Dr. Ed Sharpe of The University of Texas at Austinnamed Educator of the Year by INROADS/Central Texas Inc.
Dr. Ed Sharpe, vice president for administration and public affairs at The University of Texas at Austin, has been named Educator of the Year by INROADS/Central Texas Inc., which is part of a national organization that places talented minority youth in internship jobs with business and industry, and prepares them for corporate and community leadership.Read more
There is no tried and true recipe for being a successful UT Austin student. But a program called Camptexas is offering some 570 incoming freshmen a head start toward making friends, learning about the UT experience and acquiring the skills it takes to be a Longhorn.Read more
In celebration of Lillian Enloe Woods' 100th birthday and to honor her and her two sisters, Betty Enloe and Gladys Enloe Courtney, for their lifelong dedication and contribution to numerous East Texas public school systems, friends and family have established the Enloe Endowed Scholarship in Education at The University of Texas at Austin.Read more
Increasing the minority college graduation rate is focus of newcourse offering at UT Austin's LBJ School of Public Affairs
The study of race-neutral and race-based educational policies that could be used to increase the number of Latino college graduates will be a new course offering next fall semester at The University of Texas at Austin.Read more
Three programs within The University of Texas at Austin will share a $1 million grant from the 3M Foundation designed to enhance a relationship that blends academics and business practices.Read more