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UT Briscoe Center for American history receives archives from award-winning photographers
December 5, 2019
Photos of international political, social and cultural life from renowned documentary photographers will enrich the existing collection of historical photography at the University’s Briscoe Center for American History.
Texas Advanced Computing Center receives grant to study chronic pain, opioid
December 5, 2019
The Texas Advanced Computing Center will receive part of a National Institutes of Health grant designed to explore chronic pain and opioid dependence.
UT receives $1.5 million award to establish new data science institute
November 21, 2019
The University received a $1.5 million National Science Foundation award to establish a new institute for data science.
College of Education seeks two faculty members to advance goals interdisciplinary scholarship goals
November 18, 2019
The College of Education is creating two tenure-track faculty positions to make progress toward interdisciplinary education practices.
Artificial intelligence system Fashion ++ helps people make fashion choices
November 6, 2019
A research team at UT has developed an artificial intelligence program to improve people’s clothing choices.
Police officer who helped take down UT Tower shooter receives honorary plaque at Travis County judicial building
October 31, 2019
Ramiro “Ray” Martinez, a former Austin police officer, was honored for his heroism during the UT Tower shooting at a plaque unveiling rededicating a county building in his name.
Hindu Students Association hosts cultural festival Navratri to celebrate women’s contribution to society
October 21, 2019
More than 1,300 students dressed in traditional Indian attire and danced barefoot to live music on-campus Friday evening at the cultural festival Navratri.
Students demand free on-campus menstrual products at first National Period Day rally
October 21, 2019
A crowd of nearly 150 people dressed in red traveled from across Texas to attend the first National Period Day rally to protest the “tampon tax” and end period poverty.
Students decorate gingerbread houses during Events + Entertainment’s Nightmare on Treat Street
October 15, 2019
Halloween-themed music mixed with the echoes of thunder fill outside as students created gingerbread houses and decorated cookies on campus Tuesday evening.
Center for Women’s and Gender Studies offers new five-year degree program
October 7, 2019
The Center for Women’s and Gender Studies is offering a new five-year bachelor’s and master’s program, allowing students to take graduate courses during their junior year.
Austin organization, students hold rally to support protesters in Hong Kong
September 30, 2019
Nearly 100 students, children and families dressed in black and carried yellow umbrellas during a rally at the Capitol Sunday to speak out against reports of human and civil rights abuses against Hong Kong protesters.
Kinsolving Dining implements new pilot dish sorting system
September 24, 2019
Kinsolving Dining is testing a new dish sorting system this semester to speed up dishwashing and create a better work enviornment for the dining staff in all-you-can-eat dining halls.