Topic: LBJ

NEA and NEH Chairs Mark 50 Years With Talk at UT Austin

Dec. 2, 2015
Lyndon Baines Johnson

The University of Texas at Austin will host a conversation with National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu and National Endowment for the Humanities Chairman William D. Adams to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the NEA and NEH. 

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Science and History Come Alive on Campus

Dec. 3, 2014
Science and History Come Alive on Campus

Explore these campus destinations to learn about monumental moments in history and scientific discoveries.

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The Civil Rights Amendment Should Ensure Health Security for Hispanic Americans

April 16, 2014
The Civil Rights Amendment Should Ensure Health Security for Hispanic Americans

Last week's 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act serves as a reminder that politics and history shape the nation's health care delivery system.

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Experts Available to Discuss President Obama's Austin Visit from The University of Texas

May 8, 2013

President Obama's trip to Austin Thursday will include a visit to Manor New Technology High School. The high-tech high school is a field site for The University of Texas at Austin's UTeach program, which actively trains the next generation of STEM educators and is a model for other programs around the country. Also, the STEM curriculum in place at the school was designed by UTeach graduates.

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Experts on the Pope Selection from The University of Texas

March 14, 2013

The Catholic Church has elected Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina to become the first Latin American Pope, Pope Francis. If you are looking for an expert or sources to provide context in your coverage of this new development, The University of Texas at Austin has the number one graduate program in Latin American History in the nation, as well as a number of experts available to provide insight on this announcement.

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