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The Constitute Project, developed by government professor Zachary Elkins, brings constitutions from all over the world into one handy, online resource.
According to the latest University of Texas Energy Poll, Americans read about energy less often and worry less about saving it at home than two years ago. See more results. [Video]
Constitute, a new website by government scholar Zachary Elkins with a grant from Google Ideas, puts the world’s constitutions online as a resource for citizens. [Video]
Amicus briefs have been filed with the United States Supreme Court in support of The University of Texas at Austin’s holistic admissions process.
AUSTIN, Texas — August 6, 2012, the University of Texas at Austin filed its brief to the United States Supreme Court as respondent in the case of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin. The plaintiff in the case claims that she was denied undergraduate admission to the university in 2008 because she is white. …
In this Elections 2012 analysis, McCombs School of Business Professor Robert Prentice discusses the impact of business scandals on presidential election strategy.
In this latest analysis, Assistant Professor of Government Bethany Albertson explains how candidates tap into voters’ emotions in political ads.
In our latest Elections 2012 video, Government scholar Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto discusses the issues women are mobilizing around.
Religious Studies Professor Tom Tweed discusses religion’s role in politics and its impact on this year’s election season outcomes.
On March 28 at the Game Changers live taping, the global affairs expert will examine U.S. history and how it should empower citizens to reinvent American greatness again.
As part of our Elections 2012 coverage, visiting scholar Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto reveals what the future holds for political ad campaigns this season.
In our latest Elections 2012 video, Professor Paul Stekler discusses the results of Super Tuesday and what they mean for the November election.
Texas Politics Project Director James Henson discusses the results of the February 2012 University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll.