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July|August Alumni Authors

Patterns of Power By Jeff Anderson, BS ’88, MEd ’94, Life Member, and Whitney La Rocca Anderson and La Rocca team up to produce this thick yet accessible handbook...

 
 

Inside a Plan at UT to Capture and Store Carbon—Forever

On a cold, sunny December day in Austin, a cadre of UT researchers trekked out to the Brackenridge Field Laboratory, an 82-acre biological research site on Lake...

 
 

Two UT Schools Seek to Capitalize on Blockchain

Blockchain is all the rage these days. Best known as the backbone of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, the technology has taken the world by storm. Blockchain boosters...

 
 

Meet Raji Srinivasan, McCombs’ First Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion

On July 1, Raji Srinivasan will step into a new role: first-ever associate dean of diversity and inclusion at the McCombs School of Business. In this position,...

 
 

Clements Center Rings in Five Years with Former President George W. Bush

“Leaders need principles, vision, and implementation—and history gives perspective and usable lessons on leadership,” former U.S. President George W. Bush...

 
 

McRaven, Castro, Brennan, and Inman Talk Leadership at LBJ School

On Feb. 15, 2018, two retired admirals and a pair of Obama-era cabinet members joined forces to dispense leadership advice and observations from their lives of...

 
 

Secretary of State Tillerson Stops by UT Ahead of Latin America Tour

On the morning of Jan. 29, the UT community received an unexpected email blast. The U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, BS ’75, Distinguished Alumnus, would...

 
 

UT Astronomer Discovers New Planet in Our Rival Solar System

Kepler-90i might not have piqued anyone’s attention had it been discovered under different circumstances. The rocky, super-earth-sized exoplanet is about 2,545...

 
 

Jan|Feb Alumni Authors

The Throne of Caesar by Steven Saylor, BA ’78 Days after the slaying of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March, the poet Helvius Cinna is mistakenly assassinated...

 
 

Madeleine Albright Marks Opening of “Read My Pins” at the LBJ Library

On Oct. 26, Madeleine Albright clasped a commemorative pin on the left shoulder of her jacket. She was in Texas, so her pin featured a lone star, a Stetson cavalry...

 
 
 
November | December 2018
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