Topic: Guatemala

UTeach-Liberal Arts Goes Global: Applying top teacher-training principles into different cultural frameworks

Sept. 25, 2012
UTeach-Liberal Arts Goes Global: Applying top teacher-training principles into different cultural frameworks

UTeach-Liberal Arts, a division of the university's world-renowned teacher-training program, is now extending its efforts to universities across the globe.

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Digital Window Into Guatemala's Past to Launch at Conference on the Politics of Memory

Nov. 22, 2011

The University of Texas at Austin will launch a digital archive that consists of some 12 million pages of records from the Guatemalan Historical National Police Archive (known as Archivo Histórico de la Policía Nacional or AHPN), making online resources publicly accessible to researchers, human rights activists, prosecutors and ordinary citizens.

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Two MacArthur fellows, one signature class

March 18, 2011
Two MacArthur fellows, one signature class

In a Maya signature class, first-year students get a rare learning experience: to be taught by not one, but two of the university's MacArthur fellows.

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University Celebrates International Education Week

Nov. 11, 2010

Event: The University of Texas at Austin is celebrating International Education Week with film nights, foreign language sessions, cultural workshops, travel seminars, music and dance performances, art exhibits, study abroad events and international trivia competitions.

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Bringing aerospace engineering to Guatemala

Jan. 10, 2008

New international student Hector Escobar hopes to use his aerospace engineering degree to promote the field in his home country of Guatemala.

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