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Director of Sustainability talks about health district
November 19, 2017
UT Director of Sustainability Jim Walker held a brief presentation on Friday regarding the status of Waller Creek, Dell Medical and the burgeoning health district with regard to the environment.
Social work students receive opioid overdose response training
November 12, 2017
Operation Naloxone held their first overdose response training for social work students on Friday, just a few weeks after President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency in late October.
Leigh Steinberg, real-life ‘Jerry Maguire,’ talks honor and character
November 6, 2017
Oscar De La Hoya, Troy Aikman, Evander Holyfield and Vince Young all have one thing in common — Leigh Steinberg.
Center for Women’s and Gender Studies BA celebrates anniversary
November 5, 2017
Over the weekend, the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies celebrated the 10th anniversary of the inception of their bachelor’s degree program.
Forum discusses modern slavery in prisons
October 31, 2017
The difficult dialogue began with a dark auditorium and a film screening, displaying the long history of the incarceration of African-Americans for the 80 students and community members in attendance.
Students compete for charity donations
October 30, 2017
While some spent this Saturday celebrating Halloween, students competing in Texas Charity Pitch spent the day rehearsing slide shows and memorizing statistics to win up to $2,000 for their chosen charity.
UT students participate in global hackathon
October 23, 2017
Teams in over 40 cities around the globe, including Austin, participated in a weekend-long hackathon from Friday to Sunday.
Gone to Natural Sciences kicks off week of events
October 17, 2017
Despite Hurricane Harvey’s disruption at the beginning of the semester, the Natural Sciences Council was finally able to kick off Natural Sciences Week on Monday.
UT Brainstorms holds conversation on autism
October 15, 2017
Having a limited scope of interests and repeating behaviors are sometimes signs exhibited in people with autism, said neurology assistant professor Audrey Brumback during a panel about autism on Saturday.
Recent UT NABJ-Grads discuss careers
October 9, 2017
The UT-Austin National Association of Black Journalists organized a panel of recent UT-NABJ graduates on Monday to discuss the transition from college to the work force.
Facebook and Newseum partnership tackles ‘fake news’
October 8, 2017
In a world with instant shares and retweets, it has never been easier for “fake news” to spread quickly.
UT Police Department offers 'ride alongs'
October 2, 2017
Although the UT Police Department uses various initiatives to promote community outreach, one of the lesser-known options is the department’s Ride Along Program, which allows students to shadow a senior police officer as they go about their patrols.
Radio-television-film professor discusses career turning points at Media Industry Conversation
September 25, 2017
When asked about her decade-long career in television, executive producer Felicia Henderson, who has worked on television shows including “Everybody Hates Chris,” “Sister, Sister” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” said the industry holds a lot of surprises.
Four alumna discuss obstacles at Women in Science panel
September 25, 2017
Last Friday, a young woman in the audience of a campus lecture hall asked a panel of mathematicians and scientists how she was supposed to cope in a world that is so hard and confusing for women.
2017 Gwyn David Lecture given by marketing CEO Shama Hyder
September 19, 2017
On Monday, Moody College of Communication hosted Hyder, a UT alumna and CEO of the Marketing Zen Group — a global online marketing and digital PR company — to speak about the future of social media and digital marketing.
Summer Sunset Shindig shows off local artists, fundraises for Voices Against Violence
September 17, 2017
Voices Against Violence hosted a fundraising event for students and the community to listen to music and to promote its organization Saturday afternoon.
Study Abroad Fair provides options for everyone
September 12, 2017
Students filled the Gregory Gym Plaza for the fall study abroad fair Tuesday, visiting the tables of more than 80 different study abroad programs offering destinations around the globe.
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