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Gender & violence in the Americas is panel topic

Friday December 10, 2010⋅9:00 AM

Sid Richardson Hall 1.313


Talk explores U.S. policymaking, developing world

Monday December 6, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), room 4.100


Liberal Arts Fall Commencement 2010

Saturday December 4, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River Street


Songs of the Season Event Features Orange Santa

Friday December 3, 2010⋅12:00 PM

West Mall steps of the Main Building


Texas Politics Series Hosts Senator Kirk Watson

Tuesday November 30, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Dean's Conference Room, Dorothy Gebauer Building (GEB) 3.312


"Dangerous reading" in Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" is Talk Topic

Monday November 29, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Building (CPE), room 2.212


Thanksgiving Holiday

Thursday November 25, 2010


Summer Research Fellows Talk Series Examines "Talking Bones" and "Uncovering Mastery"

Monday November 22, 2010⋅3:00 PM

ISESE Gallery/Warfield Center, Jester Center A232A


Center for Mexican American Studies Hosts Symposium, Book Signing for "Beyond El Barrio"

Tuesday November 16, 2010⋅6:00 PM

San Jacinto Conference Center, first floor of the San Jacinto Residence Hall (SJH)



Spike Lee to Screen, Discuss New Film at The University of Texas at Austin

Sunday November 14, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium, LBJ Museum and Library


Performance Artist Reads "Dialogues with a Dominican York Artist"

Friday November 12, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, Isese Gallery, Room A232A


UN Representative Examines "India and the UN"

Friday November 12, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Garrison Hall, room 0.102


Arthur Miller Dialogue on "Sports, Media and Race: The Impact on America"

Thursday November 11, 2010⋅3:30 PM

LBJ Presidential Library and Museum



Filmmaker Discusses, Screens Documentary Exploring the Power of Microfinance for Mayan Women

Thursday November 11, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Mezes Hall Auditorium, room 1.306


Panel Discussion Examines "The Survival of Language Programs in the Current Economy"

Saturday November 6, 2010⋅9:00 AM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building, room 3.312



Texas Politics Project, Texas Tribune Explain "What Just Happened" in Elections

Thursday November 4, 2010⋅10:00 AM

Texas Capitol Extension Auditorium at the Texas Capitol building


Faculty Members Discuss Election Results and its Implications for Texas and the Nation

Wednesday November 3, 2010⋅3:00 PM

The courtyard between the Texas Union (UNB) and Flawn Academic Center (FAC)


Brazil Rising: What Comes Next? A First Look at the Post-Lula Era

Tuesday November 2, 2010⋅2:00 PM

LBJ Room, CMA 5.160


Longhorn Halloween Offers Safe and Fun Environment

Sunday October 31, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center


Christian History Scholar L. Michael White Examines Gospel Stories

Friday October 29, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Mezes Hall Auditorium


Political Theory Scholar Discusses "Adam Smith and Nationalism"

Friday October 29, 2010⋅4:00 PM

Mezes Hall, room 1.306


Warfield Center Presents African Feminisms Seminar

Friday October 29, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery room A232A



Center for Mexican American Studies Presents Screening, Panel Discussion of "Visions of Aztlán"

Thursday October 28, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Texas Union (UNB), room 4.206


"Crude Truths" Talk, How a Writer Tells the Compelling Stories About Oil and War

Thursday October 28, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Joynes Reading Room, Carothers Dormitory 007, 2501 Whitis Ave.


Author Ghada Abdel Aal Discusses Best-Selling Book "I Want to Get Married!"

Thursday October 28, 2010⋅3:30 PM

AT&T Conference Center, Classroom 105


College of Communication Hosts Career Fair

Wednesday October 27, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union Ballroom


Center for Mexican American Studies Hosts Screening, Panel Discussion of "The Longoria Affair"

Tuesday October 26, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Theatre (UNB 2.228), Texas Union


Professor Emeritus James Roach to be Remembered in Memorial Service

Monday October 25, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Main Building (MAI), room 212


Entrepreneurial Dreams of Nepal is South Asia Seminar Topic

Thursday October 21, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH) 4.118



Warfield Center Presents Gallery Talk

Thursday October 21, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery room A232A


2010 Family Weekend

Friday October 15, 2010

University of Texas at Austin campus



CANCELED: Holocaust Survivor Discusses the Nuremberg Trials

Wednesday October 13, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall, room 1.102; Texas Hillel (7 p.m. lecture)


Sociology Department Hosts Reception for Professor Emeritus Terry Sullivan

Wednesday October 13, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Gebauer Building, Fourth Floor



NPR's Burnett Moderates "The War Next Door: Reporting Mexico, Drugs and the Border"

Thursday October 7, 2010⋅4:00 PM

The Quadrangle Room in the Texas Union on The University of Texas at Austin campus.




