Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

All content by Mara Ramazanoglu
Study shows rise in alternative health approaches to manage pain and stress

Study shows rise in alternative health approaches to manage pain and stress

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter February 20, 2024

A greater percentage of U.S. adults are using complementary health approaches, such as yoga and meditation, according to a study published last month in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The...

Younger Americans are being diagnosed with cancer at higher rates, study finds

Younger Americans are being diagnosed with cancer at higher rates, study finds

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter February 16, 2024

Younger Americans are being diagnosed with certain types of cancer at higher rates, according to a study published on Jan. 17 by the American Cancer Society. Adults under 50 are receiving cancer diagnoses...

UT alum works to increase lifespan of dogs

UT alum works to increase lifespan of dogs

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter February 15, 2024

The field of dog anti-aging and longevity research is becoming more prevalent in veterinary medicine, and one company, founded by a UT alumna, is expecting major progress on the horizon. UT neuroscience...

A visitor walks through the exhibition Public Works: Art by Elizabeth Olds at the Harry Ransom Center on Wednesday. From depictions of Depression-era America to captivating childrens books, the exhibition contains over 100 prints, paintings and illustrations that explore Olds artistic legacy. To the left is an image of her color lithograph titled Miners from 1937.

New exhibition celebrates the work of author, illustrator, activist Elizabeth Olds

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter February 7, 2024

The Harry Ransom Center opened a new exhibit titled “Public Works: Art by Elizabeth Olds” on Feb. 3 showcasing her passion for activism and accessible art. The exhibit features a wide variety of...

UT professor named first woman director of Center for Space Research

UT professor named first woman director of Center for Space Research

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter February 2, 2024

Lori Magruder, an associate professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, was recently named the first woman director of the UT Center for Space Research. Magruder...

Rain falls outside the entrance to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center on Jan. 24.

UT field stations research provide broad insight into drought impacts

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter January 24, 2024

Robert Plowes, UT research scientist, contributed to the foundation of drought research using field stations, providing insight into global responses to dry conditions for the last 15 years. “I was...

A look ahead to implementing AI in classroom instruction

A look ahead to implementing AI in classroom instruction

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter January 17, 2024

As artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT become more accessible, some researchers believe the technology may soon find its way into everyday classroom instruction. Representatives from federal...

Christina Diaz, an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Rice University, spoke at Patton Hall on her ongoing research over the debate of whether indignity and legal status is associated with health.

Rice professor speaks on the health advantages of Latin American immigrants

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter November 29, 2023

Christina Diaz, an assistant sociology professor at Rice University, shared explanations of why the Hispanic immigrant population has overall better health outcomes than other United States foreign populations...

Firstgen_0828_BarbraDaly(FirstGen)

Research panel advises first-generation students on how to navigate research

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter November 12, 2023

In celebration of 2023 First-Gen Week, a committee in the UT Senate of College Councils gathered first-generation students, researchers and faculty on Nov. 6 to speak about their personal experiences with...

Alumni Cynthia Rhodes-Patterson, Trevante Rhodes, and Dr. Nathaniel Hughes with moderator Public Health Graduate student-athlete Marolyn Nwore speak at the 38th Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights in Rowling Hall on Nov. 2, 2023. They spoke about their own student-athlete experiences at the University of Texas at Austin and in their own current professional fields.

Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights celebrates the ‘game changers’ in communities

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter November 5, 2023

The University held the 38th annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights to celebrate this year’s recipients of the Heman Sweatt Legacy Award and recognize “game changers” in the community on Thursday.  The...

A student speaks during the UndocuVoices Panel on October 25, 2023.

Undocu Voices Panel speaks on immigrant activism, supporting undocumented students

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter November 1, 2023

The Monarch Program invited panelists to share their personal experiences with immigrant activism and information on how to support undocumented students on campus to celebrate I Stand With Immigrants...

UT program lets students get head start on graduate-level accounting courses

UT program lets students get head start on graduate-level accounting courses

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter October 25, 2023

UT launched a new program this semester for non-accounting undergraduate students to get an early start on the Master in Professional Accounting degree. The MPA Bridge program allows both McCombs and...

UT computer science researchers develop Chipmunk system to ensure file systems’ integrity

UT computer science researchers develop Chipmunk system to ensure file systems’ integrity

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter October 18, 2023

UT computer science researchers developed a new tool that aims to improve a computer file system’s integrity and reliability. The Chipmunk system is designed to test the file systems in computers...

UT Student Government launches new agency to lessen student stress of food insecurity

UT Student Government launches new agency to lessen student stress of food insecurity

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter October 1, 2023

UT Student Government launched a new Food Insecurity Action Agency in September to aid students experiencing food insecurity.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as the inconsistent...

UT students in the Data Lab at the PCL on September 25, 2023.

Texas Open Science Summit celebrates the ‘Year of Open Science’

Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter September 27, 2023

The Texas Open Science Summit brought together research experts to celebrate 2023’s designation as the “Year of Open Science” on Sept. 20. Open science, as defined by the United Nations Educational,...

Activate Search
Mara Ramazanoglu