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Notes from the Jungle: Construction Update

The Law of the Jungle: a system or mode of action in which the strongest survive, presumably as animals in nature or as human beings whose activity is not regulated by the laws or ethics of civilization. Construction continues near

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Partners in Research, Health Care and Education

On Tuesday, Sept. 16, Alexa Stuifbergen, dean of The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing, welcomed visitors to the Jack and Laura Lee Blanton Lecture in Nursing, which featured Clay Johnston, inaugural dean of the UT Austin Dell

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Welcome to a New Semester

I always find the beginning of the school year to be exciting and full of promise for the future. A new year always offers a new start, with opportunities to engage with new professors, confront and challenge new ideas and

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Dell Medical School Construction Update

Things are changing here at the UT Austin School of Nursing. Seriously changing! Once ground was broken for the Dell Medical School and a new teaching hospital on April 21, it’s been full steam ahead. Parking lots have been ripped

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Dell Medical School Update

Note: The following is a recent interview with Robert Messing, M.D., Vice Provost for Biomedical Sciences Q: What is your first impression of The University of Texas at Austin? The culture here is very congenial and the administration is very,

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