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  • The University of Texas at Dallas
    Fifty Year Monogram Swoosh Comet
    01

    The Beginning

    The Beginning
    1941 Creation of Geophysical Services Inc.

    Eugene McDermott, J. Erik Jonsson, and Cecil Green establish Geophysical Services Inc., the corporation that will become Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) in 1951. The Dallas-based technology company is a top manufacturer of semiconductors and integrated circuits globally.

    1961 The Seeds of UT Dallas

    Hoping to create better higher-education opportunities in North Texas, TI founders Eugene McDermott, J. Erik Jonsson and Cecil Green establish the Graduate Research Center of the Southwest (GRCSW) — the foundation for what will become The University of Texas at Dallas.

    1963 Callier Center Takes Root

    A trust created by Lena E. Callier (above) is used to establish the Callier Hearing and Speech Center, a community-based nonprofit housed at Parkland Hospital. In 1975, the Callier Center for Communication Disorders joins UT Dallas; it opens a second location in 2003 and expands in 2016.

    1963 A Presidential Speech

    On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was scheduled to deliver a speech at the Dallas Trade Mart. His prepared remarks acknowledged the large role Texas plays in America’s space exploration efforts and saluted the newly formed Graduate Research Center of the Southwest.

    1964 Origin of Founders Day

    After a year of construction, the Founders Building opens its doors to a crowd of onlookers. Co-founders Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott and Cecil Green attend, and Jonsson speaks to the crowd. In honor of this extraordinary moment, Comets celebrate Founders Day every Oct. 29.

    1967 New Name, Same Mission

    The GRCSW becomes the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies. The new name “expresses more accurately our emphasis on teaching at graduate and post-doctoral levels in space sciences, earth sciences, mathematics, biology and materials sciences," said President Gifford K. Johnson.

    1969
    From Southwest Center to UT Dallas

    The 61st Texas Legislative Session passes HB 303 establishing a "state-supported institution of higher education to be known as The University of Texas at Dallas." Gov. Preston Smith signs the bill making UTD an official member of The University of Texas System, effective September 1969.

    02

    Presidents

    Presidents
    1971 Dr. Jordan Joins UT Dallas

    In July, Dr. Bryce Jordan becomes UT Dallas' first president. The former UT Austin president leads UTD through 1981, crafting its first strategic plan and awarding its first bachelor's degrees. During those years, UTD's faculty grows from 50 to 215 and enrollment spikes from 30 to over 7,000.

    An Unforgettable Answer
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    Bryce Jordan
    First President of UT Dallas

    1982 From Geomorphologist to President

    Dr. Robert H. Rutford becomes UTD's second president, a position he occupies until 1994. During his tenure, the University creates the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, establishes the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, and welcomes its first freshman class.

    Growing Backwards
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    Robert H. Rutford
    Second President of UT Dallas

    1994 Dr. Jenifer Takes the Helm

    UTD appoints Dr. Franklyn Jenifer as its third president. During his tenure, enrollment increases 61 percent. Major new facilities are constructed, including the School of Management, the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the Callier Center for Communication Disorders.

    A Spirit of Its Own
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    Franklyn Jenifer
    Third President of UT Dallas

    2005 Dr. David Daniel Assumes Presidency

    Dr. David Daniel is appointed fourth president of UT Dallas. Under his leadership, UTD triples its research expenditures, adds 40 new degree programs, raises $210 million in private funds, and initiated or completed $600 million in construction of new buildings and infrastructure.

    Building on Leaders' Legacy
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    David Daniel
    Fourth President of UT Dallas

    2016 UTD's Fifth President

    Dr. Richard C. Benson is appointed the fifth president of UT Dallas. Since then, UT Dallas has qualified for funding from the National Research University Fund, a third engineering building and alumni center have opened, and President Benson outlined goals in a new strategic plan.

