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Winter Break Schedule

Tuesday December 22, 2009


Final Exams

Wednesday December 9, 2009


Final Exams

Wednesday December 9, 2009


Dead Day

Monday December 7, 2009


Fall Commencement 2009

Saturday December 5, 2009⋅6:00 PM

The Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River Street


Last Day of Class

Friday December 4, 2009


Orange Santa Donation Drive

Friday December 4, 2009


Discussion Commemorates Latin American Independence

Tuesday December 1, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room


Thanksgiving Holiday

Thursday November 26, 2009


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Tuesday November 24, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Monday November 23, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Sunday November 22, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Saturday November 21, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Friday November 20, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Talk Explores the Laws of Politics and Race

Friday November 20, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery, room A230


Political Scientist Examines Homer and the Foundation of Classical Civilization

Friday November 20, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), room 0.102


Friday Technology Forum Examines Shalmaneser and TimeMap

Friday November 20, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Basement Auditorium (MEZ B0.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Thursday November 19, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Historian Discusses Tourism and Trade in the American Southwest

Thursday November 19, 2009⋅8:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, Salon B


Talk Examines the History of Tamales

Thursday November 19, 2009⋅6:00 PM

ATT Education Room, Long Center for the Performing Arts


Talk Examines Bad Debts and China's Financial Influence in Great Power Politics

Thursday November 19, 2009⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Two-Day Event Features Hip-Hop Theater Performance by Angela Kariotis

Thursday November 19, 2009⋅8:00 PM

Winship Drama Building, room 2.180


TLTC Brownbag: Hindi Folksongs

Wednesday November 18, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Room 2.126


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Wednesday November 18, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Lecture Examines Lives of Indigenous Women in a Post-Racial, Post-Feminist World

Tuesday November 17, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center Auditorium (TCC 1.110)


Speaker Series Welcomes Representative Marc Veasey

Tuesday November 17, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building (GEB), room 3.312


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Tuesday November 17, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Talk Examines U.S-Venezuela Relations

Tuesday November 17, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room, 2.102


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Monday November 16, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Fall Forum Examines Money and Politics

Monday November 16, 2009⋅9:00 AM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Sunday November 15, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Saturday November 14, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Two-Day Conference Explores Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature

Friday November 13, 2009

Texas Union, Rooms 4.110, 3.128, 4.206


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Friday November 13, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Talk Examines Small Towns in Regional Settlements

Friday November 13, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 102


Economist Examines Corporate Accountability in Latin America

Friday November 13, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Hackett Room, 1.313


Korean Ambassador Gives Talk on Global Challenges and the United Nations

Friday November 13, 2009⋅5:00 PM

Jackson Geological Sciences Building, room 2.224


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Thursday November 12, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Wednesday November 11, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Presents Weekly Films

Tuesday November 10, 2009

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Panel Discussion Explores Environmental Impact of Biofuels

Tuesday November 10, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Texas Union, Lone Star Room, 3.208


Discussion Examines Foreign Aid Reform

Monday November 9, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Building Three, Third Floor Lobby


Performing Blackness Series Presents Hip-Hop Theater Performance by Angela Kariotis

Friday November 6, 2009⋅8:00 PM

F. Loren Winship Drama Building (WIN), room 2.180


Talk Examines Europe, NATO and the 21st Century

Friday November 6, 2009⋅12:00 PM

LBJ Library Atrium, 10th floor.


Students Invited to Talk Exploring Healthy Relationships

Thursday November 5, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 220


Performing Blackness Series Presents Hip-Hop Theater Performance by Angela Kariotis

Thursday November 5, 2009⋅8:00 PM

F. Loren Winship Drama Building (WIN), room 2.180


Talk Examines U.S. Strategy Beyond Counterinsurgency

Thursday November 5, 2009⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Conference Examines Migration during an Era of Restriction

Wednesday November 4, 2009

Texas Union and AT&T Conference Center


Seminar Examines Korea in American Anthropology

Monday November 2, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), room 4.118


"Friday Night Lights" to Film on Campus

Monday November 2, 2009

Will C. Hogg and Dorothy L. Gebauer buildings


Talk Examines Terrorism and Criminal Justice

Monday November 2, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Eidman Courtroom, School of Law


Institute for Historical Studies Workshop Presents Dr. Vincent Brown

Monday November 2, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100



Two-Day Symposium Examines Latin America during the Cold War

Thursday October 29, 2009

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Graduate Fellow Presents Teaching and Technology Project

Wednesday October 28, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Room 2.126


Workshop Explores Global Capitalism

Monday October 26, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Historian Examines Coca-Cola, Latin America Diplomacy and Globalization

Monday October 26, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Costumed faculty to read vampire tales before Halloween

Monday October 26, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Gebauer Building, fourth floor conference room.


