The William H. Crook Fellowship awards, which cover travel and living expenses for graduate students who will work this summer in developing countries for nonprofit organizations, have been given to seven students in the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law has announced.
University Enters Agreement with University of Havana; Faculty Experts Discuss Cuba’s Future After Castro
The University of Texas at Austin has established an exchange agreement with the Universidad de la Habana, Cuba, signaling a new era of academic cooperation with the country in the wake of Fidel Castro's resignation as president. The agreement includes the exchange of faculty and graduate students in the social sciences, humanities and sciences. Vice… » Continue Reading