Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, joins President Powers, Chancellor McRaven and Student Government President Kori Rady in honoring the Class of 2015. Walker will share his commencement remarks in a live stream at 8 p.m. tonight. Tune in to the live stream.
The university Tower will shine with entirely orange lights and a “15” configuration in its windows to honor this year’s graduating class both Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24.
The 2015 university-wide Commencement ceremony has been canceled due to inclement weather and nearby lightning. We share in your disappointment and congratulate our graduates on their many accomplishments.
On May 19, President Barack Obama announced new steps to protect pollinators, bees in particular. Researchers on the Forty Acres, meanwhile, have been studying bees and protecting pollinations. Here's a quick look at some of the bee-related projects on which Longhorns are working.
So you want to be an entrepreneur? Great, but don't expect a normal 9-5 lifestyle. Or a steady source of income. Or even for your original idea to make it through the start-up testing ground before morphing into something completely different.
Congratulations to the Class of 2015! In honor of Commencement, here are 12 stories of how students from this class spent their time at UT and what they're doing next.