Kids Invited to Longhorn Halloween

Sunday October 25, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center


Hutchison and McKiernan-Gonzalez Present Media-Rich Technology Projects

Friday October 23, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Basement Auditorium (MEZ) B0.306


2009 Family Weekend

Friday October 23, 2009⋅9:00 AM

University of Texas at Austin campus


Discussion Examines "Students Making a Difference: Working for Nonprofits in Developing Countries"

Friday October 23, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Building 3, Third Floor Lobby


Meet the Authors of "Republic of Barbecue" at Book Signing Event

Thursday October 22, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Central Market North in Austin, 4001 N. Lamar Blvd.


Liberal Arts Career Expo

Wednesday October 21, 2009⋅11:00 AM

Texas Union Ballroom


Lecture Explores Supernatural Beliefs

Monday October 19, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Building (SEA), Hakes Library 1.326


Workshop on Late Antiquity Presents Talk on Composition of the Torah

Monday October 19, 2009⋅5:00 PM

Texas Union, African-American Culture Room, 4.110


Cultural Studies Colloquium Presents James R. Nicolopulos

Monday October 19, 2009⋅12:00 PM

E. P. Schoch Building (EPS), Room 1.128


Speakers Discuss the Implications of the Honduran Coup

Monday October 19, 2009⋅9:00 AM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Room 1.313; Rare Books Room, Benson Latin American Collection


Speakers Discuss the Implications of the Honduran Coup

Monday October 19, 2009⋅9:00 AM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Room 1.313; Rare Books Room, Benson Latin American Collection


Conference Explores Place of Precedent in Objective Law

Saturday October 17, 2009

Waggener Hall (WAG 316)


Conference Explores Place of Precedent in Objective Law

Friday October 16, 2009

Waggener Hall (WAG 316)


Center for Mexican American Studies Hosts Two-Day Chicano Dance Symposium

Friday October 16, 2009⋅1:00 PM

Various locations on The University of Texas at Austin campus


All-Day Event Honors Elizabeth Warnock Fernea

Thursday October 15, 2009

Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building (ACES), Avaya Auditorium


Film Screening: "14 Women"

Thursday October 15, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL), Room 100


Call for Scholarship Applications

Thursday October 15, 2009


Discussion Examines Democracy in Indonesia

Thursday October 15, 2009⋅12:15 PM

Batts Hall (BAT), room 5.108


Film Screening: "Music Within"

Wednesday October 14, 2009⋅6:30 PM

Mezes Hall (MEZ) 1.306


Discussion Examines Men's Mental Health

Wednesday October 14, 2009⋅4:45 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), room 2.112


Film Screening: "The Battle of Algiers"

Wednesday October 14, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), room 1.102


French Film Series Presents Screening of "Home"

Monday October 12, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Dobie Theater


Discussion Examines "Blasphemy Contexts and Islamic Empires"

Friday October 9, 2009⋅1:30 PM

West Mall Office Building (WMB), Room 6.146


Italian Film Series Presents "Le Conseguenze dell’Amore"

Thursday October 8, 2009⋅8:00 PM

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Liberal Arts Honors Students Invited to Joynes Literary Society Meeting

Tuesday October 6, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Carothers (CRD), Joynes Suiteroom 007B


Visiting Journalist Amrita Shah Speaks on India's Urban Future

Friday October 2, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH) , room 4.118


"Love Gone Wrong": Series Looks at Renaissance Literature and Religion Description

Thursday October 1, 2009⋅6:30 PM

Thompson Conference Center


South Asia Seminar Series Addresses Divide Between Past and Present

Thursday October 1, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), Meyerson Conference Room, 4.118


Discussion Examines the Massacre in Munich

Wednesday September 30, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Hillel Library, 2105 San Antonio St.


