30am to 9:30am
Stream Available
Global Media Festival

The Global Media Festival began in 2019 as a one-night in-person event where students from ATCM 3325 — Global Media Cultures presented international short...

10am
Stream Available
Photo by DESIGNECOLOGIST on Unsplash

In partnership with the Student Affairs (SA) Professional Development Committee (PDC), Intercultural Programs (ICP) will offer the Introduction to...

 Candy Land @ DHW

We are ending the semester on a sweet note - visit candy land for a fun and nostalgic break from studying! Join us for an event that is about all things...

DIY Donut Decorating @ DHW

Decorate your own customized donuts just the way you like it! Admission to the event requires a swipe or a purchased meal at Dining Hall West.

Palmyra, Photo: Carolyn Brown

Curated by Dr. Michael Thomas, Director of the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History and Heather Bowling, the Institute’s Research Coordinator, the...

Students in classroom.

Joint work with Volker Mayer will be presented in which we primarily show that for a large class of entire and meromorphic transcendental functions the full...

Spirit Friday @ DHW

Wear your orange and green UTD spirit wear every Friday and eat lunch at Dining Hall West for only $6+tax. Admission to the event requires a swipe or a...

Intersections of the Brain and Technology — the Health & Aging Brain Study - Virtual Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture

Intersections of the Brain and Technology The Center for BrainHealth invites scientists to share their scientific study with students and other researchers...

BUAN Information

Please join us as Dr. Owens presents an overview on the NEW Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics program. She will be reviewing the objective of the...

12pm to 1pm
Stream Available
Q&A with Filmmaker Celina Escher, Director of "Fly So Far"

We're hosting a Q&A with filmmaker Celina Escher, director of Fly So Far and we'll be screening Fly So Far as part of A&H's observance of the International...

Stressbusters: GGC Virtual Watch Party

Join the UT Dallas Gender Center as we watch Over the Moon on Friday, December 3, 2021. You must have your own Netflix account to participate. Synopsis:...

Temoc Socks Day Pop-Up

Temoc Sock Day is quickly approaching on National Sock Day, December 4, and we want to make sure you are prepared to show your Comet pride. Stop by our...

Computational Science Seminar by Pedro Maia

Recent advances in computational neurology The emerging field of computational neurology provides an important window of opportunity for modeling of complex...

Group Bike Ride

REGISTER HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1aVpyG_7STA-l1XolMSqhwU50GB-fzizPETDDj6mAdAU/edit This event will be capped at 12 participants. Participants...

OUTer Space Support Group

Seeking a place where you can be yourself and feel validated for who you are? The Galerstein Gender Center and Student Counseling Center are offering a...

2pm to 3pm
Stream Available
OUTer Space Support Group

Seeking a place where you can be yourself and feel validated for who you are? The Galerstein Gender Center and Student Counseling Center are offering a...

2pm to 3pm
Stream Available
Magnolia flower

Open study and relaxation session with refreshments

Friday After Class with hammock between palm trees

Wander over to the RCW Courtyard and curl up in a hammock with a hot cup of Cocoa after roasting your perfect marshmallow for a S'more. Post your experience...

Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering UTDesign Expo

The Departments of Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering invite you to attend the UTDesign Expo on Friday, December 6, 2019 from 3:30-5pm in the UTDesign...

Temoc

In these meetings, we will discuss topics related to autism, including issues in the community and obstacles that each of us personally face. We will discuss...

PreProduction Collaborative Club Meeting

Students will pitch ideas for a game, a short film, or an animated series, then vote on which pitch to work on. Then, students will collaborate on...

Margaret McDermott Trellis Plaza at dusk

In these meetings, we will discuss plans for upcoming events such as fundraisers or potential speaking events for FAE.

TI Plaza

General Meetings for the Pokemon League

Jonsson

Members will be engaging in Yugioh duels, card trades, and making friends. An informative powerpoint will be shown each meeting most likely with club and...

Magnolia flower

To provide community for Asian American students and follow Christ together.

Magnolia flower

(12/3 Cancelled) We invite members and guests to come worship with us, listen to a sermon lecturestyle, and fellowship! Every Friday evening.

Reflecting pool

[11/5 Event Cancelled] Join Hindu Yuva for yoga and discussion.

Veteran Cord Ceremony

UT Dallas acknowledges the contributions made by the members of our armed services. Students graduating from UT Dallas who serve or have served in the U.S....

Science Learning Center

Weekly Meeting for UTD's Philosophy Club

Musica Nova: An Evening in Venice, Vienna & Paris

Robert Xavier Rodríguez, Director Mikhail Berestnev, Piano Students from the University’s Advanced Orchestra and Chamber Music Ensemble perform with UT...

Friday, December 3