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UTRGV School of medicine receives $2.88 million grant to build healthier communities

UTRGV School of medicine receives $2.88 million grant to build healthier communities

The UT Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine has received a $2.88 million grant from the United Health Foundation to support increased health care access and education.

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UT Austin students win $100,000 to develop app

UT Austin students win $100,000 to develop app

The Watson University Competition prize from IBM and The Entrepreneurs’ Fund was awarded to a team of UT Austin students after they developed a prototype app, CallScout, that would use IBM’s automated question-answering system Watson to streamline the delivery of information about social services available through 2-1-1.

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Chancellor McRaven makes first campus visit

Chancellor McRaven makes first campus visit

During his second week at the UT System, Chancellor Bill McRaven visited with students at UT Brownsville and UT Pan American on a South Texas sojourn. Read his blog and see photos from the visit here.

UT Austin and UTSA recognized for community engagement

UT Austin and UTSA recognized for community engagement

For investing substantial efforts in important aspects of institutional mission, identity and commitments to serve the local community, UT Austin and UT San Antonio have received 2015 Community Engagement Classification from The Carnegie Foundation. They join previous recipients UTA, UTB and UTEP.

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Health commissioner tapped for joint appointment with UT System and UT Health Northeast

Health commissioner tapped for joint appointment with UT System and UT Health Northeast

Nationally-renowned physician David Lakey, M.D., will step down as commissioner for the Texas Department of State Health Services to join UT Health Northeast in Tyler and The University of Texas System.

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UT System makes commitment to developing women leaders

The University of Texas System is setting the stage to serve as the national model for pro-actively advancing women into senior faculty and executive positions.

The inaugural “Developing Future Women Leaders” conference was held in Austin this week to focus on building a sponsorship program within the UT System. Sponsorship programs are different from mentorship or coaching programs in that sponsors – a person in a position of power – advocates publicly for the advancement of a protégé within an organization.

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