Actors from the London Stage Present Live Shakespearean Drama

Wednesday September 30, 2009

B. Iden Payne Theatre


Discussion Explores "What Public Sector Professionals Need to Know"

Wednesday September 30, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Bass Lecture Hall


Campus Environmental Center hosts Earth Summit and Trash to Treasure Clothing Sale

Tuesday September 29, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Trash to Treasure: Patio of the Flawn Academic Center (FAC), Earth Summit: Geography Building (GRG), Room 102


Open Forum Explores "Tuition and Liberal Arts Priorities"

Tuesday September 29, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Mezes Hall basement (MEZ BO), Room B0.306


Lecture Examines "Miss HIV"

Tuesday September 29, 2009⋅7:00 PM

WEL 1.308


Workshop Explores the American Empire

Monday September 28, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Ethnic Studies Roundtable Examines 40 Years in the University and Beyond

Monday September 28, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room, 2.102


eHarmony Director Discusses Relationship Success

Friday September 25, 2009⋅1:00 PM

North Office Building A (NOA), room 1.124


eAnthro Team and DIIA kick off 2009-10 Friday Technology Forum Series

Friday September 25, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Basement Auditorium (MEZ B0.306)


Film Screening Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Ballets Russes

Thursday September 24, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 102


Film Screening: "What I Want My Words to Do to You"

Thursday September 24, 2009⋅8:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL), Room 100


South Asia Seminar Series Addresses Divide Between Past and Present

Thursday September 24, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Meyerson Conference Room (WCH), Room 4.118


Lecture Explores the Ballets Russes

Wednesday September 23, 2009⋅11:30 AM

Harry Ransom Center, (HRC), Tom Lea Room 3.206


Discussion Examines Shakespeare's King Lear

Wednesday September 23, 2009⋅6:30 PM

UT Law John B. Connally Center for Justice, Eidman Courtroom


Noted Photographer Discusses his Work

Tuesday September 22, 2009⋅6:30 PM

Texas Union, Governor's Room, 3.116


Film Screening Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Ballets Russes

Tuesday September 22, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 102


Flm Screening: "Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring"

Tuesday September 22, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 102


Workshop on Late Antiquity Presents Talk on Composition of the Torah

Tuesday September 22, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Texas Union, Sinclair Suite, 3.128


Seminar Explores Future of Japanese Politics

Monday September 21, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118


Department of French and Italian Presents Tavola Italiana

Friday September 18, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Cactus Cafe


Liberal Arts Major Fair Open to Freshmen, Undecided Students

Friday September 18, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Texas Union Ballroom


Art Historian Examines Race and Textual Representation in the Classroom

Friday September 18, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery, room A232A


New Testament Scholar Examines Corinthian Correspondence and Birth of Christian Hermeneutics

Friday September 18, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Seminary of the Southwest, Room 210


Panel Discussion Examines First Amendment and the Changing Landscape of News in Texas

Thursday September 17, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building (GEB), room 3.312


Conference on Aging in the Americas Addresses Issues Facing Latinos

Thursday September 17, 2009

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Forum Explores the Upcoming German Elections

Thursday September 17, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room 2.102


Film Screening Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Ballets Russes

Thursday September 17, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 102


CMAS hosts Plática with Author and Journalist David Lida

Thursday September 17, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union, Chicano Culture Room, 4.206


President Powers Delivers State of the University Address

Wednesday September 16, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Winship Drama Building, B. Iden Payne Theatre


Lecture Explores Russia's Classic Fairy Tales and the Ballets Russes

Wednesday September 16, 2009⋅11:30 AM

Harry Ransom Center, (HRC), Tom Lea Room 3.206


Conference on Aging in the Americas Addresses Issues Facing Latinos

Wednesday September 16, 2009

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


CREEES Celebrates 100 Years of the Ballets Russes

Tuesday September 15, 2009

Various locations around campus


Conference on Aging in the Americas Addresses Issues Facing Latinos

Tuesday September 15, 2009

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Diez y Seis Celebration Features Music and More

