Academics

Making Pi
This year's Pi Day (March 14, 2015) corresponds to the first five numerals of pi (3.1415). In honor of this auspicious numerical alignment, the Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library (PMA) asked Longhorns to submit artistic representations of the ratio found in every circle (ratio of circumference to diameter). From knitting to sewing to computer-generated graphics, the [...]
Second Class of Provost's Teaching Fellows Helps Expand Innovative Teaching
Twenty faculty members named as Provost's Teaching Fellows will help UT Austin remain a leader in higher education.
Pitch Perfect: Selling the Next Great Idea
Get a glimpse at the big ideas being hatched, nurtured and pitched, thanks to the university's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
How to Teach Tolerance
To avoid another Ferguson, we need to start teaching tolerance -- in kindergarten. Read this op-ed from three UT researchers in education.
Beyond Textbooks: High-tech Tools Help Students Build, Create
From robot parts to works of art, maker spaces across the Forty Acres are inspiring students. Check out where students are bringing their ideas to life.
Know - Your connection to a world of ideas
This year's Pi Day (March 14, 2015) corresponds to the first five numerals of pi (3.1415). In honor of this auspicious numerical alignment, the Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library (PMA) asked Longhorns to submit artistic representations of the ratio found in every circle (ratio of circumference to diameter). From knitting to sewing to computer-generated graphics, the [...]
Twenty faculty members named as Provost's Teaching Fellows will help UT Austin remain a leader in higher education.
Get a glimpse at the big ideas being hatched, nurtured and pitched, thanks to the university's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
To avoid another Ferguson, we need to start teaching tolerance -- in kindergarten. Read this op-ed from three UT researchers in education.
From robot parts to works of art, maker spaces across the Forty Acres are inspiring students. Check out where students are bringing their ideas to life.

Academic Dates & Deadlines

March 26, Thursday: Last day to apply for a graduate degree
March 27, Friday: Final tuition payment due for students who selected the three-payment plan.
March 30, Monday: Last day a graduate student may change registration in a class to or from the credit/no credit basis.

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