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Required by the General Appropriations Act, Article II, Section 50 and contains the amount of designated tuition collected, the purpose for which the money was spent, and the amount set aside for student assistance.
The Monthly Financial Report compares the results of operations between the current year-to-date cumulative amounts and the prior year-to-date cumulative amounts.
The Consolidated Annual Financial Report for UT System with audit opinion from Deloitte & Touche, which includes Management’s Discussion and Analysis and footnotes to the financial statements.
Each general academic institution and health related institution shall report, by December 1 of each year of the biennium, to the Legislative Budget Board and Governor, the following information: (a) The amount of research funds awarded to the institution in the prior fiscal year, from appropriations made elsewhere in this Act, from the following, listed individually by source of funding: 1. Core Research Support; 2. Texas Research University Fund; 3. Comprehensive Research Fund; 4. Available National Research University Fund; 5.
As required by the General Appropriations Act, a Report of Higher Education Employees Group Insurance Contributions Appropriations Transfers must be submitted to required legislative bodies.
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A University of Texas System forum in Washington D.C. will spotlight the vital role academia – and specifically UT institutions – can play in addressing the nation’s defense and national security challenges.
Having spent my entire adult life as an advocate for education both as a public school teacher and a teacher of future teachers, I have dedicated my professional career to helping students of all ages reach their goals and fulfill their potential. My commitment is to be a model and exemplify the behaviors I want my students to value by instilling a passion in my students for the field of education and an understanding of how each teacher impacts the lives of countless students.
"Above all, my primary desire is to train young minds, to fascinate them with chemistry as I have so often been. As a teacher, it is my duty to help students through a critical part of their life. I do this by being a good academic role model, by letting students know that I care about their academic and personal success, and by working hard to help them reach their goals."
Anatomy and Physiology are quite challenging for most freshmen so much of my time and energy is spent teaching them how to organize, understand and commit to memory large quantities of complex information. This is exhausting, but at the same time, it is very satisfying to help a student discover their true capabilities when academically challenged. I just can't imagine doing anything else with my life.