Scholar Speaks on the Emergence of Japanese Folk-Modernism

Friday October 1, 2010⋅9:00 AM

Meyerson Conference Room, WCH 4.118


Sociologist Examines “Backstage Racism: No Post-Racial America for College Youth”

Friday October 1, 2010⋅1:30 PM

Burdine Hall, room 214


Talk Examines “Aristotle and the Foundations of American Liberalism”

Friday October 1, 2010⋅4:00 PM

Mezes, room 1.306




Cold War Cultures Conference: Sept. 30-Oct. 3

Thursday September 30, 2010


Actors from the London Stage Perform 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Sept. 29-Oct. 1

Wednesday September 29, 2010⋅7:30 PM

McCullough Theatre



"A Midsummer Night's Dream" Performance Augments Shakespeare and the Law Panel

Wednesday September 22, 2010⋅6:30 PM

Eidman Courtroom at The University of Texas School of Law


Classics Professor Gives Dramatic Readings from the Classical World

Monday September 20, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Jessen Auditorium, Homer Rainey Hall 2.104


Political Analyst Examines "The Mood of the Electorate and the 2010 Election in Texas"

Friday September 17, 2010⋅12:00 PM

One American Center, 600 Congress Avenue, Suite 2100



Author Discusses “Si me Querés, Quereme Transa”

Wednesday September 15, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Benedict Hall, room 2.104


Tower Lights Celebrate Day Campus Opened

Wednesday September 15, 2010⋅4:00 PM

B. Iden Payne Theatre in the Winship Drama Building.


Oaxacan Chef to Speak on Colonial Cuisines of Mexico

Thursday September 9, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Auditorium, Mexican American Cultural Center, 601 River Street



Live Performance and Staged Reading Explores Life Stories of Black Gay Men in the South

Thursday September 9, 2010⋅8:00 PM

F. Loren Winship Drama Building, Oscar G. Brockett Theater


Texas Premiere of the Documentary "The Fence"

Thursday September 9, 2010

LBJ Library Auditorium, 2313 Red River Street


Fall 2010 Yoruba Film Series

Wednesday September 8, 2010⋅1:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery, A232A


Study Abroad Office Hosts Information Fair

Wednesday September 8, 2010⋅10:00 AM

Gregory Plaza


University Closed for Labor Day

Monday September 6, 2010



ROTC Bids Farewell to Longtime Home

Friday August 27, 2010⋅10:00 AM

Russell A. Steindam Hall on East Mall.




Fall Semester Classes Begin

Wednesday August 25, 2010


Gone to Liberal Arts: Welcome Barbecue for New Students

Tuesday August 24, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Turtle Pond, Inner Campus Drive


Beyond the Tower Boot Camp

Monday August 23, 2010⋅12:00 PM

PAR 203


MooovIn Hospitality Welcomes New Students

Friday August 20, 2010

Participating residence halls


Shakespeare at Winedale Alumni Perform in Reunion Play

Saturday August 14, 2010

Winedale Theater Barn, Round Top, Texas



Hungarian film screened: "Fateless"

Wednesday June 30, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Geography Building (GRG), Room 102


Workshop Examines Latin American Market Solutions

Friday June 11, 2010⋅8:00 AM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


University Hosts 127th Spring Commencement

Saturday May 22, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Main and South Malls


Liberal Arts Spring Commencement 2010

Friday May 21, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center


Department of Spanish and Portuguese Hosts a Night of Cuban Cinema

Wednesday May 19, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Mezes Hall BO.306


Trash to Treasure Donation Drive

Wednesday May 12, 2010⋅9:00 AM

LBJ Parking Lot on Red River


Final Exams Schedule

Wednesday May 12, 2010


Memory Matters: Event explores memory through research

Tuesday May 11, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center Lone Star Room


Impact of Climate Change in Africa Explored in Research Presentations

Friday May 7, 2010⋅12:15 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) Building 3


