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College of Liberal Arts to offer three SMOCs in the fall
August 9, 2014
The College of Liberal Arts has expanded its synchronous massive online course offerings for the fall semester by an additional course for fall semester.
Student group participates in 'Texas Stands with Gaza' protest
August 3, 2014
A group of UT students participated in the “Texas Stands with Gaza” protest of more than 3,000 at the Texas State Capitol on Saturday.
Perry announces surge of National Guard troops to Texas-Mexico border
July 22, 2014
Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday that he will deploy 1,000 state National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border.
UT researchers prevent worms from getting drunk
July 20, 2014
Neuroscience researchers at the University reported they successfully prevented mutant worms from becoming intoxicated by alcohol in “The Journal of Neuroscience” in July.
President Powers to stay on until June 2015
July 9, 2014
In an unexpected decision, UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa announced President William Powers Jr. will remain in his position until June 2, 2015 in a statement on Wednesday.
Women’s engineering group flies in NASA aircraft to test new material
July 8, 2014
Students in a women’s engineering group at UT became the first people to test how a new material burns in microgravity in early June.
UT researchers develop new method to enrich stable isotopes
July 3, 2014
UT physicists have invented a new method, called Magnetically Activated and Guided Isotope Separation, or MAGIS, to increase efficiency, affordability and environmental sustainability of stable isotope enrichment.
Vice provost and director of admissions to leave UT
June 29, 2014
Kedra Ishop, vice provost and director of admissions, is leaving her position at the University in July after working in the admissions office for 16 years.
UT engineering program receives $12 million to research reducing greenhouse gas emissions
June 20, 2014
The University’s Center for Frontiers of Subsurface Energy Security received a $12 million grant from the DOE to continue researching carbon storage challenges aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
University’s Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis appoints new director
June 12, 2014
The University’s Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis appointed Kevin Cokley, an educational psychology and African and African diaspora studies professor, as its new director in May.