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Alum Lonnie Fogle and the State of Black UT

Alum Lonnie Fogle and the State of Black UT

Chemistry major and retired Dupont engineer dedicates time to mentoring current black students through the Precursors, a group made of some of the first black students to attend UT in the 50s and 60s.

Camp ANWR: Teaching Marine Science at the Top of the World

Camp ANWR: Teaching Marine Science at the Top of the World

Marine scientists Ken Dunton and Jim McClelland teach, and are taught, by the kids of Kaktovik, Alaska, deep inside the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. 
Outstanding Students Honored by Texas Parents

Outstanding Students Honored by Texas Parents

Neurobiology major Da'Marcus Baymon is one of two seniors honored for exemplifying leadership, scholarship, character and service.

Doctoral Program in Statistics to Advance Research in Health Care and Technology

The college’s newest Ph.D. program in statistics was unanimously approved recently by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Should Teachers Be Allowed to Spank Students?

New studies shed light on the effectiveness of spanking.
UTeach Featured As National Solution at NBC’s Education Nation Summit

UTeach Featured As National Solution at NBC’s Education Nation Summit

The College of Natural Sciences UTeach program was featured as one of ten programs from around the country that have implemented focused solutions in their communities, and have seen demonstrable success as a result.

Six Assistant Profs Win CAREER Awards from National Science Foundation

The awards, which total more than $1.5 million, recognize promising young faculty.

College Congratulates Newly Promoted Faculty

The College of Natural Sciences congratulates its faculty members that have demonstrated high distinction in teaching, research and service to the university and their field of study. Below are the faculty members that have received promotion in 2012.

Literacy Program Expands Tutoring to 2,000 Children in Austin and Manor

Literacy Program Expands Tutoring to 2,000 Children in Austin and Manor

Kids will be building fundamental literacy skills through a partnership led by college's ACE (A Community for Education) program, part of the Dana Center.
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Mathematics Faculty Receive $2.5 Million Grant to Advance Education in Geometry and Topology

The award will enhance the training of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers.