How to Teach Tolerance
To avoid another Ferguson, we need to start teaching tolerance -- in kindergarten. Read this op-ed from three UT researchers in education.
Building Blocks of Democracy: Now in Your Web Browser
The Constitute Project, developed by government professor Zachary Elkins, brings constitutions from all over the world into one handy, online resource.
Three Books Look Back in a New Way
How do you find a new angle on JFK's assassination, get inside the mind of a Founding Father or make a 700-year-old classic relevant to today's readers? Three faculty authors met the challenge.
Green Thumbs, Healthy Kids
Jaimie Davis is proving that kids who garden eat better, have improved brain function, and have a lower risk of obesity and related diseases. University of Texas Elementary School students learn to garden. Photo by Alex Wang. It's no secret that the rate of childhood obesity in the United States is rising at an alarming [...]
A Better Way From Here to There
Longhorn Game Changer Chandra Bhat is an expert in understanding how people move through urban environments. His work on long-term transportation planning may help gridlock disappear.
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Academic Dates & Deadlines

March 1, Sunday: Application deadline for International Education Fee Scholarship (IEFS) for fall study abroad programs.
March 7, Saturday: Intrasemester reports due in the deans' office
March 16-21, Monday-Saturday: Spring break.


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