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October 25, 2001
Vol. 28, No. 12



The politics of interpreting Islam

UT scholars: World events challenge journalism ethics

Archer Fellows serve in Washington, D.C.

ExxonMobil gives $158,500

UT staffer gives $700,00 for scholarships

UT team seeks to save Ukraine historic site

Inaugural D. Harrington Symposium Nov. 2

Longhorn Halloween Oct. 28

Dr. Laura Flawn dies in collision

UT's bell ringer making music for nearly 50 years

Professor Jaime Delgado dies

UT grad students empowered in wake of Sept. 11 tragedy

UT researchers discover wood pulp replacement

UT engineers unlock defense body's protectve systems

New process detects cancer's ability to spread

Dr. Wood leads team in $80 million quake study

Undergrad biomedical engineering program created

FACTS brochures available

Faculty Council

News Briefs


Hearts of TX Campaign ends Oct. 31

UT book de-mystifies directing


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ExxonMobil Corporation gives $158,500 to The University of Texas at Austin

ExxonMobil Corporation on Thursday (Oct. 18) presented a check for $158,500 to The University of Texas at Austin for scholarships, diversity initiatives and other programs.

The funds will go to the colleges of Engineering and Natural Sciences, the departments of Computer Sciences and Management Science and Information Systems, the LBJ School of Public Affairs, the School of Law and the Red McCombs School of Business.
"ExxonMobil has long been a generous corporate benefactor to the university," said President Larry R. Faulkner. "The company has worked to not only improve our academic programs, but also the quality of student experience. We are extremely grateful for their support."

Over the years, ExxonMobil has given $21.8 million to various departments at The University of Texas at Austin. In addition, the corporation has provided the university with $4.5 million for various research projects.

"In addition to our general support of education, these grants are specifically directed to the university departments that are producing the well-qualified graduates that ExxonMobil needs," said Sharyl Hackett, ExxonMobil campus relations manager.

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