Panel Discussion Focuses on the Life and Work of Américo Paredes

Friday May 7, 2010⋅4:30 PM

Texas Union (UNB) Santa Rita Room 3.502


Spring 2010 Doctoral Presentations

Friday May 7, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, A232A


UT Remembers Honors Deceased Students, Faculty and Staff

Friday May 7, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Tower Garden


Last Day of Classes

Friday May 7, 2010


Former U.S. Diplomat Shares Insider's View on Investing in Latin America

Thursday May 6, 2010⋅6:00 PM

The Westin Galleria, Monarch Room, 5060 West Alabama, Houston, Texas, 77056


Discussion Forum Examines Shared History of Texas and Mexico on Cinco de Mayo

Wednesday May 5, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River Street


Graduate School Event Features Talk by Nobel Laureate and Alumnus John Coetzee

Wednesday May 5, 2010⋅6:00 PM

The LBJ Auditorium is at the corner of E. Dean Keeton Street and Red River



Shakespeare at Winedale Presents Spring Festival of Play

Saturday May 1, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Winedale Theatre Barn


Humanities Institute Hosts Mayor's Book Club Finale

Friday April 30, 2010⋅6:00 PM

City Hall–Council Chambers–301 W. 2nd St.


Kite Flying Festival Celebrates Pakistani and South Asian cultures

Friday April 30, 2010⋅6:30 PM

Main Mall


Progress, Racial Justice in African American Communities Topic of Freedom Weekend Events: April 29-May 2

Thursday April 29, 2010

The School of Pharmacy; Huston Tillotson University; Millenium Youth Entertainment Complex


Littlefield Lectures Feature Two Talks by Author Annette Gordon-Reed

Thursday April 29, 2010⋅5:30 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Auditorium


Lecture Examines the "Unknown Gastronomy of Mexico"

Thursday April 29, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Blanton Museum of Art (BMA) Auditorium


Lecture Examines Milton and the Remaking of Knowledge

Thursday April 29, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Mezes 1.306


French Film Series Presents Screening of "Les Soeurs Fâchées"

Monday April 26, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Dobie Theater



Some Measure of Justice: Re-Examining the Holocaust Era Restitution Campaign of the 1990s

Thursday April 22, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Eidman Courtroom, U.T. School of Law


Discussion Examines Eurasian Energy Security Dilemmas

Monday April 19, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Room 3.124


Book Presentation: "Converting Words: Maya in the Age of the Cross"

Monday April 19, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Hackett Room 1.313


Area Students to Compete in Spanish Poetry Competition

Saturday April 17, 2010⋅8:30 AM

Benedict Hall



Talk Examines Social Media in China

Thursday April 15, 2010⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium (ACE 2.302)


Three-Day Symposium Examines Independence and Decolonization

Thursday April 15, 2010⋅3:30 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center


Renowned Mexicanist Historians Discuss "Independence, Revolution and Nation-State Formation in Mexico"

Wednesday April 14, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Texas Union (UNB) Sinclair Suite, room 3.128


Performing Arts Scholar Discusses Jewish Drag Performances

Wednesday April 14, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Texas Hillel, 2105 San Antonio St.


Three-Day Symposium Showcases New Research by Undergraduates

Tuesday April 13, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Gebauer Building, Room 3.312


UT Renaissance Institute Staged Reading: "The Jew of Malta"

Tuesday April 13, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center, Prothro Theater


Rhetoric Majors, Lend your Opinions to Review Board

Monday April 12, 2010⋅1:30 PM

Parlin 5


Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies Presents Free Film Screenings

Monday April 12, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Mezes Hall (various rooms)


Juárez Mayor Reyes Ferriz to Speak at Forum on Mexico and U.S. Border Violence

Monday April 12, 2010⋅2:30 PM

Texas Union (UNB) Santa Rita Room 3.502


Symposium Examines "Hindi in Texas and Beyond"

Saturday April 10, 2010⋅10:00 AM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), room 4.118


Performing Blackness Series Presents a Conversation with Grisha Coleman

Saturday April 10, 2010⋅4:00 PM

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


Panel Discussion Examines Student Activism and Ethnic Studies

Friday April 9, 2010⋅1:00 PM

Texas Union (UNB) Quadrangle Room 3.304


Panel Discussion Focuses on Student Activism

Friday April 9, 2010⋅1:00 PM

Texas Union (UNB) Quadrangle Room 3.304


Documentary Screening: "What are We Doing Here?"

Thursday April 8, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Bass Lecture Hall



Center for Asian American Studies Hosts Three-Day Conference

Wednesday April 7, 2010

Omni Austin Hotel, 700 San Jacinto at 8th Street


Texas IP Fellows Hosts Debate on Texas Curriculum Reform

Wednesday April 7, 2010⋅3:00 PM

ACE Building, AVAYA Auditorium, room 2.302


Lecture Examines "Beyond Anne Frank: The Case of Kitty Weichherz"

Tuesday April 6, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Texas Hillel, 2105 San Antonio St.


