The University of Dallas has received a $300,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to purchase a scanning electron microscope (SEM), which will support teaching and research for both faculty and students at the nanoscale level.+ Read More
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a resource for employees for assistance on a number of life issues. It is sponsored by CARES and available to University of Dallas employees regardless of whether they participate in the group medical or dental insurance plans. The EAP is available to the employee and any person living in their household.
The EAP provides access to resources in the community on a number of topics ranging from: family and care giving to health and wellness to counseling and crisis intervention. Included in this program is free visits with a counseling professional, discounts on legal consultations and free financial advice, online articles, forms and calculators. Services are available via phone or the internet.
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In an age when differences often lead to divisiveness, Associate Professor of Management Richard Peregoy, D.P.S., uses his research on mindfulness and spirituality to build bridges across cultures, religions and political orientations.+ Read More
At a time when many small liberal arts universities are struggling, the University of Dallas has some good news to offer: The strategic sale of the apartment complex owned by the university for 24 years has increased the endowment by nearly 27 percent, or $16 million, bringing the current value to over $76 million. Further, this increase is predicted to eventually generate an additional $800,000 annually for UD's operations, capital and maintenance budgets.+ Read More