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From the Rwandan genocide to the Guatemalan police, UT’s libraries are digitally securing fragile records for research, advocacy around the world

From the Rwandan genocide to the Guatemalan police, UT’s libraries are digitally securing fragile records for research, advocacy around the world

VIDEO Shortly before Vice Provost Fred Heath made his first trip to Rwanda’s Kigali Genocide Memorial in 2008 to support a fledgling program at the University of Texas Libraries, a guard at the monument to the 1994 genocide was killed in a grenade attack on the facility. The memorial is a symbol for those whose…   » Continue Reading

Coming from every corner of the state, thousands of Texans will travel to Explore UT

Coming from every corner of the state, thousands of Texans will travel to Explore UT

Watch Audio SlideshowDownload Explore UT Program (PDF) On March 6, thousands of children will be roaming the halls of The University of Texas at Austin and getting a peek of what the future could hold. They will come to the campus from all over Texas, from small towns and cities across the state. Some will…   » Continue Reading