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2002 Issues


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October 1, 2002
Vol. 02, No. 3

Harrington Fellows Program brings acclaimed academic talent to campus; Jamail and Long family gifts totaling $6 million help fund scholarships at university; Engineers license revolutionary software for automotive industry; 2002 Hearts of Texas Campaign to be conducted Oct. 1-31; University Health Services announces 2002 Flu Shot Campaign

September 23, 2002
Vol. 02, No. 2

National ranking surveys recognize university's excellence, value; Faulkner outlines goals, challenges for coming year in 'State of the University' address; Fall enrollment total sets record; Richards-Kortum receives prestigious $1 million grant; University enhances pre-game security; Longhorn Scholars to be honored at reception

September 3, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 02, No. 1

Nobel Prize-winning engineer Jack Kilby to speak on campus; Library loan period for undergraduates increased to 28 days; African-American faculty, staff and guest artists reach out to children in East Austin; Office of Student Financial Services expands electronic offerings for students; A Texas-sized welcome for new students

August 5, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 37

Dr. Angela Belcher receives 2002 World Technology Award; Older Mexican-Americans face deficiencies in health care coverage; University sets priorities for use of capital resources; University receives drilling core research facility, collection of earth core samples from oil, gas wells valued at $7.5 million from BP

July 29, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 36

Researchers discover earliest documented use of chocolate; School of Law applications reach all-time high; Connexus Clusters prepare students for success in professional world; University's Tarlton Law Library wins nonprint award for its Texas Constitutions Digitization Project

July 22, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 35

One of nation's finest print collections donated to Blanton Museum of Art; School of Nursing leads effort in mass casualty education; University drops proposed infrastructure charge; University's scanning facility to solve mystery of Archaeopteryx brain

July 15, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 34

University of Texas System unveils expanded public school initiative; New leadership announced for IC2 Institute; Officials researching Attorney General's ruling on infrastructure fee; Center for Health and Social Policy created at LBJ School of Public Affairs; New Texas generic drug law could save patients millions

June 24, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 33

$1.725 million research grant to help depressed pre-teens in pioneering study at Georgetown, Pflugerville school districts; Strauss Institute gets $340,000 grant; Yudof appointed chancellor; Digital technology allows Gutenberg Bible to enter 21st century; Researchers achieve major step toward understanding addictive nature of alcohol

June 17, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 32

Fourteen universities in Texas to work together to increase number of engineering grads; IC2 Institute awarded grant to help disadvantaged youths in Texas; Krug wins $141,000 prize for pioneering flu research; LBJ School of Public Affairs developing economic forecast model for semiconductor industry; System-wide Employee Advisory Council working on compensation, other issues

June 10, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 31

Ainslie unveils photo exhibit honoring death of Jasper resident; Yudof named sole finalist for UT System chancellor; The Hearst Corporation pledges $1 million to fund Journalism chair; Kockelman named one of world's 'Top Young Innovators'

June 3, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 30

Environmental Science Institute awarded $1.52 million to enhance science education in Texas; University ranks fourth in nation in Peace Corp volunteers; George Gau named dean for McCombs School of Business; University researchers engineer anthrax-battling antibodies

May 27, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 29

Nine elected to Academy of Distinguished Teachers; Gale Foundation supports library collections; Blanton Museum receives $1 million for new building; Jubilant graduates celebrate spring commencement 2002; Annual enrollment period for employee benefits set for July 1-31

May 20, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 28

Factors other than major affect lifetime earnings of university graduates; Strauss Institute started to 'create more voters, build better citizens'; Art and Art History Department receives William and Bettye Nowlin endowments in photography; Turtles basking comfortably again in campus pond near UT Tower

May 1, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 27

Dorn to give commencement speech; efficiency task force announces new Web site; UT Remembers service set for May 3; Study abroad program suspended; benefits info to be sent via e-mail

April 22, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 26

Tower lights honor achievements; Three professors win Guggenheim Fellowships; Campus to honor diversity of cultures in program April 25; Center for Mexican American Studies presents 16th annual Paredes Lecture

April 15, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 25

Provost to announce Innovative Instructional Technology Awards; Texas tribute to Sept. 11 captures national Rube Goldberg contest; Ann Hartness named head librarian of Benson Latin American Collection

April 8, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 24

Faulkner appoints board members for Harrington Fellows Program; University's graduate programs rank highly; Special cash awards recognize exemplary records, contributions of university's graduating seniors; 54th Annual Honors Day to be celebrated April 13

March 25, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 23

Texas Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records established; Marine Science Institute receives endowed chair from H.E.B; McDonald Observatory to open new Visitors Center on April 6; Human resource Services sponsors spring pre-retirement series

March 18, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 22

Hispanic magazines rank Law, Business Schools No. 1, University No. 4; $1 million endowment honors President Faulkner; Compaq provides computer systems for grad students

March 11, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 21

ITS announces reorganization; Advertising department receives $100,000 grant for interactive advertising program; UT engineers to launch NASA climate study

March 4, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 20

University announces redesign of campus Web site; UT Knowledge Gateway Initiative offers Internet window into university's vast resources; Faulkner announces record-setting gift, major initiatives; University's recruiting, hiring trends dramatically reduce job vacancies

February 18, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 19

Tower Garden architect and artist chosen for redesign; students to spruce up Intel Building; Keep Austin Beautiful awards university with "Best of the Best" honor for community project

February 11, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 18

Sixth annual Barbara Jordan Forum to explore digital divide issues; Project 2002 clean-up effort set for Feb. 16; University creates scholarship program to promote diversity; Preliminary spring enrollment totals 48,023; University regents to consider modified infrastructure proposal

February 4, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 17

Revised fee proposal reduces costs, identifies efficiency measures; Faulkner creates new task force; Staff Council considers proposed bylaws; Infrastructure fee proposals

January 21, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 16

University faces deficit--proposes student fee increase; campus lecture on network security measures; NEH awards challenge grant to Shakespeare at Winedale program; College of Communication publishes career handbook

January 15, 2002     --      PDF version 
Vol. 01, No. 15

Campus to celebrate MLK birthday; Erwin Center to host Public Sector Job fair; Brett named v.p. and dean of students; new visiting scholars program announced

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