LBJ School Record Spring 1999

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Features

Getting a piece of the action
LBJ School's proximity to Capitol creates opportunities
 
Legacy of the 60s
Historic period's influence examined
 
An Elite Corps
Graduates' sphere of influence widens
University honors Apfel
Owens is first LBJ School governor
Delaney's public service recognized
Goodwin is Outstanding Texas Ex
Hart Black heads Dallas Chamber of Commerce
 
The LBJ School Experience
Students juggle academics, public service, fun

 

Visitors Gallery

 

What's New

LBJ School Advisory Council formed
State of the School address
Dorn named distinguished alumnus
Guide to Texas agencies published
Marshall tribute planned
Co-op donates funds
Record survey results posted

 

Events

IC2 conference on technology, innovation
Rethinking government in the information age
Medicare proposed for retirees in Mexico
Sowing the seeds for a leadership center
Clinton discusses social security
Ethics conference focuses on public trust
NASPAA team visits School
Post-Hopwood policies analyzed
Diplomats discuss Middle East
Pre-session orients legislators

 

Alumni

Alumni Association wins award
Schwab takes new position

 

Faculty News

Faculty books stir dialogue
UT magazine showcases LBJ School research
Tolo, Thomas get teaching awards
Chapman named to prestigious committee
Sherman is Texan of the Year
Meadows holds Bentsen Chair
Flamm, Auerbach join faculty
Faculty Notes

 

Student Community

Commencement set for May 22
Five Ph.D. students graduate
Two Journal issues published
Ph.D. students form UT research group
Jordan forum tackles important issues
Four students pass Foreign Service exam
Student Notes

 

Research in Action

1998-99 Policy Research Projects

 

Staff Notes


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Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
The University of Texas at Austin
Edwin Dorn, Dean

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