With the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris approaching in November and December, organizations around the world — including those in Austin and on campus — are building momentum for demand on climate action.
As refugee death tolls continue to rise, misconceptions about migrants and refugees must be addressed, said a representative of Amnesty International at a presentation Tuesday about the migrant crisis in Europe.
Between now and the spring of 2018, UT faculty will travel to Lahore four times to conduct intensive filmmaking courses, while 16 scholars from Pakistan will visit UT to work with RTF students and faculty on collaborative film projects.
For the UT libraries, which constantly grapple with a small number of powerful, dollar-minded research journal publishers over the cost of texts, solving a minor financial crisis could entail taking a step back from the age-old industry altogether.
CIA director John Brennan and other top officials gathered at the LBJ Library to release 2,500 previously classified presidential briefs that will shed light on decisions made by former President John F. Kennedy and former President Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960s.