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  • UT College of Liberal Arts
    Digital Media Digital Media Web Services Departmental Web Services Course Websites Audio Services Video Services Copyright Intellectual Property Equipment Check Out FAQ IT Policy Networks Voice Network Services Supported Buildings Voice Services Servers Storage Servers Storage Classrooms Classroom Support Classroom List Common Operational Questions Lectures Online Videoconferencing Classroom Help FAQ Console Keys FAQ Lectures Online Computer Labs LAITS Lab COLA Labs Building Services About New Construction Moves Renovations Julius Glickman Conference Center About Meeting Room Reservations Reservations Reservations Form Acceptable Use Policy Room Use FAQ LabSpace About Program Labs Project Labs Faculty Development Online Education Student Technology Assistants Overview STA Program Video Clips Previous STAs Computer Support FAQs Classroom Help FAQ Console Keys FAQ Equipment Check Out FAQ Lost and Found FAQ CoLA Central Services Departments Centers Institutes Programs Initiatives Find Course Descriptions UG Research Opportunities Liberal Arts Advisory Council The College of Liberal Arts Advisory Council is a dedicated group of volunteers who all share a passion for the liberal arts Members are made up of both alumni and friends of the college Together with the dean the Advisory Council works to further the college s initiatives both academic and philanthropic College of Liberal Arts Advisory Council 2014 2015 Fields Alexander Chair Allison Wagner Vice Chair Fields Alexander Houston TX BA English 1987 JD 1992 Gordon Appleman Fort Worth TX BA Economics 1959 JD Harvard 1962 Michael G Appleman Fort Worth TX BA Plan II 1990 JD 1993 Margaret Arrington Dallas TX BA Mathematics 1961 Morton W Baird II San Antonio TX BA Plan II 1971 JD 1975 Stephen P Ballantyne San Antonio TX BA Economics 1972 MBA Finance 1974 JD 1977 Steve Baron Dallas TX BBA 1986 JD 1988 David Q Bates Jr San Antonio TX BA History 1975 Peggy A Beckham Abilene TX BA Plan II 1956 Philip Benson San Antonio TX BA Government 1963 JD St Mary s 1968 Ann R Biggs Fort Worth TX BA Geography 1972 Ann B Brinkerhoff Houston TX BA Sociology 1949 Gary E Bushell Austin TX BA Economics 1964 JD 1967 Stephen R Butter Jr Austin TX BA Plan II 1993 BBA Accounting 1993 JD 2003 Cindy M Carter Dallas TX BBA 1973 Coby C Chase Austin TX BA Government 1986 Stephen S Coats New York NY BA Government 1993 JD 1997 James F Cook San Francisco CA BA Economics 1982 Christi L Craddick Austin TX BA Plan II 1991 JD 1995 Christina Melton Crain Dallas TX BA Government 1988 JD 1991 Scott Crutchfield Beaumont TX BA Economics 1989 JD St Mary s 1991 Shirley M Dannenbaum Houston TX BA English 1961 William C Davidson Jr Austin TX BA Plan II 1960 JD 1963 Clarice M Davis Dallas TX BA Government 1962 MA Government 1964 JD 1968 Maureen H Decherd Dallas TX BA English 1973 Paul DeCleva Jr Dallas TX BA Philosophy 1975 JD SMU Thomas R Delatour Jr Beijing China BBA Accounting 1976 Robert B Dupree Fort Worth TX BA Government 1986 Mary Jane Edwards Fort Worth TX Robert B

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  • UT College of Liberal Arts
    and friends of The University and the public about and to promote the recognition of the College its present work its services to the State and Nation and its future plans and needs d To promote the welfare and advancement of the College and to assist it financially by encouraging voluntary private gift support e To promote understanding interaction and cooperation with other Advisory Councils of The University Section 2 The work of the Advisory Council is considered to be part of the work of The University s Development Board Coordination of effort and staff liaison is provided through the offices of the Dean and the Development Office of The University ARTICLE III Membership Section 1 Members There shall be four classes of membership in the Advisory Council Active Ex Officio Life and Honorary Section 2 Active Members There shall be not more than 75 Active Members of the Advisory Council each serving for a term of three years or filling unexpired terms of less than three years The Active Members shall be appointed by the President of The University in coordination with The University Development Board on nomination of the Dean and shall serve staggered terms approximately one third of the terms to expire each year The term of membership shall begin on September 1 and end on August 31 Active Members may not serve more than three full terms Active Members need not be graduates of The University nor residents of the State of Texas but they shall not be faculty of The University The President has discretion to relieve any member of the Advisory Council from membership prior to the end of the member s term of appointment Section 3 Qualifications Qualifications