Topic: College of Education

Study: Very Light Smoking Popular Among Young Adult Women

July 20, 2015
Woman Smoking

“Very light” smoking, defined as five or fewer cigarettes per day, is common among young adult women in the United States, according to researchers at UT Austin.

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UT Game Changers: Autism and Developmental Disabilities

June 25, 2015
Still from Autism video

Researchers in the College of Education at UT Austin are making an impact in the field of Autism and Developmental Disabilities through an integrated model that includes three elements: Teaching, Research & Scholarship and Clinical Work.

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Federal Grant Helps UT Researcher Study Word-Problem Solving

June 17, 2015
Sarah Powell

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a four-year, $3 million grant to a College of Education faculty member at UT Austin to study ways to help students better solve word-problems in math. 

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Tower Shines for Dean Justiz's 25th Anniversary

March 5, 2015
Tower Shines for Honors Day

Dean Manuel Justiz has led the College of Education for 25 years, making the school one of the best in country.

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How to Teach Tolerance

Feb. 10, 2015
How to Teach Tolerance

To avoid another Ferguson, we need to start teaching tolerance -- in kindergarten. Read this op-ed from three UT researchers in education.

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