Monthly Archives: October 2009

Congratulations to this year’s Powers Fellows!

Renewable energy. Politics. Indigenous languages. Cardiovascular health. See a pattern? The Graduate School does. This year, four graduate students from very different fields of study became connected when they were selected as the first recipients of the William C. Powers

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Where do you study?

There are 15 libraries on the University of Texas campus, tables sitting in the sunshine outside of the Texas Union and a Starbucks on 24th Street. There’s a Reading Center at McCombs, numerous study tables downstairs in the Communication building

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Founder of Building Tomorrow to speak at UT

If you’ve ever been interested in the non-profit sector or just want to get a little inspired, an exciting opportunity is coming up next Thursday, October 29. A Q & A session with George Srour, founder of the nationally-recognized Building

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This is Your Brain Online

As graduate students know all too well, much of the information we absorb on a daily basis comes to us through some sort of electronic medium. Whether reading a newspaper article on our laptops or perusing restaurant reviews on our

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Next Paisano Fellow shares tall tales, not-so-tall tales and “Birdisms”

Sarah Bird’s favorite description of herself as an author came from a high school student who was forced to attend a literary reading by her English teacher. She says, “Sarah Bird was tall and thin and wore these cute reading

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The University of Texas at Austin Graduate School

The Graduate School at The University of Texas at Austinprovides access to resources, services and funding to support more than 11,000 graduate students enrolled in graduate programs at the university.

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