Jack Goldsmith Keynotes “Executive Power” Symposium Co-Sponsored by the LBJ Library and School of Law
The LBJ Library and Friends of the LBJ Library at The University of Texas at Austin, in cooperation with the School of Law, will host "An Evening with Jack Goldsmith" on Thursday, April 8, at 6 p.m. in the LBJ Auditorium.
University of Texas at Austin Faculty Experts Available to Provide Analysis of Presidential Inauguration, Transition
University of Texas at Austin faculty are available to provide expert perspectives on presidential inaugural and transition issues, including policies, economics, and defense and foreign policy issues.
Children Aware of White Male Monopoly on White House; Youngest Citizens Say Exclusion Due to Voter Prejudice
Challenging the idea that children live in a color or gender blind world, a new study from The University of Texas at Austin reveals most elementary-school-age children are aware there has been no female, African-American or Hispanic President of the United States. And, many of the children attribute the lack of representation to discrimination.
From their views on the White House to the playground, children need mentors’ help to reject stereotypes
Adults often think children live in a color or gender blind world, but children begin to detect race during their first year of life and show signs of stereotyping by age three, says psychologist Rebecca Bigler, director of The University of Texas at Austin's Gender and Racial Attitudes Lab. Bigler researches the formation and consequences… » Continue Reading
The University of Texas at Austin's "Presidential Timeline of the 20th Century" was honored on Nov. 28 with an award from the Archivist of the United States.