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Association awards faculty members
November 30, 2010
Seven UT faculty members were named for a $5,000 award for teaching excellence.
Cultural exchange promoted through International Education Week
November 16, 2010
More than 2,000 students left Austin to study abroad last school year, and this fall about twice as many international students from 115 countries came to the city to study at UT.
Austinites split over Prop. 1 proposal
November 2, 2010
Austin residents will decide Tuesday whether a $90 million bond proposal to fund road improvements and build sidewalks and bike lanes is an effective solution to the city’s transportation problems.
National Trust asks residents to reflect on local identity, preservation of culture
October 26, 2010
When UT graduate Jason Clement asked Austinites to describe their city in one word, some of the most popular answers were eclectic, weird, confused and home.
Grants aid in biology research with quick-evolving plant DNA
October 26, 2010
Biology professor Robert Jansen and three colleagues received a $2.4 million research grant from the National Science Foundation to study the DNA sequences in 16 plant species.
Study: males likely to prize commitment, love with sex
October 10, 2010
Men are more likely than women to be satisfied from sex motivated by a relationship based on love and commitment, according to a study by UT psychology researchers.
Blanton asks guests to examine works closely
April 19, 2010
After Aida Prazak attended Slow Art Day at the Blanton Museum of Art on Saturday, she was inspired to go home and create some artwork of her own.