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Be That One hosts Suicide Prevention Week
September 24, 2019
Be That One, the Counseling and Mental Health Center’s suicide prevention program, hosted six events last week encouraging students to speak openly about mental health.
UT rises in U.S. News university rankings, remains top Texas public university
September 15, 2019
The nationwide rank of UT’s undergraduate program rose one spot in the newest edition of the US News and World Report released last week, jumping from No. 15 to No. 14 among public universities. UT was also ranked by US News as the top public university in Texas again this year.
Median family income of UT students is $123,900
April 24, 2019
According to the UT Report to the Governor, more than 50% of reported family incomes of UT students enrolled in 2018 were greater than the national median income of $61,372, cited by the U.S. Census Bureau.
UT grads expand pediatric company
April 18, 2019
The emergency room — often the first stop for parents when their children are sick — can be more than an hour away for residents in rural Texas.
Advice line assists students with behavior concerns, safety
April 11, 2019
Worried for a friend showing depressive symptoms, Carol Li said she called the Behavior Concerns Advice line.
Sexual assault survivors speak out at Take Back the Night hosted by UT’s Voices Against Violence
April 3, 2019
More than 100 people gathered in Waggener Hall as performers, speakers and community leaders commemorated and celebrated sexual assault survivors Wednesday night.
Hyperloop could connect Dallas, Austin, Houston, Laredo in minutes
March 27, 2019
During South by Southwest, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced the creation of the Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology Council to identify and determine regulations for bringing the hyperloop to commercialization.
Students lobby against unaffordable education
March 27, 2019
Texas is one of the few remaining states where professional licenses can be revoked from people who have defaulted on student loans.
Professors sometimes don’t know what to do for students struggling with mental health
March 5, 2019
Over the course of his 30 years of teaching, undergraduate studies professor Lee Walker has experienced panic and concern for students and their mental health.
Movie studios use fake tweets to generate buzz
March 4, 2019
To attract customers to movies, studios use fake Twitter accounts and hire real Twitter accounts to post overly positive messages about their movies, according to a recent study co-authored by a UT professor.
In Memoriam: Master San Yoon’s 21 Years at UT
February 14, 2019
San Yoon paid close attention to his thousands of students in Bellmont Hall, from correcting each individual student’s form to making sure their belts were engraved with the correct names
Professors discuss conflict between democracy, populism in new book
February 6, 2019
In the United States, where courts have worked against President Donald Trump’s Refugee Admissions Program and Congress has lacked the consensus needed to modify the Affordable Care Act, institutions have kept Trump in check, government professor Kurt Weyland said at a talk Wednesday.
McCombs School of Business ranked No. 5 in nation
September 13, 2017
The McCombs School of Business ranked No. 5 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 ranking of best undergraduate business programs, released this month.