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Changing Education: Redesigning the Undergraduate Experience
A growing number of leading universities are rethinking the delivery and design of undergraduate education. At the University of Texas at Austin, a new...
San Jacinto Residence Hall (SJH)
Bridging Barriers Core Theme Town Hall – Habitability, Environment, Sustainability and Global Security
The Vice President for Research invites the UT community to a Town Hall meeting introducing the Bridging Barriers core theme titled, “Habitability,...
Student Activity Center (SAC)
Vietnam, MLK and Civil Rights: 50th Anniversary of King's April 4, 1967 Riverside Address
This program will convene on the 50th anniversary of Dr. King's Riverside Church speech. The discussion will analyze the continuing impact of MLK...
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