Of the 13 defendants, eight are former or current UT-Austin students, including business, chemistry, mathematics and psychology majors. At the press conference, investigators said sales were over $1 million.
The program, which is currently accepting applications for fall 2021 through Dec. 15, will allow medical students to earn a Master of Public Affairs in addition to their medical degree in about four years.
As the end of the fall semester approaches, The Daily Texan sat down with UT President Jay Hartzell to ask about some of the biggest news across the Forty Acres this semester: UT’s COVID-19 response, his $1.25 million salary, recent pass/fail and Q-drop expansions and UT’s alma mater, “The Eyes of Texas.”
Jonathan Robb, director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stated that health care personnel and long-term care facility workers will be the first to get vaccines. He said UT’s plan will follow the CDC’s guidelines when distributing vaccines.