for Active Members on the Advisory Council are a A strong belief in the private support of higher education and enthusiasm for the College and The University b High standing in the community and wide acquaintanceship c A sense of organization an ability to get others to work and a willingness to devote time to the organization leadership and activities of the Advisory Council d A willingness to seek financial support for the College and to give personal support as far as possible Section 4 Responsibilities The responsibilities of the Active Members of the Advisory Council are a To assist in the attainment of the objectives of the Advisory Council and the College b To participate from time to time in presenting the needs of the College to prospective donors c To attend a majority of the meetings of the Advisory Council unless excused or waived d To give or to raise for The University for the use of the College an average of at least 1 500 00 per year during the time of service e When any Active Member s current term expires if he or she has not met the requirements of Council membership he or she shall not be eligible to continue serving on the Council Section 5 Ex Officio Members Ex Officio Members of the Advisory Council without vote shall be the Vice President for Development of The University and the President of the Liberal Arts Student Council The President of The University and the Dean shall have voting privileges a Ex Officio Members may designate a nominee to attend any meeting of the Advisory Council that the member is unable to attend b Any Ex Officio Member who ceases to serve in the office that qualified him or her for membership on the Advisory Council shall be succeeded in membership on the Advisory Council by the person who succeeds to such office either as the named officer or one who temporarily serves in such capacity c The Dean may establish an Advisory Board comprised of two faculty members of the College These faculty members shall be professors at The University and shall assist the Dean in service to the Advisory Council Section 6 Life Members A Life Member is one whose term on the Advisory Council has expired but who has been invited by the Membership Committee to continue serving on the Advisory Council Active Members shall be invited to assume Life status if they meet the following criteria a The member has served three full terms b The member has met the minimum fundraising requirement for the membership in Section 4 d or has given to or raised for The University for the use of the College a total of at least 13 500 00 over the period of his or her lifetime and c The member has met the attendance requirements in Section 4 c Active Members who have served fewer than three full terms but who have met the criteria listed in b and c above may also be invited by the Membership Committee to assume Life status Life Members will continue to serve indefinitely without reelection enjoying all the privileges and responsibilities of Active Membership Life Members shall be encouraged to support the College financially by giving to or raising for The University for the use of the College a minimum of 1 500 00 per year The talents and experience of Life Members shall be utilized in organizing important Advisory Council events Section 7 Honorary Members An Honorary Member is one who has consistently over an extended period of time rendered exceptional service or made significant financial contributions to the College and to The University The Honorary Member shall be nominated by the Dean and approved by the Advisory Council Each Honorary Member shall have all the privileges of an Active Member except that the Honorary Member shall have no vote ARTICLE IV Officers Section 1 Officers The Officers of the Advisory Council shall be Chairman Vice Chairman and the Dean The Chairman and Vice Chairman must be Active Members of the Advisory Council or may be Life Members who have not previously held either of these offices However the Chairmanship and Vice Chairmanship shall not simultaneously be filled by Life Members Section 2

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    Employee Reclassification Requests Separating Employees OV5 OV6 Timekeeping Staff Training Alternate Work Schedule Outside Employment TA AI HR Long Session Assignments TA AI Summer Assignments TA AI AcademicRates Travel VE5 Foreign Travel VE6 VP5 Mileage Car Rentals Conferences Procedures Recommendations Checklists Dates and Deadlines Upcoming Administrative Calendar Past Yearly Timeline Human Resources About Staff Contacts Administrative Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Faculty Resources Faculty Resources Department Governance Post Tenure Review Probationary Period Promotion and Tenure Third Year Review Faculty Annual Reports Standard Promotion Timeline HRMS Resources Overview Common Questions