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Ashcroft Leaving The University of Texas at Austin to Accept Dean Position at University of South Florida

Judy Ashcroft, dean of Continuing and Innovative Education (CIE) at The University of Texas at Austin, has resigned that position, effective Oct. 28, to become founding dean of the new University College at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla.

Outstanding Migrant Students To Be Recognized at The University of Texas at Austin on April 11

High school migrant students from across the state will be recognized at The University of Texas at Austin on April 11 during the 24th annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony.

New Informal Classes Introduced by Continuing and Innovative Education

A new personal enrichment program presented in the spirit of the former Informal Classes at The University of Texas at Austin will be introduced this fall by the university's Division of Continuing and Innovative Education (CIE).

Ashcroft Begins Term as President of UCEA

Dr. Judy C. Ashcroft, dean of continuing and innovative education at The University of Texas at Austin, became president of the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) Saturday, April 10, at the conclusion of the association's annual meeting in San Francisco.

The University of Texas at Austin Announces Leadership Change in Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment

Dr. Judy Ashcroft, director of the Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment (DIIA) since 2001, has decided to step down, effective March 1, to focus on her responsibilities as dean of Continuing and Innovative Education, her other administrative role to which she was appointed in 2007.

FCC Commissioner Baker to Discuss Broadband Use in Education During Forum at The University of Texas at Austin

Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will speak during a forum and press conference at The University of Texas at Austin Monday, Sept. 21, on the importance of broadband Internet technology for distance learning to prepare high school students for higher education.

Outstanding High School Students from Weslaco and Edinburg, Texas Named Migrant Students of the Year at The University of Texas at Austin

Outstanding High School Students from Weslaco and Edinburg, Texas Named Migrant Students of the Year at The University of Texas at Austin

High school students Deyanira Castillo of Weslaco, Texas, and Amanda Lira of Edinburg, Texas, were named Students of the Year on Monday, April 6 by the Migrant Student Graduation Enhancement Program at The University of Texas at Austin.

Outstanding Migrant Students to Be Recognized at The University of Texas at Austin on April 6

High school migrant students from across the state will be recognized at a special ceremony at 1 p.m., Monday, April 6, during the 22nd annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin.