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NACOGDOCHES, Texas - Immediately upon legislative approval of its affiliation with The University of Texas System, Stephen F. Austin State University will receive at least $1 million per year in need-based financial aid from the UT System Board of Regents through the Regents’ Promise Plus endowment.

TYLER, Texas - Texas Governor Greg Abbott joined UT System leaders today to break ground on UT Tyler’s new Medical Education Building, which will house the university’s new School of Medicine and the 7th medical school within the UT System. Gov.

AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas System has been awarded a Phase 2 grant through Strada Education Network’s $10 million Beyond Completion Challenge.

AUSTIN, TEXAS –The University of Texas System and Google today hosted U.S. Senator John Cornyn and several leaders in Texas higher education and workforce development to announce the availability of Google Career Certificates to thousands of students across eight University of Texas academic institutions.

AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas Board of Regents today gave final authorization for design, development, and additional construction funding for the University of Texas at Tyler School of Medicine’s new Medical Education Building – approving a total project cost of $308 million for the facility.

AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas Board of Regents today approved $2.5 million in funding to establish the Trauma Research and Combat Casualty Care Collaborative (TRC4) at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) in partnership with the Department of Defense (DoD).

AUSTIN, Texas – The University of Texas System gathered its top scientists, researchers and health care experts from across its health and academic institutions to collaborate on the latest neuroscience research and care and to address important challenges confronting the industry in Texas. The Systemwide Brain Summit was held Monday, Nov. 7 - Tuesday, Nov. 8.

AUSTIN - Texas - KUT Austin's Seema Mathur covered the UT System's Brain Research Summit which took place Monday, Nov. 7 - Tuesday, Nov. 8, featuring doctors, professors, researchers and numerous leaders in brain health from across UT institutions. The full audio segment and transcript are below.