Tuesday September 15, 2009⋅7:30 PM

Texas Union Ballroom (UNB 3.202)


Story of Koreans in Japan Examined in Anthropologist's Talk

Monday September 14, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), room 4.118


Anthropologist Discusses Ceremonial Sacrifice, Cyclones and Lemurs

Monday September 14, 2009⋅12:00 PM

E. P. Schoch Building (EPS), room 2.136


Workshop Examines "The Death of Pietro Paolo Boscoli"

Monday September 14, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Discussion Examines "Don Quixote"

Friday September 11, 2009⋅4:30 PM

Mezes Hall (MEZ), Room 1.306


Symposium Highlights Galveston's Gateway to America

Thursday September 10, 2009⋅4:30 PM

The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum


Lecture Explores Career Opportunities at U.S. Census Bureau

Thursday September 10, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Chicano Culture Room, Texas Union 4.206


University Closed for Labor Day

Monday September 7, 2009


Department of French and Italian presents Tavola Italiana

Friday September 4, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Cactus Cafe


Talk Explores High-Quality Child Care and Maternal Mental Health

Friday September 4, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Burdine Hall (BUR), Room 214


Anthropologist Examines "Perspectives: Francisco Matto"

Thursday September 3, 2009⋅12:30 PM

Blanton Museum of Art (BMA)


Poetry on the Plaza Bids "Farewell to Summer"

Wednesday September 2, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center, 21st and Guadalupe streets


Objectivism Society Hosts Discussion of "Man's Rights" by Ayn Rand

Thursday August 27, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Waggener Hall (WAG), Room 101


Fall Semester Classes Begin

Wednesday August 26, 2009


Gone to Texas

Tuesday August 25, 2009⋅8:30 PM

South Mall and Main Building Plaza


Gone to Liberal Arts: Welcome Barbecue for New Students

Tuesday August 25, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Turtle Pond, Inner Campus Drive. Rain Plan: Calhounn (CAL) room 100 and surrounding breezway


Freshman Reading Round-Up Spotlights Summer Reading

Tuesday August 25, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Various


Learn about Peace Corps at General Information Session

Monday August 24, 2009⋅6:30 PM

Governor's Room, The Texas Union


Trash to Treasure Garage Sale

Sunday August 23, 2009⋅9:00 AM

UT Recreational Sports Center on 20th and San Jacinto


Mooov-In

Friday August 21, 2009

Participating residence halls


Malaquias and Maceo Montoya Art Exhibit Reception

Thursday August 20, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River St.


Objectivism Society hosts health care video lecture

Thursday August 20, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Waggener Hall (WAG 101)


Objectivism Society hosts health care video lecture

Thursday August 13, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Waggener Hall (WAG 101)


A Discussion with Mohsen Kadivar

Sunday August 9, 2009⋅5:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium (ACES 2.302)


Performance Highlights Historic Galveston Immigrants

Saturday August 8, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Ave.


Performance Highlights Historic Galveston Immigrants

Friday August 7, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Ave.


Echo360 Lecture Capturing Presentation

Thursday August 6, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Mezes Hall (MEZ), Room 1.306


Performance Highlights Historic Galveston Immigrants

Thursday August 6, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Ave.


Film Screening: "Barber of Siberia"

Wednesday August 5, 2009⋅7:00 PM

GRG 102


Film Screening: "Burnt by the Sun"

Wednesday July 29, 2009⋅7:00 PM

GRG 102


Film Screening: "Anna"

Wednesday July 22, 2009⋅7:00 PM

GRG 102


Peace Corps Coffee Talk offers chance to learn about volunteering

Wednesday July 22, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Starbucks on 24th St.