Institute for Historical Studies Workshop Presents Dr. Laura Smoller

Monday April 5, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


New Yorker Journalist Discusses Lincoln and Darwin

Thursday April 1, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Amphitheater of the AT&T Conference Center


Communication Job and Internship Fair

Wednesday March 31, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Texas Union Ballroom


Workshop Examines "Runaway Mothers and Daughters: Crimes of Abandonment in Guatemala"

Monday March 29, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Pecan Street Project: Smart grids and Austin's energy future

Friday March 26, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Welch 2.224


Three-Day Conference Features New Research by British Scholars

Friday March 26, 2010

Harry Ransom Center


Center For Mexican American Studies Announces Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series

Thursday March 25, 2010⋅4:00 PM

San Jacinto Conference Center, Room 207AB


Diaspora Talk Series Examines "the Obamas and the New Politics of Race"

Thursday March 25, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Beauford H. Jester Center (JES), ISES Gallery, Room A230


2010 Job Fair for the UT Learning Center & Career Exploration Center

Thursday March 25, 2010⋅5:30 PM

Jester Auditorium (JES A121A)


Government Alumnus Discusses Life after Graduation

Thursday March 25, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Batts Hall, Room 5.108


Art Scholar Examines "Augustus Washington and the Civil Contract of Photography"

Thursday March 25, 2010⋅4:00 PM

Art Building and Museum (ART), Rom 1.120


Nonprofit & Public Sector Career Fair

Wednesday March 24, 2010⋅10:00 AM

Texas Union Ballroom


Author Examines Policy Making between Mexico and the United States

Wednesday March 24, 2010⋅12:30 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Room 3.316


Book Launch Event for The House Will Come to Order

Tuesday March 23, 2010⋅5:30 PM

Scholtz Garten


Visiting Scholar Examines Rebirth in Indian Religions

Tuesday March 23, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), room 4.118


"Work Smarter": Library class teaches new research tools on the Web

Tuesday March 23, 2010⋅2:00 PM

PCL 1.124


East Asia Seminar Features Lecture by Christoph Anderl

Monday March 22, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Will C. Hogg Building (WCH), room 4.118


Institute for Historical Studies Workshop Presents Dr. Grace E. Hale

Monday March 22, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Exhibit Features Works by Acclaimed Mexican Photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo

Saturday March 20, 2010

The Blanton Museum of Art


Spring Break

Monday March 15, 2010


Call for Scholarship Applications

Friday March 12, 2010


Texas Politics Discussion Panel Examines the 2010 Primary Elections

Thursday March 11, 2010⋅3:30 PM

Gebauer Building, Room 3.312


Talk Examines Hiroshima after Iraq: A Study in Art and War

Wednesday March 10, 2010⋅7:30 PM

Blanton Museum of Art (BMA)


Save the Date: Explore UT is March 6

Saturday March 6, 2010

Various locations around campus


East Asian Cinemas Symposium Explores Contemporary Asian Cinema

Saturday March 6, 2010

Meyerson Conference Room (WCH), Room 4.118


Political Scientist Examines "Islamic Entrepreneurs and Muslim Democracy: The Case of Turkey"

Friday March 5, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Batts Hall (BAT), room 5.108


Talk Examines Islamic Entrepreneurs and Muslim Democracy: The Case of Turkey

Friday March 5, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Robert A. Welch Hall (WEL) room 2.256



Perspectives on Foreign Service Careers Offered by Panel

Thursday March 4, 2010⋅3:30 PM

BAT 5.108



Barry Strauss discusses Spartacus and the Great Books

Thursday March 4, 2010⋅4:30 PM

Mezes 3.106


Anthropologist Discusses "My Life Behind the Window"

Thursday March 4, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Isese Gallery-Warfield Center, Jester Center, A232A


Student Government Elections

Wednesday March 3, 2010


Author John Banville Reads from New Novel at the Ransom Center

Tuesday March 2, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Ransom Center's Charles Nelson Prothro Theater


Student Government Elections

Tuesday March 2, 2010⋅8:00 AM


Anthropologist Examines Pious Shi'i Youth in South Beirut

Monday March 1, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Texas Union, Quadrangle Room (3.304)


The Strauss Center Presents Aaron Williams, Director of the U.S. Peace Corps

Monday March 1, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, Conally Ballroom