    We Are All Founders
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    Richard C. Benson
    Fifth President of UT Dallas

    Bryce Jordan
    Robert Rutford
    Franklin Jenifer
    David Daniel
    Richard Benson
    1971 Dr. Jordan Joins UT Dallas

    In July, Dr. Bryce Jordan becomes UT Dallas' first president. The former UT Austin president leads UTD through 1981, crafting its first strategic plan and awarding its first bachelor's degrees. During those years, UTD's faculty grows from 50 to 215 and enrollment spikes from 30 to over 7,000.

    An Unforgettable Answer
    00:00

    Bryce Jordan
    First President of UT Dallas

    1982 From Geomorphologist to President

    Dr. Robert H. Rutford becomes UTD's second president, a position he occupies until 1994. During his tenure, the University creates the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, establishes the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, and welcomes its first freshman class.

    Growing Backwards
    00:00

    Robert H. Rutford
    Second President of UT Dallas

    1994 Dr. Jenifer Takes the Helm

    UTD appoints Dr. Franklyn Jenifer as its third president. During his tenure, enrollment increases 61 percent. Major new facilities are constructed, including the School of Management, the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the Callier Center for Communication Disorders.

    A Spirit of Its Own
    00:00

    Franklyn Jenifer
    Third President of UT Dallas

    2005 Dr. David Daniel Assumes Presidency

    Dr. David Daniel is appointed fourth president of UT Dallas. Under his leadership, UTD triples its research expenditures, adds 40 new degree programs, raises $210 million in private funds, and initiated or completed $600 million in construction of new buildings and infrastructure.

    Building on Leaders' Legacy
    00:00

    David Daniel
    Fourth President of UT Dallas

    2016 UTD's Fifth President

    Dr. Richard C. Benson is appointed the fifth president of UT Dallas. Since then, UT Dallas has qualified for funding from the National Research University Fund, a third engineering building and alumni center have opened, and President Benson outlined goals in a new strategic plan.

    We Are All Founders
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    Richard C. Benson
    Fifth President of UT Dallas

    03

    Milestones

    Milestones

    Nobel Laureates

    Dr. Polykarp Kusch becomes the first Nobel laureate on the UT Dallas faculty in 1972. UT Dallas adds Nobel laureates Dr. Alan G. MacDiarmid and Dr. Russell A. Hulse to its staff over the years.

    In 2015, Dr. Aziz Sancar becomes the first UTD alum to win a Nobel Prize.

    Paving the Way for Freshmen

    The Texas Legislature passes HB 42, authorizing UT Dallas to enroll freshmen and sophomore students. Enrollment is limited to 2,000 entering freshmen, and lower division enrollment cannot exceed 5,000 students.

    This legislation marks the expansion of UTD into a full-scale university.

    Margaret McDermott

    Philanthropist Margaret McDermott (1912-2018) helps transform UTD by establishing the Eugene McDermott Scholars Program and Graduate Fellows Program, endowing chairs for the president and provost, and paying for a total transformation of the campus. The total of her gifts surpass $154 million.

    Joint Donation Transforms Management School

    Naveen Jindal MBA'92, Charles "Chuck" Davidson MS'80, and Nancy Gundy Davidson BS'80 collectively donate a joint gift of $30 million.

    This momentous gift is immortalized in the naming of the Naveen Jindal School of Management and the Charles and Nancy Davidson Honors Program.

    Edith O'Donnell's Legacy Continues

    In honor of one of Texas’ most generous philanthropists, the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building is dedicated. An inaugural concert features De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things) by Dr. Robert Xavier Rodríguez. In 2014, her gift of $17 million creates the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History.

    UTD Earns R1 Status

    The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education classifies UT Dallas as an R1 Institution: a classification reserved for doctoral institutions with the highest research activity.

    UTD Earns Research Support

    UT Dallas achieves the critical benchmark criteria required to qualify for funding from the National Research University Fund, an exclusive source of research support available to the state’s emerging research universities.

