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Design industry expert joins College of Fine Arts faculty
March 11, 2016
The College of Fine Arts has appointed a new faculty member to help integrate design studies into colleges across the Forty Acres.
Dell Medical School offers cash prize for novel health care ideas in SXSW contest
March 9, 2016
The Dell Medical School is searching for ideas on how to improve the health care system by encouraging community members to submit their thoughts on the evolving health care system.
Researchers evaluate black history in state, national curriculum
March 4, 2016
Two UT staff members from the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis believe a more accurate portrayal of black history and involvement in the United States is needed in Texas and national curriculum plans and textbooks.
UT professors receive $55,000 award for science, engineering research
March 2, 2016
Four UT professors won $55,000 each as part of a fellowship to further their research in engineering and natural sciences.
Guest speaker researches gay sexual contact between straight white men
February 26, 2016
Let’s talk sex. A researcher presented her work Thursday on why homosexual encounters between straight white men have been widely normalized in American culture.
UT students win prize for business card mobile app
February 24, 2016
Three UT students won a $5,000 prize Saturday at the BodyHacking Con 2016 Startup Pitch Competition for pitching their crowd-favorite application ForeverCard.
Research fellow leads study of children coping with parental cancer
February 19, 2016
A research fellow in the School of Social Work is analyzing how children are affected by child-centered intervention programs designed specifically for those whose parents have cancer in the hopes of encouraging these initiatives.
UT scholar: Police reform requires public action
February 10, 2016
Police reform not only requires action from the federal government, but also requires the community to hold officers accountable, according to Christy E. Lopez, UT School of Law’s current G. Rollie White Public Interest Scholar.
UT sticks with previous admissions requirements, despite new SAT format
February 5, 2016
UT will not make changes to its current admissions requirements despite the new SAT taking effect this March.
UT researcher discusses glacier research
January 29, 2016
When it comes to learning about how glaciers change and move, scientists have only scratched the tip of the iceberg, according to one UT researcher.