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Students take action for Black Lives Matter in their hometowns
June 22, 2020
Students have started fundraising and organizing protests to support the Black Lives Matter movement from their hometowns across the state.
‘You miss that in-person touch’: UT students, doctors embrace telehealth during coronavirus pandemic
June 19, 2020
As the pandemic makes it difficult, if not impossible, for patients to receive treatment for their chronic illnesses, UT students are increasingly turning to telehealth, meaning they receive health care online and over the phone. Over the last month, UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of the Dell Medical School, has reported a dramatic increase in telehealth appointments, going from less than 25 appointments per day to 90-170.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema co-founder, CEO talks entrepreneurship successes, failures
March 10, 2020
The co-founder of Alamo Drafthouse discussed his career Tuesday as part of the Entrepreneurship Live! series hosted by the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship.
CNS Career Services hosts health care career panel
February 25, 2020
The College of Natural Sciences Career Services hosted a panel Tuesday of current UT students and alumni on health care career opportunities that only require a bachelor’s degree.
University Housing and Dining hosts Mediterranean Dinner for heart-healthy eating
February 21, 2020
In an effort to promote heart-healthy eating habits, University Housing and Dining hosted a Mediterranean Dinner event at Jester Second Floor Dining and Kinsolving Dining on Thursday evening.
Exhibit highlights 50 years of Center for Mexican American Studies
February 14, 2020
The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection displayed the origins of the UT Center for Mexican American Studies on Thursday at the exhibit “CMAS at 50: A Legacy of Scholarship, Teaching, and Service.”
Latino Media Arts & Studies hosts Illinois professor to discuss Latino representation in Disney
February 7, 2020
A Latina/Latino studies professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign discussed the ethnically ambiguous representation of Latinidad in Disney films and shows in a Thursday lecture at the Belo Center for New Media.