Shakespeare at Winedale Summer Season 2009

Thursday July 16, 2009

Winedale Historical Center, Round Top


Shakespeare at Winedale Summer Season 2009

Thursday July 16, 2009

Winedale Historical Center, Round Top


International Coffee Expert Kicks Off New Speaker Series

Tuesday July 14, 2009⋅6:00 PM

The Long Center for the Performing Arts, 701 W. Riverside Drive


Moonlight Prowl Campus Tour

Friday July 10, 2009⋅8:00 PM

The University of Texas at Austin campus


University Closed for 4th of July

Saturday July 4, 2009


Russian Film Screening: "Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano"

Wednesday July 1, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 102)


Celebrating the Films of Nikita Mikhalkov

Wednesday June 17, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 102)


Lecture Series Explores Rational and Objective Thinking

Wednesday June 10, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Nursing School (NUR 1.118) and Waggener Hall (WAG 101)


Summer 2009 Classes Begin

Thursday June 4, 2009


CANCELED: Oaxacan Elder, Midwife, Herbalist Discusses Health and Healing

Wednesday May 27, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Marvin C. Griffin Building, 1009 E. 11th St.


Spring Commencement 2009

Friday May 22, 2009


Center Offers Summer Volunteer Opportunities in Texas

Friday May 15, 2009

All across Texas


Texas Faces the Future Distinguished Lecture and Symposium

Friday May 15, 2009⋅1:00 PM

Texas Union Ballroom


Final Exams Schedule

Wednesday May 13, 2009


Scholars Discuss Mexico's Public Opinion, Foreign Policy

Wednesday May 13, 2009⋅5:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, Room 107


Trash to Treasure Donation Drive

Wednesday May 13, 2009


Scholarship Information Session Offered for Promising Women Leaders

Tuesday May 12, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Parlin Hall (PAR 103)


Symposium Features Networking Opportunities for Hispanic Leaders

Tuesday May 12, 2009⋅8:30 AM

Texas Union (Various Rooms)



Historian Presents Research on Slavery in the Atlantic World

Monday May 11, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR 4.100)


UT Remembers Memorial Service

Friday May 8, 2009⋅2:00 PM

The Tower Garden


Symposium Features New Research by Graduate Students

Friday May 8, 2009⋅8:30 AM

E. P. Schoch Building (Various Rooms)


Poetry on the Plaza Highlights Latin American Surrealist Poetry

Wednesday May 6, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Harry Huntt Ransom Humanities Research Center, 21st and Guadalupe


Center for Mexican American Studies Presents New Award to Novelist Ana Castillo

Tuesday May 5, 2009⋅5:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Amphitheatre, Room 204


University Closed for Memorial Day

Saturday May 2, 2009


Lecture Examines Insurgent Citizenship in Brazil

Friday May 1, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH 1.313)


Borderlands Lecture Explores U.S.-Mexico Border Issues

Friday May 1, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room 2.102


Noted British Screenwriter Discusses Classic Literature in Contemporary Cinema

Thursday April 30, 2009⋅7:30 PM

Blanton Museum of Art Auditorium


Film Screening: "Koryo Saram: The Unreliable People"

Tuesday April 28, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 102)


Lecture Examines Democracy in Iran and the Middle East

Monday April 27, 2009⋅5:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Auditorium, Room 204


Film Screening: "Anna Around the Neck"

Monday April 27, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 220)


Shirin Ebadi Examines Democracy in Iran, Middle East

Monday April 27, 2009⋅5:00 PM

AT&T Conference Center Auditorium


Center for Mexican American Studies Presents Faculty Lectures

Friday April 24, 2009⋅5:00 PM

Main Building, Room 212


Book Signing Event Features Mayor's Book Club Author

Friday April 24, 2009⋅6:30 PM

City Hall Atrium and Council Chambers, 301 W. 2nd St.


Student Assistants Present New Classroom Instruction Technology Projects

Friday April 24, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Basement Auditorium (MEZ B0.306)


Barbara Jordan Statue to be Unveiled

Friday April 24, 2009⋅11:30 AM

Battle Oaks, north of the Texas Union


Musicians Join Earth Day Panel to Discuss Environmental Awareness

Wednesday April 22, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 102)


Public Policy Expert Examines Development Advocacy in the Age of Obama

Wednesday April 22, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Texas Union, Quadrangle Room 3.304


Pressing Environmental Issues Examined by Scholars and Activists

Thursday April 16, 2009

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Conference Examines Urban Communities, Activism and Racial Discourses

Thursday April 16, 2009⋅9:00 AM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room 2.102


Fulbright Scholar Examines Political Challenges in Kosovo

Wednesday April 15, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL 422)


