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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.
In this installment of Science Study Break Dr. Carlton Erickson (Pharmacy–Addiction Science & Research Center) discusses the science of addiction, using scenes from “House MD,” “Nurse Jackie,” “E.R.,” and other shows. About Science Study Break Pop culture and the academy collide as Science Study Break features researchers from The University of Texas at Austin discussing …
In this video, College of Liberal Arts student Maggie Gunn talks about research opportunities at UT.
About 8,000 students graduated at the 129th spring commencement. Watch video highlights from the ceremony with the fireworks as the grand finale.
In this video, five graduating students share their dreams of making the world a better place through research and education.
To mark the legacy of the alumnus and journalist, watch a video about “And That’s the Way It Is,” an art installation by new media artist Ben Rubin.
To mark the Migrant Student Program’s 25th anniversary, watch 2006 Student of the Year Alexis Fernandez discuss the program’s impact on his life.
This year marks the centennial of Lady Bird Johnson’s birth. Watch a video about our environmental First Lady and the impact of her conservation efforts.
President Bill Powers says, “The university is firmly committed to a holistic admissions policy that is narrowly tailored to achieve the educational benefits of a diverse student body.”
The passion Gerre Hancock had for music is center stage in this Longhorn Network video. The respected professor passed away Jan. 21.
The university’s largest day of service on Feb. 25 is branching out this year to include alumni around the nation. Watch a video on how to get involved.
In this video, Texas Natural Science Center experts help visitors of all ages identify natural objects they’ve found, and the results are often surprising.