Science and Technology

The University of Texas at Austin management information systems 311F course to hold business fair on May 1

April 26, 2000

The MIS 311F class at The University of Texas Business School will hold its biannual "City of Cleveland" business fair and mock trade show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., May 1, at the Texas Union Ballroom.

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Earth Day celebration at the Texas Memorial Museum

April 19, 2000

The Texas Memorial Museum will celebrate Earth Day on Saturday April 22 with a new exhibit and a day of family fun.

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Houston area students get more than $200,000 in scholarship grants during visit by UT Austin officials

April 17, 2000

President Larry R. Faulkner of The University of Texas at Austin and members of his staff on April 12 delivered more than $200,000 in scholarship grants to 57 seniors in six Houston area high schools and urged the high academic achievers to consider attending UT Austin next fall.

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Babies' babble holds secrets to origins of speech, UT Austin researchers discover

April 17, 2000

The origin of word forms in infants is determined by simple mechanics not by speech specific genes, according to a new study by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin. The researchers also found a strong relationship between how infants acquire speech motor control and the origins of speech production skills in early man.

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UT Austin honor student Christopher J. Moreland's research may help deaf children learn sign language more efficiently

April 11, 2000

Honor student Christopher J. Moreland of Hurst has seen a transformation in himself during his academic career at the University of Texas, and he believes it has made him a better person.

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