The university has renewed its entrepreneurial spirit, creating an extensive support system for aspiring entrepreneurs. Read how founders of three companies used UT’s resources to start their new ventures.
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Recreational Sports Center - RSC
- Volunteer: Korean-English Bilinguals Sought for Speech Perception Study
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Liberal Arts Building (CLA)
- Brock Warren Master's Tuba Recital
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- Volunteer: SoundBrain Lab Seeks Participants
Jesse H. Jones Communication Center - Building B (CMB)
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