Assignments Student Academic Titles Assignments Student Non Academic University Affiliate Positions Research and Affiliate Titles Staff Resources Staff Resources Performance Appraisals Performance Management Plus Staff Excellence Award New Employee Orientation Reclassification Requests Staff Merit Increase Academic Advisor Policy Training Resources Getting Started Administrative Staff Resources Compliance Training Checklist Office Manager Unit Campus ListServs Professional Development Organizational Charts Research Graduate Studies About News Current Archive Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Grants Services Finding Grants Applying for Grants Grants FAQ Limited Submissions Work Environment Gender Equity Liberal Arts Gender Council Action Items Subcommittees Gender Equity Report Card Gender in Graduate Programs January 2010 Salary Increases Net Gains in Female Faculty Promotion Statistics Women Leaders Lecturer Appointments Letter from the Dean Graduate Studies Facts Figures Policy Statements Graduate Coordinators Graduate Student Funding Humanities Research Award How to Apply Recipients Symposium HRA Q A Student Affairs About Welcome Mission Staff Contacts Maps and Directions Events Gone to Texas Family Weekend Commencement Upcoming Explore UT About Sign up Student Services Advising Ask Libby FAQ Registration GPA Campus Resources Majors and Degrees Degree Plans Area Alt Course Lists Foreign Language Requirements Honors Certificates Dual Degrees Policies and Procedures Scholarships and Awards Liberal Arts Scholarships Keene Prize Prospective Students Internal Transfer Orientation About Pre Orientation What to Expect Math and Chemistry Assessments FIGs and LA 101 Post Orientation FAQ Family Involvement Graduation Application In Absentia Honors Tuition Rebate Student Programs UTurn UTurn Mentor Profiles Foundation Scholars Program LA 101 First Year Interest Groups FIG Student Organizations Student Group Funding Undergraduate Research FAQ Research Opportunities Course Credit Presenting and Publishing Parents League Alumni Friends Staff Contacts Pro Bene Meritis Nominations Past Recipients Our Donors and Advocates Advisory Council Council Bylaws Dean s Circle Members COLA Champions Student Ambassadors Liberal Arts Council DDG Alumni Association Support Us Ways of Giving Why Give Dean s Circle FAQs Endowed Presidential Scholarships Donor Bill of Rights Lifelong Learning Public Affairs Staff Contacts Liberal Arts Building Updates Steering Committee Donors Financing Green design Image Gallery News Current Archive Events Upcoming Calendar Archive Features Current 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2002 2007 Archive Web Spotlights TX Twang Fulbright Award Winner Division Street USA Robert Koons Nathan Snyder Dies Professor Emeritus Philip White Liberal Arts Professors Slated to Marc Musick Wins Best Book Award Moving Forward Looking Back as Research Awards Support Humanities Q A Roy Germano Juarez Mayor Q A Karen Grumberg Latin America Literature Conference ROTC Celebration Hans Boas

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    Staff Resources Performance Appraisals Performance Management Plus Staff Excellence Award New Employee Orientation Reclassification Requests Staff Merit Increase Academic Advisor Policy Training Resources Getting Started Administrative Staff Resources Compliance Training Checklist Office Manager Unit Campus ListServs Professional Development Organizational Charts Research Graduate Studies About News Current Archive Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Grants Services Finding Grants Applying for Grants Grants FAQ Limited Submissions Work Environment Gender Equity Liberal Arts Gender Council Action Items Subcommittees Gender Equity Report Card Gender in Graduate Programs January 2010 Salary Increases Net Gains in Female Faculty Promotion Statistics Women Leaders Lecturer Appointments Letter from the Dean Graduate Studies Facts Figures Policy Statements Graduate Coordinators Graduate Student Funding Humanities Research Award How to Apply Recipients Symposium HRA Q A Student Affairs About Welcome Mission Staff Contacts Maps and Directions Events Gone to Texas Family Weekend Commencement Upcoming Explore UT About Sign up Student Services Advising Ask Libby FAQ Registration GPA Campus Resources Majors and Degrees Degree Plans Area Alt Course Lists Foreign Language Requirements Honors Certificates Dual Degrees Policies and Procedures Scholarships and Awards Liberal Arts Scholarships Keene Prize Prospective Students Internal Transfer Orientation About Pre Orientation What to Expect Math and Chemistry Assessments FIGs and LA 101 Post Orientation FAQ Family Involvement Graduation Application In Absentia Honors Tuition Rebate Student Programs UTurn UTurn Mentor Profiles Foundation Scholars Program LA 101 First Year Interest Groups