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We Are the Change: Welcome to a New Semester

It’s been said: Don’t expect to see a change if you don’t make one. Well, we’ve made quite a few since my last blog. It’s been a very busy and productive time. We’ve changed physically and have launched some great

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Let Me Give You Some Advice

The job of a graduate coordinator goes far beyond advising students. They must be effective advocates for graduate students and graduate causes for the School of Nursing. In addition to being accessible to students, the graduate coordinator role involves: Providing

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A Letter to Incoming Freshmen

I met a wonderful young lady the other night while watching the Longhorns play in the Alamo Bowl at a local Dallas restaurant. It is common practice at these gatherings to meet with alumni, engage in conversations and tell stories

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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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Why Graduation Day Is So Special

I love graduation! It is truly one of my favorite times to be a dean. I feel such a sense of pride each semester as I stand with our students as they receive public confirmation of their years of hard

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