5/4/2010LUCHA is designed to help Spanish-speaking students from Mexico transition into Texas public schools. Learn how LUCHA analyzes transcripts to place students correctly in the school system and give them credit for courses they've already taken.
5/3/2010Chris Aleman of Fordyce Holdings Inc. is a long-time client of CIE's Texas Mine Safety and Health Program. He answers our questions about the program and the new national mine safety program launched recently on the UT Austin campus.
5/2/2010Zahid Yoosufani discusses the benefits of e-books and how PETEX responded to high customer demand to make these materials available.
4/29/2010Apple’s latest product, the iPad, promises users that they will “see the Web, e-mail, and photos like never before.” But does the iPad live up to its promises? And what does it hold for students and educators?
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.