The president has named academics from UT and A&M, as well an Austin CEO, to his science and technology advisory council.
With taxpayer money now committed to the project, alongside private pledges, the oil billionaire’s push to create a conservative think tank on the Austin campus nears the goal line.
The document, from 1959, describes the view of Darrell K. Royal, Bibb Falk, and others that integration would be "ruinous for recruiting."
Kathryn Paige Harden’s new book says social scientists must acknowledge how DNA shapes our lives. Critics call that dangerous.
The pharmaceutical industry may not be ready for a coronavirus medicine you can chew like fruit leather.
The Longhorns' disappointing 6–3 season closes against Colorado in tonight's Alamo Bowl; but is the program's future any brighter?
The initiative follows on the heels of last summer’s announcement that the university will cover tuition for some students.
A raucous crowd of students made the late-night talk show’s Austin taping a pep rally celebrating all that makes UT special.
Dr. Livia S. Eberlin: “I Always Thought the Word ‘Genius’ Sounded Funny. How Can You Really Define What’s Genius?”
On our latest podcast, a conversation about chemistry and cancer with the UT-Austin assistant professor recently honored with a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.
The former University of Texas at Austin president, who takes over from retiring Chancellor William McRaven, discusses the state of the system.
With law enforcement racing to track down their first real lead, officials urge continued caution.
As the director of the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin, Thomas Staley turned the archive into the repository for some of literature's greatest giants. Now he's passing the baton to Stephen Enniss, who hopes to continue that legacy.
"Bomb Hoax Hits UT, North Dakota State; Both Oil-Rich Schools," reported Austin's CBS affiliate KEYE before concluding, "There is no official link between the two bomb threats and the campuses' relationships with oil."
A new study from UT Austin researchers finds math teachers are seeing more than just the numbers when they evaluate students' competence.
UPDATED: The Daily Texan editorial board issues a statement apologizing for Stephanie Eisner's cartoon. It also says that Eisner no longer works for the paper.