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UT has been home to some of the most influential figures in science, politics, sports and film. Watch some of their most memorable speeches.
The Constitute Project, developed by government professor Zachary Elkins, brings constitutions from all over the world into one handy, online resource.
The FIFA World Cup is a monthlong celebration of fútbol, rituals and even international geopolitical relations. As the Brazil World Cup draws to a close, we’ve got a couple of experts to help us navigate what’s happening off the field. To start, the FIFA World Cup, perhaps more than any other sporting event except the …
In this installment of Science Study Break Drs. Jan and Terry Todd, co-founders and co-directors of the Stark Center for Physical Culture & Sports, look at the strength of superheroes like Batman and the Avengers, and discuss the realities of human strength.
University Extension lets students earn college credit from anywhere in the world. In this video, Peace Corps member Adam Fivenson describes how.
Through exposure to and interaction with collection materials at the Harry Ransom Center, undergraduate students can open the door to the creative process.
Religious Studies Professor Tom Tweed discusses religion’s role in politics and its impact on this year’s election season outcomes.
Through an unexpected discovery of a cache of incriminating government documents, the University of Texas Libraries are finding new relevance as custodian of the fragile historical record of human rights.
Watch a Spanish-language video: Through an unexpected discovery of a cache of incriminating government documents, the University of Texas Libraries are finding new relevance as custodian of the fragile historical record of human rights.
In this behind the scenes video, artists, curators and more work together to install the “El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa” exhibition on display at The Blanton until Jan. 22.
Alumna Sue Ellen Young Knolle was determined to pursue medical school after graduating from UT in the ’60s, despite it not being a traditional path for women at the time.
After celebrating a century of innovation and education, the School of Architecture is tackling the next generation of built design.