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Report: McRaven a Candidate for UT Chancellor

Paul Burka over at Texas Monthly is reporting (although he doesn’t name his source or sources, and he doesn’t say how good the information is) that...


Gov. Perry Appoints Three UT Regents

Texas Gov. Rick Perry today appointed two new members and one returning member to the University of Texas System Board of Regents. Ernest Aliseda, Jeff Hildebrand,...


UT Family Lines Up Behind President Bill Powers

Sometimes a rumor from a single unnamed source can spur thousands to action. So it’s been for the Longhorn community in the last 18 hours after one anonymous...

UT Unveils Strategies for Raising Graduation Rates

UT Unveils Strategies for Raising Graduation Rates

Four-year graduation rates are under the microscope. From Texas parents who don’t want to pay any more tuition than necessary to UT System regents who are...

UT Approved To Buy Popular Players Burger Joint

UT Approved To Buy Popular Players Burger Joint

A greasy burger spot may give way to another UT academic building before too long. At a meeting at UT-San Antonio today, the UT System Board of Regents unanimously...


UT Chancellor To Regents: ‘One Size Does Not Fit All’

[Correction appended] When it comes to higher education, especially vast public systems with institutions at varying degrees of development, making top-down, uniform...


UT-Austin’s Four-Year Graduation Rate Up 59% Since 1983

Graduation Rates at UT-Austin From 1983-2004 (Source: UT Statistical Handbook) Click on the chart for an interactive graph. With reporting by Sam Bohmfalk and...

Keep UT Vibrant, Says Former Student Body President

Keep UT Vibrant, Says Former Student Body President

Keshav Rajagopalan Few places can boast the level of energy and vigor that The University of Texas has on its campus on a daily basis. Rarely can you find a presidential...


‘Seven Solutions’ Would Drive Away Top Talent, UT Dean Says

Photo by Marsha Miller Implementing a series of proposals that advocate a business-style, market-driven approach to college education would leave Texas lagging behind...


Mythbusting Mr. O, Part II

Editor’s Note: This is the second of two posts relating to the Texas Tribune’s June 29 interview with Rick O’Donnell. Here’s part one. UT has been...

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