The College of Liberal Arts received a $1 million endowment to establish a new professorship in secular studies from a retired psychology professor from the Illinois Institute of Technology and University of Arkansas.
The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection displayed the origins of the UT Center for Mexican American Studies on Thursday at the exhibit “CMAS at 50: A Legacy of Scholarship, Teaching, and Service.”
UT-Rio Grande Valley has the least graduate debt of public institutions in the nation, while UT-Austin graduates have double the amount of debt UTRGV has, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 rankings.
An assistant professor at the UT School of Information received more than $1 million last month in grant funding to research how to create more accurate and representative artificial intelligence applications, according to the School of Information’s press release from Feb. 5.
UT’s Red McCombs School of Business was ranked among the top six business schools in the United States for positive social responsibility and impact, according to the 2020 Positive Impact Rating report for Business Schools.
UT students of color have filed testimonies with a civil rights association to defend the University’s affirmative action policy. The students are defending the policy against a national organization which claims the use of race in admissions harms white and Asian applicants.