Liberal Arts ITS hosts and assists with a number of special events and lecture series in the College.
At least one Friday a month, Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services hosts an afternoon technology forum to allow faculty and staff to showcase their work and accomplishments funded by IT grants. Most presentations exhibit works-in-progress, encouraging discussion and constructive dialogue in the use of instructional technology.
The Summer Faculty Workshop is a series of technology training sessions for faculty, held annually during the beginning of June. The workshop combines demonstrations and discussion sessions with hands-on training in a wide variety of classroom technology tools. In addition, the workshop offers guidance in seeking external grant funding for projects with instructional technology components.
The workshop is open to Liberal Arts faculty and staff. Faculty are eligible to receive a modest stipend in exchange for attending at least 10 sessions.
The Texas Language Technology Center (TLTC) hosts regular events aimed at sharing information and creating a sense of community among language faculty, including faculty seminars, topical symposia, and distinguished lecturers.
Send email to email@example.com to join the TLTC mailing list and receive email updates on TLTC programs, events, and news.
The Texas Politics Speaker Series brings to the UT campus people from across the political spectrum and from all levels of government to discuss compelling political and policy issues. Speakers and topics are selected to engage students and the public, while providing insight into how the political process works.
For information about events, or to be added to the Speaker Series email list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org