Topic: Institute for Historical Studies

UT Austin to Help Train High School History Teachers From Across U.S.

June 25, 2013

Event: The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, one of the leading educational foundations in the country, has selected The University of Texas at Austin as a distinguished institution for training the next generation of history teachers. Twenty-five primary and secondary education teachers from schools throughout the country (including three in Texas) will participate in a weeklong seminar on the UT Austin campus, where they will work closely with faculty members to improve the quality of history education in their schools and communities.

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Training global diplomats

March 21, 2012
Training global diplomats

A new multidisciplinary initiative will draw on research and teaching expertise from the LBJ School, College of Liberal Arts and School of Law.

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LBJ School Launches New Multidisciplinary Initiative to Train Global Diplomats

March 21, 2012

In an effort to lead a renaissance among the next generation of diplomatic leaders and scholars, the Lyndon B.

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Leading Economic Policy Experts to Discuss Financial Crisis in the Eurozone

Nov. 2, 2011

Event: Leading European and American economic policy experts will gather for a two-day conference to discuss the financial and economic threats facing Europe.

When: Thursday and Friday

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Pressing Environmental Issues Examined by Scholars and Activists

April 14, 2009

Event: From controlling toxins and waste disposal to managing the rain forest and water rights, international policy analysts will examine some of the world's most pressing environmental issues at the "The Nation-State and the Transnational Environment" conference at The Universi

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