Local Singer Songwriter Discusses and Performs the Music of Woody Guthrie

Thursday April 9, 2009⋅8:00 PM

Carothers Dormitory, Joynes Reading Room (CRD 007)


Littlefield Lectures Examine Southern History

Tuesday April 7, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB 3.312)



Africa Day Celebrates Cultural Diversity on Campus

Monday April 6, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center, ISESE Gallery (JES A232A)


Film Screening: "The Singing Revolution"

Monday April 6, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Ragsdale Center, Jones Auditorium, St. Edward's University




Carnival Showcases Indian Culture

Friday April 3, 2009⋅6:30 PM

South Mall


Liberal Arts ITS Presents Friday Technology Forum

Friday April 3, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall, Basement Auditorium (MEZ B0.306)


Independent Reporter Discusses Crisis in Mexico

Thursday April 2, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union, Lone Star Room 3.208


Journalists Discuss Pakistani Media and Politics

Wednesday April 1, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center auditorium (TCC 1.110)


State Rep. Dan Branch Discusses Challenges in Higher Education

Tuesday March 31, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB 3.312)


Author Examines Revolution and Religion in Opera

Tuesday March 31, 2009⋅7:00 PM

ALO Offices, 901 Barton Springs Road, Ducloux Hall


Renowned Novelist Discusses Her Works

Monday March 30, 2009⋅6:00 PM

ISESE Gallery, Jester Center


Symposium Examines the Struggle for Human Rights

Monday March 30, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL 100) and Graduate School of Business Building (GSB 2.126)


Sociologist Examines the Meaning of "Family"

Friday March 27, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Burdine Hall (BUR 214)



Discussion Explores Global Terrorism Issues

Wednesday March 25, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Hillel Library


Texas IP Hosts Debate on Evolution in Public Education

Wednesday March 25, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Texas Union, Quadrangle Room 3.304


Director Screens, Discusses Documentary on Urban Poverty in Argentina

Tuesday March 24, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall Hackett Room (SRH 1.313)


Juan Carlos Zarate Discusses Combating Terrorism

Tuesday March 24, 2009⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library Brown Room, 10th Floor


Czech Literary and Film Critic Lectures on Milan Kundera

Monday March 23, 2009⋅12:00 PM

University Teaching Center


Authors Discuss Life Lessons from Siberia

Monday March 23, 2009⋅1:00 PM

Texas Union, Asian Culture Room 4.224


Anthropologist Discusses Spirit-Based Healing in Brazil

Monday March 23, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Texas Union, African American Culture Room 4.110


Call for Nominations

Thursday March 19, 2009


Call for Nominations

Tuesday March 17, 2009


Spring Break

Monday March 16, 2009


Lecture Explores Fascism and Sexuality in 1970s Italian Film

Friday March 13, 2009⋅1:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR 2.108)


Humanities Scholar Discusses Cultural History of Buddhism

Wednesday March 11, 2009⋅7:30 PM

ACES Building, Avaya Auditorium



Lecture Discusses the Press and the Political Class in Mexico

Monday March 9, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH 1.313)


Old Testament Scholar Discusses the "Renewed Covenant" of Exodus 34

Monday March 9, 2009⋅4:30 PM

Burdine Hall (BUR 436A)


Explore UT: The Biggest Open House in Texas

Saturday March 7, 2009

UT Campus


Discussion: Reading Neo-Liberalism and Asian-American Racialization

Friday March 6, 2009⋅10:00 AM

Burdine Hall (BUR 436B)


Psychologist Discusses Career and Leadership Development

Thursday March 5, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 220)


Symposium Celebrates Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"

Wednesday March 4, 2009⋅4:00 PM

ACES Auditorium (ACE 2.302)


Discussion Examines Archaeological Discoveries in the Peruvian North Coast

Wednesday March 4, 2009⋅8:00 PM

E. William Doty Fine Arts Building (DFA 2.204)


Vote in the Student Elections

Tuesday March 3, 2009⋅8:00 AM


Author Discusses "Terror and Consent"

Monday March 2, 2009⋅5:30 PM

School of Law, Eidman Courtroom


Finland Ambassador Discusses Challenges Ahead for EU-US Relations

Monday March 2, 2009⋅5:00 PM

Texas Union Theater




State Rep. Mark Strama Discusses Technology in Texas

Thursday February 26, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB 3.312)