FIG Student Organizations Student Group Funding Undergraduate Research FAQ Research Opportunities Course Credit Presenting and Publishing Parents League Alumni Friends Staff Contacts Pro Bene Meritis Nominations Past Recipients Our Donors and Advocates Advisory Council Council Bylaws Dean s Circle Members COLA Champions Student Ambassadors Liberal Arts Council DDG Alumni Association Support Us Ways of Giving Why Give Dean s Circle FAQs Endowed Presidential Scholarships Donor Bill of Rights Lifelong Learning Public Affairs Staff Contacts Liberal Arts Building Updates Steering Committee Donors Financing Green design Image Gallery News Current Archive Events Upcoming Calendar Archive Features Current 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2002 2007 Archive Web Spotlights TX Twang Fulbright Award Winner Division Street USA Robert Koons Nathan Snyder Dies Professor Emeritus Philip White Liberal Arts Professors Slated to Marc Musick Wins Best Book Award Moving Forward Looking Back as Research Awards Support Humanities Q A Roy Germano Juarez Mayor Q A Karen Grumberg Latin America Literature Conference ROTC Celebration Hans Boas Book Award Oustanding Grad Award Jorie Woods Study Abroad Story Humanities Research Award 2011 Tunisian Election Raymond Dickson Fellowships 2012 Commencement Profile Humanities Institute Community Elections 2012 Hamermesh UTeach Guatemala ASA Student Scholars Publications Life Letters Take 5 Honors and Awards Awards News Alumni Newsletter Sept 2012 Archive LAITS IT Facilities About Us Mission Maps and Directions Contact Information Donate to LAITS Staff Staff Contacts Business Office Purchasing Hiring Time Sheets Entertainment Travel Features View All Past Events Archived News Past Features List Administrative Computing About Services Training Web Digital Media Digital Media Web Services Departmental Web Services Course Websites Audio Services Video Services Copyright Intellectual Property Equipment

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    Upcoming Administrative Calendar Past Yearly Timeline Human Resources About Staff Contacts Administrative Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Faculty Resources Faculty Resources Department Governance Post Tenure Review Probationary Period Promotion and Tenure Third Year Review Faculty Annual Reports Standard Promotion Timeline HRMS Resources Overview Common Questions Assignments Student Academic Titles Assignments Student Non Academic University Affiliate Positions Research and Affiliate Titles Staff Resources Staff Resources Performance Appraisals Performance Management Plus Staff Excellence Award New Employee Orientation Reclassification Requests Staff Merit Increase Academic Advisor Policy Training Resources Getting Started Administrative Staff Resources Compliance Training Checklist Office Manager Unit Campus ListServs Professional Development Organizational Charts Research Graduate Studies About News Current Archive Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Grants Services Finding Grants Applying for Grants Grants FAQ Limited Submissions Work Environment Gender Equity Liberal Arts Gender Council Action Items Subcommittees Gender Equity Report Card Gender in Graduate Programs January 2010 Salary Increases Net Gains in Female Faculty Promotion Statistics Women Leaders Lecturer Appointments Letter from the Dean Graduate Studies Facts Figures Policy Statements Graduate Coordinators Graduate Student Funding Humanities Research Award How to Apply Recipients Symposium HRA Q A Student Affairs About Welcome Mission Staff Contacts Maps and Directions Events Gone to Texas Family Weekend Commencement Upcoming Explore UT About Sign up Student Services Advising Ask Libby FAQ Registration GPA Campus Resources Majors and Degrees Degree Plans Area Alt Course Lists Foreign Language Requirements Honors Certificates Dual Degrees Policies and Procedures Scholarships and Awards Liberal Arts Scholarships Keene Prize Prospective Students Internal Transfer Orientation About Pre Orientation What to Expect Math and Chemistry Assessments FIGs and LA 101 Post Orientation FAQ Family Involvement Graduation Application In Absentia Honors Tuition Rebate Student Programs UTurn UTurn Mentor Profiles Foundation Scholars Program LA 101 First Year Interest Groups FIG Student Organizations Student Group Funding Undergraduate Research FAQ Research Opportunities Course Credit Presenting and Publishing Parents League Alumni Friends Staff Contacts Pro Bene Meritis Nominations Past Recipients Our Donors and Advocates Advisory Council Council Bylaws Dean s Circle Members COLA Champions Student Ambassadors Liberal Arts Council DDG Alumni Association Support Us Ways of Giving Why Give Dean s Circle FAQs Endowed Presidential Scholarships Donor Bill of Rights Lifelong Learning Public Affairs Staff Contacts Liberal Arts Building Updates