Summer Reading Top Picks

Find out what a select group of UT faculty and incoming freshmen are reading this summer.

Queue 'Core : Reasons to Believe'

What starts here changes the world.

It’s more than a motto. It’s what we prove each and every day.

At the Forefront of a Scientific Revolution

From programming DNA robots to unraveling the mysteries of the universe, researchers at UT Austin are revealing new discoveries every day.

Leading the Nation in STEM Education

Texas-grown UTeach is addressing the K-12 public schooling system's biggest challenge—the absence of qualified science and math teachers.

The Future of Health

It starts now at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin. We will revolutionize how people get and stay healthy — 50 future physician leaders at a time.

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Screening of "Distinto Amanecer" with Charles Ramirez Berg
Radio-Television-Film Professor Charles Ramirez Berg and the Austin Film Society present "Distinto Amanecer (Another Dawn)", a film by Julio...
Austin Film Society Cinema (formerly the Marchesa)
GRAND OPENING: The Foundry
Celebrate the launch of The Foundry, a new maker space in the Fine Arts Library open all UT students, faculty and staff. The Foundry is a joint initiative...
E. William Doty Fine Arts Building (DFA)
China's Security Objectives and Challenges in East Asia
In recognition of China's critical role in international relations and the University's interest in facilitating dialogue on pressing policy...
Sid Richardson Hall (SRH)