The Texas Exes is seeking nominations from students for two awards that honor members of the UT faculty and staff. The Jean Holloway Award for Excellence in Teaching is presented annually to a teacher in the College of Liberal Arts or Natural Sciences who demonstrates a warm spirit, a concern for… read more
Archives for October 2021
The Criminology & Criminal Justice M.A. and Ph.D. graduate programs at the University of Maryland in College Park, MD, will be hosting a free Virtual Open House for students interested in applying to our program. The event will be at 3:00 pm EST on Friday, November 5, 2021.
Shared on behalf of the Office of the University Ombuds for Students and Staff Our office will be hosting programing around Non Violent Communication. We’re calling it Empathy Cafe’s. They will be held during the lunch hour on October 28, 12pm-1pm in the Santa Rita room and November 17, 12pm – 1pm… read more
Shared on behalf of Dr. Lauren Gaydosh: I would be very interested in an RA-ship (for academic credit). We have the need for an undergrad research assistant (possibly paid) on our CAPS pilot project. Here is a blurb about the project: Older sexual minorities constitute approximately 3 million Americans, a… read more
No Such Thing as a Stupid Student: How Thinking Through Cognitive Accessibility Can Set Students Up For Success What can we learn about more effective communication from supporting people with cognitive disabilities, and how can we apply those lessons to support all students in learning more easily? Tuesday, October 194pm-… read more