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Three Government Professors Receive Faculty Research Assignments for 2006-2007

Professors Catherine Boone, Raul Madrid, and Kurt Weyland have been awarded FRA's for next year.

Tue, Dec 6, 2005

Congratulations to Professors Catherine Boone, Raul Madrid, and Kurt Weyland for these recognitions of research excellence. The Faculty Research Assignments provide semester-length leaves so that faculty may devote full time to research.

Government Professor Elected to the APSA Executive Council

Professor Catherine Boone received the most votes during the 2005 Council Election

Mon, Dec 5, 2005

Heartiest congratulations to Professor Catherine Boone for her strong election to the APSA Council! Of the nine incoming Council members, four have associations with the UT Department of Government: Professor Catherine Boone; Professor Bryan Jones, who holds a Ph.D. from the department; Professor Jack Levy, who was an Assistant Professor here in the late 1980s; Professor Janet Box-Steffensmeier, who also holds a Ph.D. from the department.

America and the World: Rethinking America's Global Role

2005-2006 Speaker Series

Fri, Oct 28, 2005

A series of lectures that runs through April 2006. All talks will be held from 3: 30-5:00 in the Dean's Conference Room,
Gebauer Building offsite link, 3rd Floor (GEB 3.312)

Government Advisor Elected President of National Organization

Huber will be first-ever Texan to lead National Academic Advising Association

Tue, Oct 18, 2005

Jo Anne Huber, academic advisor in the Department of Government, was elected as the 2005-2006 president of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). Huber gave her acceptance speech during the group’s annual conference, held in Las Vegas from Oct. 5-8.

The New Edition of the Faculty and Staff Newsletter is now Online

The Liberal Arts Insider

Tue, Oct 18, 2005

Awards and Honors
Catherine Boone won the Mattei Dogan Prize from the Society for Comparative Research for her book Political Topographies of the African State (Cambridge University Press).

UT-Princeton Workshop, Oct. 7-8, 2005

"The Future of American Internationalism"

Tue, Oct 4, 2005

Just about everyone thinks that the liberal-internationalist compact that took root after World War II has run its course and that we have entered a new phase in foreign policy. While still ostensibly internationalist, the new policy direction lacks the kind of commitment to international institutions and multilateralism that earmarked our foreign policy for most of the last half-century. What is less clear is why the liberal-internationalist compact has come apart and whether it can be resuscitated. This conference, organized by the University of Texas at Austin and Princeton University, will bring together scholars and practitioners to examine this issue in the context of the political, social and cultural processes underway in America.

Dean Lariviere's October Alumni Newsletter

The fall semester is in full swing and there are plenty of developments within the College of Liberal Arts.

Thu, Sep 29, 2005

We welcomed 26 new faculty members this fall and are delighted with the expanded expertise and perspectives they offer our students. In addition, Liberal Arts Career Services has moved into a new home in the Flawn Academic Center and is serving more students than ever. Renovations are underway in Batts Hall and we're planning a facelift for Garrison Hall in the near future.

UTOPIA Introduces Constitution Day Web Site

Dr. James Henson, Assistant Director of Liberal Arts ITS and Lecturer at the Department of Government, is content editor for the site

Wed, Sep 14, 2005

UTOPIA, the online knowledge gateway at The University of Texas at Austin, has introduced an informational Web site in celebration of Constitution Day 2005 on Sept. 16.

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