3/14/2010CIE provides mine safety and health training to miners and contractors working in the Texas mine industry. The Texas Mine Safety and Health Program has been in operation for over 25 years and counts Court B. van Sickler among its many professional clients.
3/11/2010The Migrant Student Program provides distance learning courses to high school students traveling with their families to harvest crops. Alexis Fernandez was the program's exemplary student of 2006. Today, he is studying Mechanical Engineering at UT.
3/10/2010On Saturday, March 6, the university welcomed an estimated 50,000 schoolchildren, teachers and parents to Explore UT. CIE was there with exhibits from the Migrant Student Program and PETEX, offering useful information on these programs with interactive games and prizes.
3/9/2010CIE offers practical "how to" advice on creating and maintaining a healthy business. CIE boasts a number of professional programs, seminars, workshops and consulting services to help you get ahead in the work world. If you are looking to improve your business or your own performance, CIE is here to help.
3/8/2010The Bernard Osher Foundation was founded in 1977 to improve quality of life for adult learners through higher education and the arts. Today, CIE's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is one of the most popular continuing education programs at the university. Learn what benefits await you at OLLI.
3/7/2010In observance of International Women's Day, CIE shines a light on one of its own students: Dinara Jumadilova of University Extension (UEX). Dinara is currently in grad school studying health care administration. She plans on using her degree upon graduation in her native country of Kazakhstan.
3/4/2010Dr. Blinda McClelland, an instructor with University Extension, participates in Explore UT every year to help foster future generations of creative scientists and innovators. Learn how Dr. McClelland introduces young minds to the vast mysteries of DNA through the simple use of Twizzlers and gumdrops.
3/3/2010On Saturday, March 6, the university welcomes an estimated 30,000 visitors to Explore UT, "The Biggest Open House in Texas." Find out what CIE, represented by the K-16 Education Center and PETEX, has in store for this year's event.