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Reflecting on the legacies and lessons of the Vietnam War

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At The University of Texas at Austin, we are a community working together to solve challenges facing society, blending research and discovery with learning.

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.

One of the Largest Cultural Collections

With collections totaling more than 170 million objects, UT Austin is among the largest and most important cultural repositories in America.

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National Park Service Centennial Celebration
The National Park Foundation and National Park Service are kicking off the National Park Week and centennial celebrations with a consumer event at the...
Main Building (MAI)
Peace & Justice Day
"Where Are All the Black People?" From Jim Crow to Gentrification in Austin Join us for a screening of "The Stand In," a short...
Gordon White Building (GWB)
NYT Bestselling YA Author Julie Murphy on Dumplin'
Join us for a fireside chat with Julie Murphy, the #1 New York Times bestselling young adult author of Dumplin' and Side Effects May Vary. We'll...
Liberal Arts Building (CLA)