Community and Regional Planning doctoral candidate Rosie Tighe has been awarded a $25,000 Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for her project, “Opposition to Affordable Housing: How Perceptions of Race and Poverty Influence Views.” The program empowers scholars to develop and conduct applied research on policy-relevant housing and urban development issues.
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- Men’s golf team captures national championshipThe Longhorns secured their third NCAA Men's Golf Championship June 3 after senior...
- Commencement 2012 in photosAbout 8,000 students graduated at the 129th spring commencement. View photo highlights...
- The bands and more play on at the Cactus CafeThis summer marks two years since the university announced its partnership with KUT...
- Kylie Doniak named Big 12 Female Sportsperson of the YearSimply miraculous. In February, Kylie Doniak was hit by a car in downtown...
- Men’s golf team captures national championship
PolicyElections 2012: University experts weigh in on the issues The 2012 election season is promising to be one of the most unpredictable cycles...Post a commentNo comments
WorldWhere undergrads find a spark for creativity Through exposure to and interaction with collection materials at the Harry Ransom...Post a commentComments (1)
VideoCelebrating the legacy of Lady Bird Johnson This year marks the centennial of Lady Bird Johnson's birth. Watch a video about...Post a commentComments (10)
VideoRecognizing student success To mark the Migrant Student Program's 25th anniversary, watch 2006 Student of the...Post a commentComments (21)
VideoAdvancing cancer research in Texas and beyond In this video, Professor Tanya Paull explains how next-generation medicine may be...Post a commentNo comments
PhotoWhere gardening is all but elementary At the University of Texas Elementary School, students get a taste of organic gardening...Post a commentComments (2)
VideoMicroraptor suggests feathers evolved to attract mates Julia Clarke, assistant professor of paleontology, discusses how a feathered tail...Post a commentComments (1)