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Graduate school implements new name pronunciation software for faculty
November 6, 2019
A new software allows graduate students to upload recordings of their correct name pronunciation onto Canvas to help faculty pronounce their names.
Austin activists introduce $4.4 billion transportation project to influence 2020 transportation bond
October 30, 2019
Three Austin transit activists introduced a nearly $4.4 billion transportation project last week that proposes changes to reduce congestion around campus and the Austin area.
US Army delivers new military robot for UT engineers to develop
October 22, 2019
Future wars could be fought with infantry and robots working together. With a new robot delivery, UT researchers will be developing ways to help the two communicate.
When students are distressed, UT professors sometimes intervene
October 17, 2019
As the Counseling and Mental Health Center says the number of students seeking care for mental health crises continues to rise, professors are sometimes faced with handling students in distress.
New 18-story student housing development begins construction on Nueces
October 9, 2019
Parallel Company, an Austin-based development firm, started construction in September on an 18-story, 558-bedroom student housing community on Nueces and 21st streets that will begin leasing in late spring 2020.
New institute provides veteran family support
October 3, 2019
The Institute for Military and Veteran Family Wellness has officially opened its doors to offer research-based support for student veterans and veteran families.
Women’s boutique Miss Behavin to replace Moojo location on The Drag
September 27, 2019
Women’s boutique Miss Behavin is scheduled to open on The Drag during the first weekend of October. It will be located at the former storefront of ice cream sandwich store Moojo.
Advertising company president and CEO speaks to students on leading positive change
September 19, 2019
Authenticity in advertising and breaking from societal conventions are among the values used by an award-winning advertising agency, the company president and CEO told hundreds of students Thursday.