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Innovating Excellence

Fenves Officially Named UT President

The UT System Board of Regents named Gregory L. Fenves the 29th president of UT. His term begins June 3.

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You'll find the beauty of the Forty Acres, beloved Longhorn traditions, forward-thinking research and transformational student experiences throughout the responsive new site.

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This Semester I'm Working On ...

In the second installment of this ongoing series, sophomore Ryan Pakebusch talks about his volunteer work teaching sustainable development around the world.

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UT's Huge Economic Impact

President Powers shares findings from a new study that shows the university generated $8.8 billion in added income to the Texas economy in 2013 by attracting research grants, nurturing start-ups and educating students.

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