Call for Scholarship Applications

Monday March 1, 2010


Nordic Film Fest Showcases Works from Scandinavian Filmmakers

Saturday February 27, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Bob Bullock Texas History Museum


Texas State German Contest

Saturday February 27, 2010⋅7:30 AM

Various locations around campus


Two-Day Conference Examines the Field of Chicana and Chicano Studies

Friday February 26, 2010

San Jacinto Conference Center


"Learn to Die: Late Medieval English Images Before the Evangelical Law"

Thursday February 25, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Mezes 1.306


Two-Day Conference Explores Pivotal Period in British and World History

Thursday February 25, 2010

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center



Talk Examines Privatizing the Public and the Future of the Humanities

Wednesday February 24, 2010⋅7:30 PM

Avaya Auditorium (ACE 2.302)


Discussion Examines the Modern Taste of Musical "Roots" in Brazillian Folk Music

Wednesday February 24, 2010⋅1:00 PM

Music Building East and Music Building/Recital Hall (MRH), room 2.610


Discussion Explores Police, Underdevelopment, Drug Addiction and Crime in Brazil

Monday February 22, 2010⋅1:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Hackett Room, 1.313


Call for Scholarship Applications

Monday February 22, 2010


Acclaimed Artist Presents "Ring/Shout," a Staged Reading of a Work in Progress

Saturday February 20, 2010⋅8:00 PM

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


CWGS Hosts "Performing Gender" Student Conference

Friday February 19, 2010⋅8:00 AM

Texas Union


Call for Scholarship Applications

Friday February 19, 2010


Seminar Series Explores Media and Postcolonial Culture in India

Thursday February 18, 2010⋅3:30 PM

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


Witches, Wantons and Wretches: Women in Goya's Prints Discussed

Thursday February 18, 2010⋅12:30 PM

Blanton Museum of Art (BMA)


Speaker Series Examines Authentic Mexican Food

Thursday February 18, 2010⋅6:00 PM

Long Center for the Performing Arts, AT&T Education Room


Discussion Examines "Land and Politics in Contemporary Africa"

Friday February 12, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Jester Center, ISESE Gallery, room A232A


Acclaimed Journalist Discusses the Abu Ghraib Prison Scandal

Thursday February 11, 2010⋅7:00 PM

Joynes Reading Room in the Carothers Residence Hall at 2501 Whitis Ave.


"Mad Men" Discussion Hosted by Voices Against Violence

Tuesday February 9, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Chicano Culture Room Student Union


Art Historian Examines "Abstract Painting in Moscow, After the Thaw"

Monday February 8, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Call for Scholarship Applications

Monday February 8, 2010




Talk Asks Asian American Students "What's on Your Plate?"

Thursday February 4, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Geography building (GRG), room 220



Call for Submissions for Keene Prize Award

Wednesday February 3, 2010



Anthropologist Discusses "The Natural/Social Disaster in Haiti"

Tuesday February 2, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH), Hackett Room, 1.313


Be a Google Super Searcher: Library Course Teaches Specialized Searches

Monday February 1, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Perry-Castañeda Library (PC), room 1.124



"Mama's Guest": Iranian Flm screened

Saturday January 30, 2010⋅2:00 PM

Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building (ACES), AVAYA Auditorium, 2.302



Talk on Renaissance Italy coincides with Blanton's Veronese exhibit

Thursday January 28, 2010⋅12:30 PM

Blanton Museum


Do the Transgendered Get a Break in Southeast Asia?

Wednesday January 27, 2010⋅4:45 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), room 2.112


Talk Examines Social Norms and Agency in World Politics

Tuesday January 26, 2010⋅12:00 PM

Batts Hall (BAT), room 5.108


The "Long Church" Movement: Historian Looks at Anglican Humanitarianism

Monday January 25, 2010⋅1:30 PM

Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100


Talk Examines "Regime Complex for Climate Change"

Monday January 25, 2010⋅5:30 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Building 3, Third Floor Lobby


Campus-Wide Fundraising Event for Disaster Relief in Haiti

Friday January 22, 2010⋅5:00 PM

Outside Gregory Gymnasium


Digital Resources and Archives are Topic of Technology Forum

Friday January 22, 2010⋅3:00 PM

Mezes Basement (BO.306)


Texas Tribune's Evan Smith Discusses "Ten Things We've Learned So Far"

Thursday January 21, 2010⋅12:15 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Room 3.122


Spring Semester Begins

Tuesday January 19, 2010


Rally Near Statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

Monday January 18, 2010⋅9:00 AM

The King statue on the east mall