Topic: Curriculum

Texas Schools Must Become Relevant Again

Oct. 21, 2015

Millennials are coming of age at a time when many of our notions about work, identity, opportunity and mobility are undergoing profound change. Unfortunately our schools are not adapting.Schools across Texas must strive to be more responsive to the demands of our times, and that means teaching students the skills that are fit for an innovation economy.

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Five Great UT Medical Education Innovations

June 29, 2015
Dean Clay Johnston, surrounded by medical students and residents

What can students expect from enrolling in the first new medical school in decades to be opened at a Tier 1 research university? An education thoughtfully crafted to reflect the reality of practicing modern medicine.

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The University of Texas at Austin Releases Blueprint to Raising Graduation Rates Within Five Years

Feb. 15, 2012

The key to raising four-year graduation rates at The University of Texas at Austin is enhancing freshman orientation and the first-year experience to better emphasize academics and improving advising and student tracking, according to a newly released

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School of Architecture Promotes Sustainable Design in Core Curriculum with Meadows Foundation Grant

July 29, 2008

Faculty in the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin will soon have the opportunity to incorporate principles of sustainable design into core curriculum due to a $240,000 grant from the Meadows Foundation.

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Professor draws upon popular culture to illustrate today's moral issues

April 4, 2008