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Plants: The Future of Energy?

A group of first-year students are examining the viability of switchgrass as an alternative energy source. Watch a video about diving into research through the Freshman Research Initiative.

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 day ago

Expect More Anxiety and Hope in Ads for Texas Gubernatorial Race

As summer turns to fall, the gubernatorial campaigns of Attorney General Greg Abbott and state Sen. Wendy Davis have ritualistically taken to the airwaves in an effort to shape the outcome of the upcoming election. While much attention has focused on wheth...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 day ago

#ReportingUT Puts Student Journalists on Assignment

Journalism students at UT get hands-on reporting experience outside the classroom. Follow them at #reportingUT.

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   4 days ago

Alibaba IPO Was Test of Whether U.S. Investors Will Take a Chance on the ‘New’ China

About 10 years ago, I led a two-week China business observation tour of McCombs Business School MBA candidates. One of our first stops was at the headquarters of Jack Ma’s Alibaba in Hangzhou, China. We went to Hangzhou because we had heard that Jack had...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   About a week ago

Looking for a Job? Having Too Many Contacts on LinkedIn May Backfire

What should you do when you get an invitation to connect with someone on LinkedIn who you’ve never met? I say ignore it. It may seem counterintuitive, but that’s the take-home message from our ongoing research at The University of Texas at Austin and C...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 week ago

How Ethical Are You? Put Your Decision-Making Skills to the Test

Two far-reaching programs at the forefront of higher education — Ethics Unwrapped and the Ethics and Leadership Flag — are giving students at The University of Texas at Austin, and people beyond the Forty Acres, the ability to live ethical lives and se...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 week ago

Everyday Ethics

Incorporating ethics lessons into courses across majors helps students practice making tough decisions before they're tested in the working world.

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 week ago

Spanking, Whooping, Beating – It’s All Hitting

There is now a national conversation about the difference between spanking and physical abuse. Many Americans are uncomfortable about physical punishment that injures children, but still favor milder forms such as spanking. In accepting spanking as a form ...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   1 week ago

Black Women are Already Dead in America

A mix of outrage, horror and despair probably best describes many people’s responses to the recent coverage of and reactions to the violent assault of black women. It raises questions about how race may have factored in. Would Ray Rice have been dropped ...

University of Texas–Austin Blogged   ·   2 weeks ago

Want Job Security? Jobs of Tomorrow will be in Service, Applying Manufacturing Technologies

The world of work continues to change in the United States as brains replace muscle. Nearly 200 years ago, half of all workers were engaged in agriculture jobs; yet today those workers are more productive with less than 5 percent of the jobs. As Texas went...

           

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