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U.S. Department of Energy selects UT San Antonio to lead Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute

Five year, $70 million agreement will focus on energy efficiency, job creation and technical innovation

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University of Texas institutions are among the most innovative in the world.

One week ago, George Floyd was killed by those sworn to protect him. This senseless act of inhumanity was an ugly moment in American history – but to our great shame as a nation, one that has been all too common. The persistence of hateful bigotry and racial injustice in America is evidence that our nation’s institutions are not serving us as they should. 

The Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) – a collaboration of all 13 of the state’s public health-related institutions – is now available to support primary care providers working with children and adolescents with mental health issues.

Academic advising is critical to helping students succeed in college – and especially challenging now that a pandemic has dramatically impacted teaching and learning and limited in-person meetings.

Read Chancellor James B. Milliken's prepared remarks to the Board of Regents on May 6 about the impact of COVID-19 on UT institutions.

University of Texas System Chancellor James B. Milliken announced today that Teik Lim, Ph.D., will serve as president ad interim of UT Arlington, effective immediately.

The colleges of education at the eight UT academic institutions have curated a list of high-quality resources to support K-12 student and professional teachers who have made the rapid transition from in-person to remote teaching because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

University of Texas System Board of Regents Chairman Kevin Eltife announced that the Board and Chancellor James B. Milliken have selected Dean Jay Hartzell of the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin to serve as the university’s interim president.