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Here are 10 stories highlighting students who have overcome obstacles, discovered new dimensions and doggedly pursued their academic goals

Here are 10 stories highlighting students who have overcome obstacles, discovered new dimensions and doggedly pursued their academic goals

About 7,500 students will graduate from The University of Texas at Austin at the 128th spring commencement this Saturday, May 21. Students from around the world with diverse cultural backgrounds, students who have faced adversity and students who have realized their dreams will come together to share in the spirit of commencement. “Inspired by the…   » Continue Reading

Internet and use of the computer as communication device the 1960s brainchild of psychology alum

Internet and use of the computer as communication device the 1960s brainchild of psychology alum

Texas alum had vision for the Internet that changed the world It was the mystery of the human brain that first sparked Bob Taylor’s interest in computers nearly a half century ago. Bob Taylor earned his master’s degree in experimental psychology at The University of Texas at Austin in 1964. Before Taylor initiated the ARPAnet…   » Continue Reading

These graduates have tested themselves to reach their academic goals

These graduates have tested themselves to reach their academic goals

The Class of 2009:

With help of mentors, students find new paths to graduate school

With help of mentors, students find new paths to graduate school

Human biology major Justin Jefferson snaps on a pair of bright blue rubber gloves as he prepares to give an informal tour to a recent visitor at a University of Texas at Austin animal behavior research laboratory. The 20-year-old sophomore moves with ease from room to room—one minute inspecting small vials of bloodless brain tissue…   » Continue Reading