    04

    Building the Future

    Building the Future

    1964
    Founders Building

    1965
    North Lab

    1966
    North Building

    1972
    Founders North

    1973
    Berkner

    1974
    Energy Plant

    1975
    Cecil H Green Hall
    Hoblitzelle Hall
    J Erik Jonsson
    McDermott Library
    University Theater

    1981
    Student Union

    1985
    Research and Operation Center

    1987
    University Village Phase I

    1988
    Administration
    Police Department

    1991
    Service Building

    1992
    Engineering Computer Science North
    Cecil and Ida Green Center
    Safety & Grounds
    University Village Phase II

    1994
    University Village Phase III

    1995
    University Village Phase IV

    1997
    University Village Phase V

    1998
    Activities Building
    University Village Phase VI
    University Village Phase VII

    2000
    Classroom Building
    Callier Center

    2001
    University Village Phase VIII

    2002
    Physics Building
    University Village Phase VIII Clubhouse
    University Village Phase VIII

    2003
    Engineering Computer Science South
    School of Management

    2004
    University Village Phase IX
    University Village Leasing Office

    2006
    NSERL Research Lab

    2007
    Construction Management
    Facilities Management
    Waterview Science and Technology Center

    2009
    Arts & Humanities Music
    Arts & Humanities Art
    Classroom Building 3
    Facilities Management
    Residence Hall South

    2010
    Science Learning Center
    Student Services Building

    2011
    Residence Hall North
    Visitors Center and University Bookstore

    2012
    Residence Hall Northwest
    Residence Hall Southwest
    Satellite Utility Plant

    2013
    Arts and Technology Facility
    Dining Hall West
    Parking Structure 1
    Residence Hall West
    Synergy Park North

    2014
    Construction Management
    Modular Lab (Bio-engineering)
    Modular Lab (Mechanical Engineering)
    Parking Structure 3
    Recreation Facility West
    School of Management

    2015
    Bioengineering and Sciences Building
    Physics Addition
    Research and Operations Center West

    2016
    Callier Richardson Addition
    Parking Structure 4
    Student Services Building Addition

    2017
    Canyon Creek Heights North
    Canyon Creek Heights South
    Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center
    Synergy Park North 2

    2018
    Engineering & Computer Science West

    Present Day

    05

    Evolving Campus & Culture

    Evolving Campus and Culture

    Comets Checkmate

    Since its establishment in 1996, the chess team has won the “Final Four of College Chess” four times, won the Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Championship, and made history by playing Instituto Superior de Cultura Física in the first US-Cuba chess match in 50 years.

    UTD Plays Ball, Esports

    UTD Athletics joins the NCAA Division III American Southwest Conference in 1998. As of 2019, the Comets amassed 29 ASC championships since 2002 — 16 of them since 2015. UT Dallas adds an esports program in 2018.

    Comets Gain a Mascot

    After a competition to find a new mascot, UT Dallas decides on Temoc, “Comet” spelled backward. Alumnus Aaron Aryanpur designs Temoc, an orange-haired, blue-skinned Comet, who frequents events across campus from freshmen orientation to chess matches.

    New Space for Brain Science

    UTD alumnus Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman establishes the Center for BrainHealth. The center is home to labs with 60 fully funded research projects including youth brain injury assessment, caregiver training, law enforcement mindfulness training and adolescent reasoning training.

    The UTD Ring Tradition

    The class ring features a UTD shield, a comet encircling a star and the Texas flag. The University presents the rings after sealing them in a wooden box from the Founders Building and enclosed with equipment used by NASA. A ceremony includes dunking the rings in a reflecting pool on the Margaret McDermott Mall.

    Campus Landscape Enhancement Begins

    The first phase of the Campus Landscape Enhancement Project begins. The project, paid for by Margaret McDermott, includes the planting of 6,000 trees, a small amphitheater and road renovations.

    Studies in Aging

    Dr. Denise C. Park establishes the Center for Vital Longevity, a center dedicated to researching and understanding the aging brain, memory, cognitive aging and Alzheimer’s disease.

    UTD Obtains Asian, Swiss Art Collections

    The Trammell and Margaret Crow family donates the entire collection of the Trammell and Margaret Crow Museum of Asian Art and $23 million of funding. UTD also acquires the Barrett collection, the largest collection of Swiss art outside of Switzerland.
    "Immortal Landscapes: Jade from the Collection," Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas.

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