Topic: College of Liberal Arts

This Semester I’m Working On … Volunteering Abroad

April 22, 2015
Texas Global Business and Microfinance Brigades in Panama in 2013

In the second installment of this ongoing series, sophomore Ryan Pakebusch shares about his work teaching business skills around the world with Texas Global Business and Microfinance Brigades.

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Adm. William McRaven to Deliver Glickman Centennial Lecture

April 22, 2015
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University of Texas System Chancellor William McRaven, a decorated veteran and 2011 Texan of the Year, will deliver the 2015 Glickman Centennial Lecture at the university.

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Shakespeare Wrote Contested Play, Suggests Text Analysis

April 10, 2015
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Through the use of text-analysis software, psychology researchers have identified William Shakespeare as the author of the long-contested play “Double Falsehood,” as described this week in the journal Psychological Science.

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Shakespeare Brand Identified in His First Poems

April 2, 2015
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A printer's ornament on the title pages of William Shakespeare's earliest works suggests that from an early stage in his career, the poet received significant support in fashioning a unique brand.

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A New Look at Language Delay in Children With Autism

April 2, 2015

A new study by a linguistics professor and an alumnus from The University of Texas at Austin sheds light on a well-known linguistic characteristic of autistic children their reluctance to use pronouns paving the way for more accurate diagnostics.

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