Advocates of equal benefits for GLBT faculty and staff won two victories this semester, as the UT Human Resource Services department and the Division of Housing and Food Service are each reviewing policies in an effort to increase access for GLBT employees and their partners.
The challenges and opportunities in cancer research in Texas are progressing with the establishment of a new cancer research institute, a topic addressed by a Nobel Prize-winning biochemist in his presentation at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on Tuesday.
Several members of the Faculty Council asked UT Provost Steven Leslie on Monday how the central administration would assist academic centers through the budget cuts and challenged him on the measurements used to determine the productivity of the centers.
As a popular UT history professor finished his last class Friday, wrapping up 29 years at the University, former students and colleagues honored him with a jazz band ensemble that played “When the Saints Go Marching In.”
UT photography students said the photos they submitted to the exhibition of the UT chapter of the National Press Photographers Association on Sunday night were not necessarily geared toward publication in newspapers.