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UberAIR partners with Cockrell engineers
August 26, 2018
Uber plans to take its services to the skies and has enlisted UT to help them get there.
McCombs partners with VA to solve fraud, inefficiency problems
December 1, 2016
Four students in the Master of Science in Business Analytics program are working alongside an analytics team at the VA Financial Services Center in Austin to develop a capstone project.
Texas Blazers collect donations for Austin refugees
November 21, 2016
The Texas Blazers wrapped up their week-long Drive to Provide initiative on Friday, which collected donations and raised awareness for Austin-area refugees.
Moody faculty initiative offers free speech and language screenings for children
November 18, 2016
A faculty initiative in the Moody College of Communication is offering free speech and language screenings to children who suffer from hearing loss and can’t afford treatment.
Dinner in the Dark shows students what it’s like to live with visual disability
November 13, 2016
Students stumbled their way through a pitch black room, feeling their way along the backs of chairs to find a seat at the crowded dinner table. For just under two hours Thursday night, these students got a taste of what it’s like to be blind.
UT celebrates Texas Arbor Day, educates community about trees
November 6, 2016
UT Landscape Services celebrated Texas Arbor Day on Friday by planting trees next to the turtle pond, educating the UT community about tree care and giving away seedlings grown from seeds gathered from campus.
Former Sanders supporter votes Clinton despite doubts
November 4, 2016
“I don’t like to think about what America would look like [under a Donald Trump presidency].”
Moody research analyzes public opinion on politics, media
October 31, 2016
Annette Strauss Institute publishes research findings concerning public opinion on politics, media.
Digitized Latin American Collection signals steps toward open access
October 28, 2016
As of last month, select materials from UT’s Benson Latin American Collection library can now be digitally accessed by UT students and by people living in the furthest reaches of the globe through a combined effort by Google Books and HathiTrust.
Society of Professional Mediators hosts election discussion
October 24, 2016
Students talk election issues during Society of Professional Mediators-facilitated discussion.
Atheists 'auction souls,' raise money for Secular Student Alliance
October 16, 2016
Secular Student Alliance invites students to send them to church during fundraiser.
White supremacy posters spotted, removed by anti-fascists
October 13, 2016
Mysterious posters bearing symbols associated with white supremacy were spotted around campus earlier this month, only to be torn down and replaced by anti-fascism flyers reading “Good Night White Pride.”
UTHealth urology professor elected president of Sexual Medicine Society
October 3, 2016
Sexual Medicine Society of North America elects UTHealth professor Run Wang as president.
Kickball tournament marks beginning of Suicide Prevention Week
September 26, 2016
Kickball tournament offers fun, interactive way for students to launch Suicide Prevention Week.
Ministry mixer offers opportunity for networking, worship
September 23, 2016
Illuminated by the light of the Tower, a congregation of approximately 70 students from various campus ministries gathered to worship and meet with fellow Christians in their majors Thursday night.
LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes announces inaugural director
September 19, 2016
S. Gail Eckhardt selected from the University of Colorado at Denver as director of LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes.
Architecture school launches diversity program
September 9, 2016
The School of Architecture plans to launch a new program addressing race, gender and experience that will be taught by architecture lecturers Anna Brand and Andrea Roberts starting this spring.
Psychiatry chair delivers lecture about department’s future
September 1, 2016
Stephen Strakowski, inaugural chair of the Psychiatry Department at the new Dell Medical School, held an hour-long informational session Thursday afternoon to discuss his research plans and ultimate goals for the department.