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Jackson School of Geosciences leads research mission
October 19, 2017
Jackson School of Geosciences researchers are one step closer to understanding the properties of frozen methane hydrate, which is a potential future energy resource, with the help of recently obtained samples.
Steve Hicks School of Social Work has highest four-year graduation rate
October 17, 2017
The Steve Hicks School of Social Work’s 83 percent four-year graduation rate is the highest of all UT schools, according to the most recent data published by the University in 2013.
College of Education increases graduation rate by 15 percent
October 13, 2017
The College of Education’s four-year graduation rate has increased over 15 percent from 2016 to 2017, with 81.4 percent of undergraduate students graduating within four years in 2017.
Local mental health care to be addressed by UT with $1.8 million grant
October 9, 2017
With a new $1.8 million federal grant, UT will train students to improve mental health care for low-income and uninsured populations in Travis County.
Santa Muerte, the fastest growing religion in the Americas
October 5, 2017
Santa Muerte is the fastest growing religion in the Americas, said Andrew Chestnut, a professor of religious studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, in a lecture on Wednesday.
Harry Ransom Center acquires archives of Michael Ondaatje
October 2, 2017
The Harry Ransom Center recently acquired the archives of Michael Ondaatje, a Canadian poet and novelist best known for writing “The English Patient.”
The pending creation of College to Career will place emphasis on life after college
September 28, 2017
The College to Career program will now be able to launch due to recently announced funding from the University.
Aiming for inclusion, the College of Fine Arts expands the Guest Artist Initiative
September 25, 2017
To expand understanding of underrepresented culture and viewpoints, the College of Fine Arts will now allow its Guest Artist Initiative to accept student proposals.
Professor talks about historical progression of presidential role
September 21, 2017
The role of the president has grown too big for one person to handle, Jeremi Suri, public affairs and history professor, said in an LBJ School of Public Affairs lecture on Wednesday.
Texas Exes 'Black Homecoming' recognizes distinguished black students, alumni
September 10, 2017
Hundreds of black UT alumni descended on Austin over the weekend for the Texas Exes Black Alumni Network's ninth annual Alumni Homecoming.
Larger class sizes weaken academic performance
August 31, 2016
Guest columnist Anna Lassmann discusses why students should prefer smaller classes — and what they can do to make their larger classes better for them.
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