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University of Texas System’s Virtual Health Network will increase access to quality health care statewide

To better serve Texans living in remote areas, The University of Texas System is expanding a network of technology to increase access to basic and specialized health care. This Virtual Health Network uses a relatively new health care delivery method – telemedicine – to provide more people with the care they need, wherever they may be.

UT System Regents to meet Nov. 14-15

The University of Texas System Board of Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 14-15, at UT Dallas in Richardson, Texas.

UT System Regents to meet Nov. 5

The University of Texas System Board of Regents will hold a special called meeting via telephone conference call at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 5, in Austin.

Public invited to offer input, nominations for next University of Texas at El Paso president

Members of the public may submit nominations for the next president of the University of Texas at El Paso via a UT System website launched today.

Healthier Texas Summit tackles state's most pressing health challenges

Jerome M. Adams, M.D., the 20th Surgeon General of the United States, will give the opening keynote address at the second annual Healthier Texas Summit, which is being held Thursday and Friday in Austin.

UTIMCO implements more stringent sanctions compliance procedures

In order to continue to serve as a prudent steward to protect and grow the endowment resources managed for the benefit of the UT and Texas A&M systems, The University of Texas/Texas A&M Investment Management Co. (UTIMCO) announced today it will expand its current sanctions compliance procedures to include businesses that are considered “scrutinized entities at the risk of becoming sanctioned by the U.S. government.”

UT System Chancellor James B. Milliken names Stacey Napier as vice chancellor for governmental relations

Following a national search, Stacey Napier has been named vice chancellor for governmental relations for The University of Texas System. Napier brings two decades of experience working in the legislative and executive branches of state government to her new role that serves as a key liaison between the UT System and the Texas Legislature and Governor’s Office.