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Study shows corporal punishment in schools is biased, harmful
October 24, 2016
Corporal punishment in schools is not a pertinent issue in the minds’ of most Americans, but approximately 160,000 children, especially minorities, still experience this practice yearly.
College of Pharmacy combats opioid overdoses with campus campaign
October 4, 2016
UT College of Pharmacy spearheads Operation Naloxone: the nation’s first campus-wide college opioid-overdose prevention initiative.
Professor expands LGBT research into practice and policy
September 27, 2016
Stephen Russell, a UT sociology and human development and family sciences professor, is bringing together research, practice and policy to improve the lives of LGBT youth in K-12 schools.
Facebook puts safety in the hands of their users
September 9, 2016
Facebook wants to make crisis-reporting a community effort.
UT researcher discover forgetting can be hard work for brain
April 27, 2016
Don’t think about the pink elephant.
UT student organization leads charge for campus sustainability
April 20, 2016
The Campus Environmental Center is a group of students dedicated to keeping our earth happy and habitable — starting right here on campus.
UT professors collaborate, improve robot soccer team
April 4, 2016
Balance doesn’t come as easy to a robot as it does to famous soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. UT professors Michael Mauk and Peter Stone are solving this inequality with computers and cerebellums.
Dell Medical School curriculum prepares students for 21st century healthcare
March 10, 2016
The Dell Medical School, which opens this June, will introduce a new curriculum to expose medical students to a wide range of disciplines that they would not experience at a traditional medical school.
UT graduate students change the world of energy
March 1, 2016
UT students are lowering electricity bills, using nanoparticle to look at oil reservoirs and making phone batteries last longer.
UT bioinformaticians bring life science researchers into age of big data
February 8, 2016
Genomics. Transcriptomics. Proteomics. Researchers across campus need help with the advanced software necessary in a world of “-omics” technologies.