Welcome to the on-line version of the Spring 2000 Record.

Features

A tribute to an American hero
Barbara Jordan salute
 
Downstream from the dams
Austin technopolis greets the world
 
An ounce of prevention
Education-related projects tackle problems at their roots
 
 

Events

Philanthropy center inaugurated
Fourth managing for results conference held
Global climate issues debated
Female legislators discuss leadership
State of the School address
Marshall Center celebrates
Post-Cold War policies discussed
State of the American Presidency Symposium

 

Alumni Update

Reyna heads Farm Credit Administration
UT Graduate School honors Owens
Jacquez named Seaway chief
Pedersen selected 1999 distinguished alumnus
Alumni Notes

 

Student Community

GPAC reports on projects
Journal publishes print, online editions
PoWeR tackles women's issues
Graduation convocation set
Service Corner

 

Visitors Gallery

Prominent child advocate gives talk
State/local government officials visit
Ben Barnes issues wake-up call
Federal policymakers share insights
International visitors offer new perspectives

 

What's New

U.S.-Mexican program merges with new center
Technology and public policy component added

 

Faculty News

Teaching award winners announced
EC fellow, diplomat bring expertise
Faculty Appreciation Week
Faculty notes

  

Research in Action

1999-2000 Policy Research Projects

 

Bulletin Board/Staff Notes


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05 May 2000

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