The National Institute of Justice has awarded two grants to UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center.
National Park management policy treats commemorative works as historic features reflecting “the knowledge, attitudes, and tastes of the persons who designed and placed them.”
While settler colonial policies can include genocide, they take many forms.
Reducing stress in plants could help improve crop production to feed the world’s population.
Christian and Muslim communities have been neighbors in the area around Gaza for over 1,300 years.
The CAREER program is NSF’s most prestigious award for early-career faculty.
St. Francis and his fellow friars did not embrace the idea of pets, but he did promote harmony among animals and humans.
The program seeks to identify, prepare and advance academic leaders for roles within SEC institutions and beyond.
Plant appreciation is on the rise.
This September, the Institute of American Civics at the Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs is presenting programs highlighting Constitution Day.
Eight graduate students at UT have been newly awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Public perception of the Supreme Court continues to change.