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Students raise money to build sanitation station in Thailand
November 17, 2017
Seven UT students will travel across the world in May to the village of Don Kang, Thailand, to build a sanitation station for an elementary school.
Research illustrates how wind contributes to the melting of glaciers
November 12, 2017
The Totten Glacier could contribute to more than 11 feet of sea level rise as it slowly melts from beneath, and geoscience graduate student Chad Greene’s research could help predict the rate of the potential resulting climate change.
$2 million LED display installed in Frank Erwin Center
November 8, 2017
Just in time for the basketball season openers, a new $2 million center-hung video system was installed last Wednesday in the Frank Erwin Center.
IBM gives students hands-on design experience
November 3, 2017
International Business Machines recruits more graduates from UT than any other college in the world, and they are continuing to strengthen that relationship through a design thinking class offered for the first time this semester.
Chemistry lecturer’s science demonstrations blow up
November 1, 2017
From breathing fire to setting a balloon alight, chemistry lecturer Kate Biberdorf’s explosive demonstrations — and herself — have recently been featured by news media and other programs.
Fine arts professor creates series as resource on music, social justice
October 27, 2017
Fine arts professor Andrew Dell’Antonio started a new publications series, “Music and Social Justice,” last week as a resource for those interested in the way music impacts and changes society.
Engineering professor’s algorithm may make brain surgery easier
October 20, 2017
In an effort to transform brain surgery, engineering professor George Biros and his team will begin clinical testing early next year on their algorithm designed for in-depth analysis of tumors.
Studio art professor inspires set design of international dance performance
October 18, 2017
The hundreds of scissors featured in studio art professor Beili Liu’s art installation, “Mending Project,” inspired the set design for an ongoing worldwide dance performance.
Egyptian government holds UT alumni in solitary confinement for 100 days
October 12, 2017
UT alumni Ola al-Qaradawi and Hosam Khalaf passed the 100-day mark of living in solitary confinement Monday after being detained by the Egyptian government.
Evan Smith discusses fake news
October 5, 2017
President Donald Trump is consciously attempting to diminish the public’s faith in the media by calling real journalism fake news, said Evan Smith, CEO and co-founder of the Texas Tribune, during a lecture on Wednesday.
Harvey campus-wide drive ends Sept. 29
September 28, 2017
The Help for Harvey drive is making a final push for donations before the Sept. 29 end of the crusade to assist Hurricane Harvey victims.
Gender gap prevalent in US attorney nominations by Trump
September 19, 2017
President Donald Trump has chosen only one woman to fill one of the 42 nominated U.S. attorney positions, illustrating a large gender equality gap at the highest level of the justice system.
Welch Foundation awards $500,000 to engineering professor
September 13, 2017
Mechanical engineering professor John Goodenough will receive the $500,000 Welch Award in October for his pioneering research in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries that changed how the world uses portable electronic devices.
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