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UT’s switch to Workday came with more than a few hiccups, but they were to be expected
May 7, 2019
Last November, UT completed its switch to Workday, a cloud-based Enterprise Resource Management system. Simply put, Workday is an online program UT now uses to manage things such as payroll, travel reimbursement, research grants and more.
Amid national measles outbreak, UT doesn’t require MMR vaccine
May 7, 2019
So far this year, 764 individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 23 states, including Texas, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Students organize screening of anxiety documentary to raise awareness for mental illness
May 2, 2019
Plan II students presented a screening of “Angst,” a documentary that aims to raise awareness of anxiety, in Mary E. Gearing Hall on Wednesday.
Students to run, spend night on streets for fundraiser for homeless
April 24, 2019
UT students Nick Salameh and Nick Villareal will be running 15 miles per day for five days straight from May 27-31 to raise money for the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless.
Groups seek to honor cyclist killed in crash, call for change
April 18, 2019
Bike Austin sent a letter to the University calling for immediate changes to San Jacinto Boulevard after the death of Tony Diaz, the 39-year-old cyclist killed in a collision with a CapMetro bus on Jan. 28.
Trump administration 2020 budget proposal calls for elimination of National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities
April 11, 2019
These federal agencies provide grants to museums, institutions and other programs to help fund the preservation of languages, historical research and artistic projects, according to their websites
NBC reporter speaks on experience as a woman in sports broadcasting
April 3, 2019
Entering sports journalism as a woman wasn’t easy for Andrea Joyce, but she was able to remain strong, overcome her critics and make a name for herself in the world of sports.
Retired UT professor becomes first woman to win prestigious prize in mathematics
March 25, 2019
During her 27 years as a professor at the University of Texas, Karen Uhlenbeck contributed to the formation of different math programs and served as a mentor to students and faculty. Now, she is being recognized internationally for her mathematics research.
UT employees report payroll issues since system switch
March 5, 2019
As someone who works on campus, mechanical engineering senior Steven Salazar said he has experienced payroll issues before.
Resource Recovery, UT Farm Stand offer new 'Zero Waste Hero' certification
February 26, 2019
UT Resource Recovery and UT Farm Stand held the first Zero Waste Hero workshop on Monday as part of the new Zero Waste Hero certification program.
Texas THON hosts inaugural Polar Plunge to raise money for Dell Children’s
February 13, 2019
There were about 60 people signed up to jump into the pool at two different times. The first jump took place at 6:30 p.m. and the second jump followed at 6:45 p.m., when the outside temperature was 59 degrees.
Winter Tree Fest showcases forts designed by Austin architects, designers, students
January 27, 2019
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center hosted its annual Winter Tree Fest on Saturday in the Wildflower Center’s arboretum.