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Students utilize HornRaiser for upcoming extracurriculars
December 5, 2016
As the semester winds down, students continue to use HornRaiser, UT’s official crowdfunding platform, to raise funds for extracurricular activities in the spring and summer.
Undergraduates show off research in competition
November 30, 2016
The three winners of the Texas Research Showdown were announced after the six finalists presented their research to a panel of student and faculty judges on Nov. 15.
Plan II senior receives Rhodes Scholarship
November 29, 2016
For the 31st time in the school’s history, UT Austin is sending a Rhodes scholar to the University of Oxford.
Nueces Mosque reconstruction project to begin in 2018
November 21, 2016
Nueces Mosque leaders hope to begin reconstruction project in the coming years.
Professors publish research on campaign finance
November 16, 2016
Individuals donate more to political campaigns than political action committees do, according to research from McCombs professors.
UT earns spot on community service honor roll
November 14, 2016
The Corporation for National and Community Service has recognized UT on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for meaningful service programs that benefit students and their community.
American Studies has its 75 year anniversary at UT
November 9, 2016
Seventy-five years after its inception, American Studies at UT is celebrating decades of scholarship and accomplished graduates.
UT robot soccer team wins 3D simulation at RoboCup 2016
November 1, 2016
UT Austin Villa robot soccer team placed first in an exhibition tournament in Beijing, China, last week.
Art historian lectures on the art and excellence of Rembrandt
October 25, 2016
The prolific Dutch painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn excelled despite competition from his contemporaries, setting an example for students looking to succeed among their peers.
Grad student speaks on rhetoric and voter support
October 19, 2016
Uninformed voters are likely to support candidates who have been imprisoned for relevant political reasons, according to the research findings of a government Ph.D. candidate.
McCombs and Dell continue collaboration to tackle healthcare delivery
October 18, 2016
Dell Medical School and the McCombs School of Business are partnering to tackle issues within the healthcare system by applying business principles to the industry.
Dell Medical’s pilot seeks to create scalable and updated referral process
September 28, 2016
Dell Medical refines medical referral process through its musculoskeletal pilot.
Lawyer gives talk on legal, humanitarian repercussions of climate change
September 27, 2016
Sumudu Atapattu, the director of Research Centers and a senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Law School, spoke on the relationship between human and environmental rights in a talk Monday hosted by the Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice.
Historian gives talk on qualities of a successful president
September 21, 2016
Attorney, author and historian Talmage Boston gave a talk about his “Ten Commandments of Presidential Leadership” on Tuesday.
UT drops to No. 56 in 2017 U.S. News Rankings, McCombs up to No. 6
September 20, 2016
UT-Austin ranked No. 56 in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report National Universities ranking, dropping four spots from last year, with the McCombs School of Business rising one place to No. 6 in the nation.
Therapist, former musician talks discovering potential as musician
September 15, 2016
Dana Fonteneau, cellist, somatic psychotherapist and creator of the WholeHearted Musician — a business centered on helping musicians reach their artistic, financial and professional goals — spoke to an audience about building a healthy and realistic career path as a musician.
Housing initiative for recovering addicts to begin next fall
September 9, 2016
UT and the Center for Students in Recovery are initiating a new project called Healthy Lifestyles Living Learning Community to support students who have started their journey to permanent sobriety.
Fitness promotion period raises hopes for new school year
August 29, 2016
UT RecSports held a “Try Before You Buy” campaign from Aug. 24–28 at Gregory Gym in an attempt to promote the variety of exercise options students have on campus.