Professors Janet Ellzey and Gretchen Ritter Appointed Vice Provosts at The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Gretchen Ritter, a professor of government and a fellow of the Alma Madden Professorship at The University of Texas at Austin, and Dr. Janet Ellzey, professor of mechanical engineering and assistant dean for international engineering education, have been appointed vice provosts at The University of Texas at Austin, Provost Steven Leslie said Tuesday.
The 61st Annual Honors Day celebration at The University of Texas at Austin on Saturday, April 4, will honor the academic accomplishments of 6,590 students during two ceremonies in the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Concert Hall.
Gender equity, political freedom and health care are among the most pressing challenges women face around the world, scholars say
Many Voices of Feminism: In the post-feminist era of the 21st century, are the aims and goals of feminism still relevant? Will feminism survive the rush to globalization? What universal lessons can we learn from the unique ways women around the world have advanced their concerns? To spotlight the diverse issues facing women around the world, we invited eight faculty members from the Center for Women's and Gender Studies to answer the following question: What is the most important challenge facing women in the 21st century?
LBJ School Faculty, Alumni and Staff Play Key Roles In ‘The Next Generation Project’; Innovative Policy Approaches to Meet Global Challenges Will Be Presented to Presidential Candidates
As the United States takes another step this week toward determining who will be on the November ballot, members of the faculty, alumni and staff of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin are playing key roles in a project that brings together the nation's brightest emerging… » Continue Reading
Jerry Wilcox, director of the International Office at The University of Texas at Austin since 1998, has retired.
Can North America Integrate? Researchers Cross Borders to Tackle Issues from Economic Development to National Security
The University of Texas at Austin and Mexico's leading universities are bringing together top researchers to examine the region's foreign policy issues at the "North America and the Dilemma of Integration" conference Feb. 25-29 in Mexico City.
The AT&T Foundation has contributed $600,000 to support academic programs at The University of Texas at Austin.