Newsweek Journalist Explores Counterterrorism Issues

Thursday February 26, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Texas Union, Sinclair Suite 3.218


Discussion Examines the Evolution and Future of Latin American Jewish Studies

Wednesday February 25, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Hillel Library


Liberal Arts Candidate Forum

Tuesday February 24, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL 100)


Discussion Examines Race, Media and Black Power

Tuesday February 24, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center (TCC 1.110)


Noted Author Examines Health Care Challenges for Hmong Refugees

Monday February 23, 2009⋅7:30 PM

School of Social Work building, Utopia Theater


Russia Day 2009

Saturday February 21, 2009⋅10:00 AM

UT Campus


Music Professor Examines South African Music Piracy

Friday February 20, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center (JES), Room A232


CMAS Presents Inaugural Jovita Gonzalez Memorial Lecture Series

Friday February 20, 2009⋅4:00 PM

Texas Union, Eastwoods Room (2.102)


Workshop Explores Texas Black History Preservation Project

Friday February 20, 2009⋅9:30 AM

Garrison Hall (GAR 4.100)


Conference Explores Britain's Global History

Thursday February 19, 2009

Harry Ransom Center


Film Screening: "Saving Face"

Thursday February 19, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Calhoun Hall (CAL 100)


Discussion: "Faith, Ethics and Truth in the 21st Century"

Friday February 13, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Mezes Hall (MEZ, 1.306)


Diaspora Talk Series Explores Black Public Masculinities

Friday February 13, 2009⋅3:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium, ACES Building


Visiting Lecturers Series: "Ethical Life in a Global Society"

Wednesday February 11, 2009⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium (ACE 2.302)


Global Leadership Center's International Awareness Conference

Wednesday February 11, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Texas Union Ballroom


Discussion Examines Russian Symbolism

Tuesday February 10, 2009⋅2:00 PM

Texas Union, Lone Star Room 3.208


Run in the Upcoming Student Elections

Tuesday February 10, 2009

Student Services Building (SSB 4.206)


Symposium Examines Prediction, Prognosis and Death in South Asia

Friday February 6, 2009⋅1:30 PM

Meyerson Conference Room (WCH 4.118)


Discussion: Nourishing the Mind, Body and Spirit

Thursday February 5, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG 220)


Student Conference Spotlights Latin American Research

Thursday February 5, 2009⋅6:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center


Historian Examines the Bulgaria Fair Experience

Wednesday February 4, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Calhoun Hall, Room 422


Strauss Center Hosts Talk on Stabilizing Northeast Asia

Tuesday February 3, 2009⋅5:00 PM

LBJ Library and Museum, Brown Room, 10th Floor.


Strauss Center presents talk on "Global Health: Why Should You Care?"

Monday February 2, 2009⋅5:30 PM

Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, Schmidt Room


Historian Examines World Migration and Globalization of Borders

Monday February 2, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall, Room 4.100


Symposium to Address the Future of Cuba-U.S. Relations

Thursday January 29, 2009

Texas Union


Historian Examines the Architecture and Power in Deccan

Thursday January 29, 2009⋅3:30 PM

Meyerson Conference Room (WCH 4.118)


Economist Examines the U.S. Financial Crisis

Wednesday January 28, 2009⋅7:00 PM

Thompson Conference Center (TCC), Room 1.110


Lecture: Discovering Oneself through the Great Books

Wednesday January 28, 2009⋅6:00 PM

The Texas Union, Santa Rita Room 3.502


Austin Jewish Film Festival Screenings

Monday January 26, 2009⋅7:00 PM


Lecture: Nation Building and Security in the European Union

Monday January 26, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union, Asian Culture Room 4.224


Author Examines Global Food System

Monday January 26, 2009⋅12:00 PM

Myerson Conference Room (WCH 4.118)


Warfield Center Hosts Town Hall Meeting

Saturday January 24, 2009⋅2:00 PM

ISESE Gallery, Jester Center


Liberal Arts ITS Friday Technology Forum

Friday January 23, 2009⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Hall Basement Auditorium (B0.306)


Classes Begin in January

Tuesday January 20, 2009