Education and Leadership

Incoming freshman, students new to UT Austin to sample life at University through Gone to Texas 2000! program

Aug. 24, 2000

The singing of "The Eyes of Texas," the ringing of Tower chimes, the display of the giant Texas flag from the top of the Main Building by the Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity.

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Incoming freshmen in Northeast Texas area to be welcomed by visiting officials from The University of Texas at Austin during "Send-Off 2000"

Aug. 21, 2000

Students from the Northeast Texas area who will be incoming freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin next fall will be personally welcomed at a "Send-Off 2000" celebration in Mt. Pleasant on Tuesday (Aug. 22) by a University delegation led by Dr. Larry R. Faulkner, president of UT Austin.

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Incoming freshmen in Orange County area to be welcomed by visiting officials from The University of Texas at Austin during "Send-Off 2000"

Aug. 7, 2000

Students from the Golden Triangle area who will be incoming freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin next fall will be personally welcomed at a "Send-Off 2000" celebration in Orange on Tuesday (Aug. 8) by a UT Austin delegation led by Dr. James Hill, vice president for community and school relations.

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UT Austin President Larry R. Faulkner to visit incoming freshmen students and their parents in El Paso on Tuesday

July 17, 2000

Recent graduates from El Paso area high schools planning to attend The University of Texas at Austin this fall semester will be officially welcomed as members of the University community on Tuesday night (July 18) by UT Austin President Larry R. Faulkner. The welcoming ceremony, "El Paso Send-Off 2000," will be at the El Paso Country Club, 5000 Country Club Place.

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College of Education professors receive Department of Education grant to integrate technology into teacher education programs

June 13, 2000

Three professors from The University of Texas at Austin are recipients of the Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) grants from the U.S. Department of Education announced last week by President Bill Clinton.

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