4/28/2010University Extension partners with the university’s International Office to offer courses that help students from Saudi Arabia adapt to life and study in the United States. The SABIC program helps these students become acclimated to American educational and societal customs.
4/27/2010In Part II of this "how to," discover how you can avoid "nojo" and increase "mojo" in your home and work life by defining "happiness" and "meaning" for you.
4/26/2010Due to high demand, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute introduces it's newest program for adult learners: UT NOVA. As one of its first members, Grayson Cecil has the opportunity to help form the program and determine what courses and lectures are scheduled.
4/25/2010Social media experts suggest that an effective way to promote new services and build community is through creating contests. University Extension has launched a series of contests on their Facebook page offering students a chance to win prizes, such as registration discounts.
4/22/2010At some point in his life, Jason Mellard crossed the line from fanboy to scholar. He grew up listening to artists like Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. But took a detour into rock during his adolescence. Eventually, Jason came home again to study the cultural impact of his first love: Texas music.
4/21/2010Assistant Director Dwight Benson of the Round Rock ISD Purchasing Department describes how working with the University of Texas Center for Performance Excellence has helped his organization improve.
4/20/2010What is “mojo?” According to best-selling business author Marshall Goldsmith, “mojo” is “that positive spirit toward what we are doing now that starts on the inside and radiates to the outside.” Get tips on how to increase your mojo to lead and happier, more meaninful life.
4/19/2010Bob Mitchell’s dedication to bringing dynamic programming to UT QUEST has resulted in his finding a unique way to build bridges to our campus' graduate students and the university's centers of excellence.