UT’s College of Law is one of the nation’s outstanding law schools, according to the 2015 edition of the Princeton Review’s list of The Best 169 Law Schools.
Classes are in full swing and its that time of the semester for midterms—but SGA is still hard at work drafting legislation, planning events, and meeting with students and administration this month.
Melanie Wilson, a candidate for dean of the College of Law, will lead a public forum from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, October 10, in College of Law Classroom 132. Wilson is a professor of law and associate dean for academic affairs at the University of Kansas School of Law. Once all candidates have completed their visits, archived video of the presentations will be posted on the Office of the Provost’s website.
The New Norris House, a sustainable home and landscape designed by UT students and faculty has earned a national Honor Award for Research from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
UT welcomes football fans and alumni to campus this Saturday for Homecoming.
William Corbett, a candidate for dean of the College of Law, will lead a public forum from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 9, in College of Law Classroom 132. Corbett is the Frank L. Maraist Professor of Law and Wex S. Malone Professor of Law at Louisiana State University Law Center. Once all candidates have completed their visits, archived video of the presentations will be posted on the Office of the Provost’s website.
Exploring the city you live in can often lead to inspiration. That’s just what happened to David Harman, a graduate student in UT’s School of Art, after he finished his bachelor’s degree in art from the University of Dallas.
The Ready for the World Café takes another tour of Italy at its luncheon on Thursday, October 9.
Brenda V. Smith, law professor at American University Washington College of Law, will lead a public forum from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 7, in College of Law Classroom 132.
Clarence Brown Theatre’s production of The Miracle Worker begins today and runs through October 19. The production stars Rachel Finney, a legally-blind UT senior who draws on her own life experiences to play Helen Keller.