Topic: College of Liberal Arts

Poll: Minority Voters Oppose Concealed Carry on Campuses

April 27, 2016
Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis

The majority of black and Latino voters in Texas oppose campus carry, according to a public opinion poll by The University of Texas at Austin. 

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UT Truman Scholar Plans to Attend Law School

April 25, 2016
Zoraima Pelaez

UT Austin Humanities junior Zoraima Pelaez will use her Truman Scholarship to pursue a law degree upon graduating.

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Carnegie Fellowship Awarded for Research on U.S. Gun Culture

April 19, 2016

Communities of gun owners may be reshaping democracy, according to The University of Texas at Austin sociologist Harel Shapira, one of 33 scholars nationwide to receive the 2016 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.

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Accepting Certain Jobs Can Adversely Affect Future Prospects

March 3, 2016

Accepting a job below one’s skill level can be severely penalizing when applying for future employment, according to new research by sociologists.

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Website Permits Global Policy Analysis Across Time and Place

March 1, 2016
U.S. Capitol

As the presidential primaries heat up, political leaders, journalists and students of government can compare politicians’ policy suggestions to public policy around the globe.

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