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The University of Texas System is expanding comprehensive degree and certification programs in Laredo to better serve the health care and educational needs of one of the fastest-growing regions of Texas.

Fourteen innovative and dedicated educators at UT institutions throughout the state were presented with a 2021 Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award during the Board of Regents meeting today.

The University of Texas System Board of Regents today allocated $1 million to create an endowment to benefit the new Diana Natalicio Institute for Hispanic Education at UT El Paso.

Peter O’Donnell, Jr. was perhaps the most influential Texan of his generation.

President Emerita Natalicio was one of our nation’s most respected and beloved leaders in higher education. She dedicated her entire career to transforming the landscape of higher education in El Paso and the Paseo del Norte area, and guided UTEP to research-university status as a nationally recognized institution.

Lumina Foundation has awarded The University of Texas System a $550,000 grant to use the power of data to help more students—especially historically underserved and minority populations in Texas—start and complete quality degrees at UT institutions.

University of Texas System Chancellor James B. Milliken and other education and business leaders -- including the CEOs of Apple, Amazon and JPMorgan Chase -- were invited to the White House Wednesday to meet with President Joe Biden and members of his cabinet and national security team to discuss how the government, education and private sectors can work together to improve the nation’s cybersecurity.
The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) announced it has awarded over $142 million in grants to fund innovative research and recruit top talent to the Lone Star state. Among the 24 organizations awarded grants are 11 University of Texas institutions that collectively received more than $66 million.