College of Engineering Min Kao recently spoke with The Kansas City Star about his role as co-founder and CEO of Garmin LTD., and the importance of nurturing other engineering and entrepreneurial talent. Kao had recently returned from London, where he received The Economist’s 2012 Innovation Award for Consumer Products. Read the full story at The
UT is on the leading edge—a green edge. It is one of the first large universities in the Southeast to offer a major in sustainability. The interdisciplinary major offers a curriculum that enables students to learn the policy and procedures behind reducing the impact on the natural environment to create a healthy economy and meet
Doug Blaze, dean of UT’s College of Law, has received the 2012 Deborah Rhode Award from the American Association of Law Schools. The award honors a dean or faculty member who has dedicated significant efforts to increasing access to justice through the law school environment while inspiring similar efforts from others.