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Dell Medical School accepts first round of students using unprecedented application process
November 24, 2015
Joel Daboub arrived at his new job this spring facing a unique challenge — finding the ideal group of students for a school that had no building, academic records or classes in sight.
Affordable housing scarce, as under-utilized fund offers limited options
November 12, 2015
Faced with either providing additional affordable housing units in new apartment complexes or handing over a one-time fee to the city, developers in West Campus have rarely hesitated — they pay up.
Open access offers alternatives to traditional research journals
September 28, 2015
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.
With steady footing, new UT President looks ahead
September 17, 2015
In his first three months as UT’s president, Gregory Fenves has made some sweeping changes.
Supreme Court likely to decide legal battle over race-conscious admissions at UT
August 24, 2015
A long-winded legal battle over race-conscious admissions between the University and a rejected applicant may soon be decided, legal experts say, providing clarity about the role of affirmative action in higher education.