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Health Revolution: UT Rethinks Everything about Health Care

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Can you imagine a world in which we all lead healthier lives, and only the sickest of the sick are treated in hospitals? That scenario may arrive sooner than you think. The university’s Dell Medical School is still under construction, but faculty members there and throughout UT are focused on interdisciplinary approaches that promise to […]

Forty Acres Building Boom

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Though a hot topic throughout the community, UT’s new medical school isn’t the only construction zone on campus. Cranes and scaffolds dot the Forty Acres, with brand-new buildings on the way for Engineering and Business. Meanwhile, an 86-year-old Natural Sciences building is undergoing extensive renovations to enhance learning and the student research experience. Each project showcases […]

Brownsville Student Receives Rio Grande Valley Scholarship

Monday, September 14, 2015

Stephen “Michael” Garcia, a 2015 Homer Hanna High School graduate, began his Longhorn education at The University of Texas at Austin this year. Named the newest recipient of the Rio Grande Valley Scholarship, Garcia will receive full tuition to the university for four years. A well-rounded and active student, Garcia, a National Honor Society member, […]

Leading Longhorns: The University Leadership Network

Monday, August 17, 2015

Every year, many students arrive at UT uncertain that they’ve made the right choice. They may be the first in their families to go to college, or come from under-resourced backgrounds. They probably attended underperforming high schools. The transition to college can be daunting for them, even overwhelming. But these students have the determination and […]

One Gift Can Strengthen the Entire University

Monday, August 17, 2015

Since 1972, the President’s Associates program has provided flexible funds to support UT presidents’ top priorities across campus. While alumni and friends often support specific areas of campus according to their interests, many also join President’s Associates to help advance the overall mission of the university. Several levels of membership are available based on age […]

Shining New Light: HornRaiser Donors Help in the Fight Against Alzheimer’s

Monday, August 17, 2015

“Our group in the Department of Chemistry has made a discovery that may lead to a new approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease.” With that intriguing declaration, Professor Stephen Martin launched a HornRaiser campaign this year that in short order raised more than twice its goal. Small wonder — with a debilitating disease such as Alzheimer’s, […]

Student Research, Technology Get a Boost

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Two recent grants illustrate the power of philanthropy to transform research for faculty and students alike. The W. M. Keck Foundation awarded the university $1 million to develop an ultra-bright laser and another $500,000 to help undergraduates utilize advanced technologies in their research. “These two grants support our core missions as a public research university […]

More than a Game: the Denius-Sams Gaming Academy

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

By Jamey Smith Summer is blockbuster time, and the multiplexes are packed with superheroes and space operas. But some of the highest-grossing epics today don’t come out of Hollywood, and they’re not movies. It may surprise you that the video game industry has grown into a $100 billion business, and that Texas can claim a […]

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