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School of Social Work undertakes oral history project
May 2, 2016
Students in the School of Social Work are collaborating with older Jewish adults in an oral history project to collect stories and learn from various members of the Austin Jewish community.
School of Nursing collaboration aims to address healthcare inequality
April 26, 2016
The School of Nursing has formed new partnerships this month with various Austin-area nonprofit community health organizations to address health care inequality in the city’s low-income populations.
UT Libraries project organizes historical data
April 20, 2016
Historical dates and periods can now be more easily analyzed thanks to a web project developed by UT researchers in collaboration with the University of Texas Libraries.
New LBJ exhibit showcases Vietnam War
April 14, 2016
At a new exhibit in the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library, students can place themselves in the former president’s shoes as he decides the fate of our country.
Population Research Center examines lack of data for LGBT students
March 29, 2016
A recently published research paper by the UT Population Research Center argued the need for more data about LGBT youth in classroom settings.
Explore UT opens campus to public
March 7, 2016
UT welcomed over 50,000 visitors to campus on Saturday for its annual event, Explore UT.
New ACL venue to open downtown
February 24, 2016
3TEN ACL Live, a 350-person venue, is set to open in downtown Austin next month.
Student activism thrives at UT
February 18, 2016
Today’s college freshmen are more likely to engage in on-campus political activism than their counterparts in any other period, according to a new survey of freshman behavior conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA.
Panelists discuss freedom of speech
February 5, 2016
Freedom of religious expression is protected under the First Amendment, but is often used as an argument to defend discriminatory practices, according to a panel of three experts in law and philosophy.
New UGS course uses art to explore health care issues
January 27, 2016
In a UGS course, students viewed paintings about death and sexuality as a way to explore deeper issues in health care and nursing.