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Listening with Landmarks initiative connects visual, physical art
December 5, 2019
The University’s public art program is incorporating music into collections on campus with a new initiative called Listening with Landmarks.
TX Votes members recognized by ALL IN Democracy Challenge for increasing student voting participation
November 20, 2019
The University’s voting turnout for eligible student voters improved to 65.6% in 2018 from 23.5% in 2014, according to a University press release.
UT celebrates Geographic Information Science Day by launching new geospatial tool
November 14, 2019
The University celebrated Geographic Information System Day on Wednesday by educating faculty and students about the growing field of research during several events across campus.
Briscoe Center acquires artifacts from 1960s activist
November 7, 2019
The University recently acquired artifacts and letters from Abbie Hoffman, a 1960s social activist and prominent counterculture figure.
Dean of Dell Medical School elected to National Academy of Medicine
October 31, 2019
After serving as the first dean for Dell Medical School, Clay Johnston has received one of the most prestigious honors in the medical field.
UT School of Information offers new School Librarian Certificate Program
October 24, 2019
The School of Information will offer a new certificate program this month to help students become more skilled and qualified librarians.
School of Information grant to connect data engineering and public interest
October 15, 2019
A grant awarded to the School of Information will support a spring 2020 conference dedicated to bridging the gap between public interest work and informatics, a field of study which merges data engineering and public health.
UT alumni help incarcerated mothers read to their children
October 9, 2019
Incarcerated mothers are getting the chance to read children’s books to their kids through the Women’s Storybook Project.
The College of Education ‘Reimagines Education’ with new campaign
October 3, 2019
The UT College of Education will prepare students and faculty for the diverse challenges affecting education with a new campaign.
Entrepreneur talks venture capitalism in Fireside Chat
September 24, 2019
In order to succeed, student entrepreneurs should take chances on certain investments even when money is lost, venture capitalist Scott Kupor said Tuesday morning during an on-campus Fireside Chat.
Tony Award winner joins UT as executive director of Texas Performing Arts
September 11, 2019
Continuing his work in the fine arts, Tony Award winner Bob Bursey will join the Forty Acres as the new executive director of Texas Performing Arts.
Austin FC partners with UT students to help build experience, grow fan base
September 9, 2019
ajor League Soccer team Austin FC and the University’s sport management program are partnering to allow students to gain experience while creating a presence for the team on campus.
Central Health planning to demolish, redevelop building for Dell Medical School
August 29, 2019
Over $460 million will gradually fund accessible health care in Travis County through a partnership between the University, Central Health and the 2033 Higher Education Development Foundation.
Thousands of students from across the globe Mooov-In to on-campus residence halls
August 26, 2019
Around 7,400 UT students from 39 countries and 43 states Moooved-In last week to the on-campus residence halls.
UT hosts first audiology white coat ceremony
May 9, 2019
UT audiology doctoral students will take a symbolic next step into their professional careers Saturday with the first annual audiology white coat ceremony
Plant biologist Keiko Torii joins UT Austin faculty
April 25, 2019
Plant biologist Keiko Torii will be joining UT’s molecular bioscience department this coming fall and continuing her research into stomata and how plant cells grow.
UT Air Force ROTC wins Team of the Year
April 18, 2019
UT’s Detachment 825 Air Force ROTC program was named Team of the Year this semester after competing against 144 university detachments and 892 high school units for the title last fall.
Class of 2019 senior gift aims to improve UT Libraries
April 12, 2019
Nearing the end of their time on the Forty Acres, the class of 2019 is giving back to campus with this year’s senior gift, the Library Tomorrow Fund.
IFC emphasizes safety resources ahead of Roundup
March 28, 2019
In preparation for the 89th annual Roundup this weekend, the Texas Interfaternity Council is taking extra steps to make sure attendees are safe and informed about resources available to them.
Seniors display artwork in exhibition
March 10, 2019
For one final time while at UT, seniors in the Department of Art and Art History got the chance to display some of their artwork in the senior art exhibition.
Explore UT takes over campus
March 4, 2019
Hundreds of people across the state of Texas got to explore their interests on Saturday while seeing some of what the Forty Acres has to offer at Explore UT.
Jester West renovations expected to be finished this summer after year-long delay
February 28, 2019
Six years after renovations began in Jester West Residence Hall, the building now has just two floors left of air conditioning, bathrooms and plumbing fixtures to update.
City council initiatives look to help the homeless
February 18, 2019
A new city council initiative aims to alleviate homelessness by increasing funding for homeless assistance programs.
Zumba takes over Gregory Gym Plaza
February 7, 2019
Outdoor Voices and UT RecSports teamed up Wednesday afternoon in an effort to get students active by hosting an outdoor Zumba class followed by complimentary pizza