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Dell Medical, LBJ Schools team up to offer dual degree in medicine, public affairs
December 3, 2020
The program, which is currently accepting applications for fall 2021 through Dec. 15, will allow medical students to earn a Master of Public Affairs in addition to their medical degree in about four years.
Austin City Council earmarks $7.5 million for research partnership with UT-Austin
October 26, 2020
The agreement aims to remove administrative barriers to joint research efforts and allow the city to work more efficiently with UT researchers without having to approve each individual project.
Department of Homeland Security proposes fixed end dates, changes international student, scholar visa process
October 18, 2020
The Department of Homeland Security proposed a rule establishing fixed end dates on student visas, which would likely limit international student programs and post-graduation opportunities, according to a DHE press release.
UT-Austin students create tool exhibiting police PAC contributions to local representatives
September 30, 2020
Two UT students launched a website last week that allows its users to learn about campaign contributions representatives receive from police political action committees in Texas local elections.
Horns Up Night goes virtual for UT-Austin freshmen
September 25, 2020
The pep rally-style event designed to introduce incoming undergraduates to UT was made into a video and streamed online. Ninety-five people tuned in live on Thursday to watch
UT-Austin student petition calls for mandatory COVID-19 testing
September 20, 2020
A petition calling for UT to implement weekly, mandatory COVID-19 testing for all students has received 323 signatures as of Sunday, a week after its creation.