F&ED This Week

September 19, 2022

A group of people and the University mascot, an anthropomorphic comet, stand in front of a building as they prepare to cut a blue ribbon suspended in front of them.

The University of Texas at Dallas recently held a ribbon-cutting to officially launch their new Centers for Emergent Novel Technology at the Innovation Quarter (CENT-IQ [Centers for Emergent Novel Technology at the Innovation Quarter] ) in the historic “IQ at 1302” building of the Richardson Innovation Quarter. The teams now operating at CENT-IQ are expected to bring the power of UT Dallas research to the local businesses that are currently in and relocating to The IQ [The Innovation Quarter] ®. Pictured from left are Dr. Rafael Martín, vice president and chief of staff; Dr. Calvin Jamison, vice president for Facilities & Economic Development; Dr. Inga Musselman, vice president for Academic Affairs and provost; Dr. Richard C. Benson, president and Eugene McDermott Distinguished University Chair of Leadership; Temoc, University mascot; Amanda Oneacre Rockow, vice president for Public Affairs; Dr. Joseph J. Pancrazio, vice president for Research and Innovation.


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