Steering Committee Donors Financing Green design Image Gallery News Current Archive Events Upcoming Calendar Archive Features Current 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2002 2007 Archive Web Spotlights TX Twang Fulbright Award Winner Division Street USA Robert Koons Nathan Snyder Dies Professor Emeritus Philip White Liberal Arts Professors Slated to Marc Musick Wins Best Book Award Moving Forward Looking Back as Research Awards Support Humanities Q A Roy Germano Juarez Mayor Q A Karen Grumberg Latin America Literature Conference ROTC Celebration Hans Boas Book Award Oustanding Grad Award Jorie Woods Study Abroad Story Humanities Research Award 2011 Tunisian Election Raymond Dickson Fellowships 2012 Commencement Profile Humanities Institute Community Elections 2012 Hamermesh UTeach Guatemala ASA Student Scholars Publications Life Letters Take 5 Honors and Awards Awards News Alumni

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  • UT College of Liberal Arts
    Staff Resources Staff Resources Performance Appraisals Performance Management Plus Staff Excellence Award New Employee Orientation Reclassification Requests Staff Merit Increase Academic Advisor Policy Training Resources Getting Started Administrative Staff Resources Compliance Training Checklist Office Manager Unit Campus ListServs Professional Development Organizational Charts Research Graduate Studies About News Current Archive Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Grants Services Finding Grants Applying for Grants Grants FAQ Limited Submissions Work Environment Gender Equity Liberal Arts Gender Council Action Items Subcommittees Gender Equity Report Card Gender in Graduate Programs January 2010 Salary Increases Net Gains in Female Faculty Promotion Statistics Women Leaders Lecturer Appointments Letter from the Dean Graduate Studies Facts Figures Policy Statements Graduate Coordinators Graduate Student Funding Humanities Research Award How to Apply Recipients Symposium HRA Q A Student Affairs About Welcome Mission Staff Contacts Maps and Directions Events Gone to Texas Family Weekend Commencement Upcoming Explore UT About Sign up Student Services Advising Ask Libby FAQ Registration GPA Campus Resources Majors and Degrees Degree Plans Area Alt Course Lists Foreign Language Requirements Honors Certificates Dual Degrees Policies and Procedures Scholarships and Awards Liberal Arts Scholarships Keene Prize Prospective Students Internal Transfer Orientation About Pre Orientation What to Expect Math and Chemistry Assessments FIGs and LA 101 Post Orientation FAQ Family Involvement Graduation Application In Absentia Honors Tuition Rebate Student Programs UTurn UTurn Mentor Profiles Foundation Scholars Program LA 101 First Year Interest Groups FIG Student Organizations Student Group Funding Undergraduate Research FAQ Research Opportunities Course Credit Presenting and Publishing Parents League Alumni Friends Staff Contacts Pro Bene Meritis Nominations Past Recipients Our Donors and Advocates Advisory Council Council Bylaws Dean s Circle Members COLA Champions Student Ambassadors Liberal Arts Council DDG Alumni Association Support Us Ways of Giving Why Give Dean s Circle FAQs Endowed Presidential Scholarships Donor Bill of Rights Lifelong Learning Public Affairs Staff Contacts Liberal Arts Building Updates Steering Committee Donors Financing Green design Image Gallery News Current Archive Events Upcoming Calendar Archive Features Current 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2002 2007 Archive Web Spotlights TX Twang Fulbright Award Winner Division Street USA Robert Koons Nathan Snyder Dies Professor Emeritus Philip White Liberal Arts Professors Slated to Marc Musick Wins Best Book Award Moving Forward Looking Back as Research Awards Support Humanities Q A Roy Germano Juarez Mayor Q A Karen Grumberg Latin America Literature Conference ROTC Celebration Hans Boas Book Award Oustanding Grad Award Jorie Woods Study Abroad Story Humanities Research Award 2011 Tunisian Election Raymond Dickson Fellowships 2012 Commencement Profile Humanities Institute Community Elections 2012 Hamermesh UTeach Guatemala ASA Student Scholars Publications Life Letters Take 5 Honors and Awards Awards News Alumni Newsletter Sept 2012 Archive LAITS IT Facilities About Us Mission Maps and Directions Contact Information Donate to LAITS Staff Staff Contacts Business Office Purchasing Hiring Time Sheets Entertainment Travel Features View All Past Events Archived News Past Features List Administrative Computing About Services Training Web Digital Media Digital Media Web Services Departmental Web Services Course Websites Audio Services Video Services Copyright Intellectual

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  • UT College of Liberal Arts
    mail Kathleen Aronson at mcaronson austin utexas edu or call 512 475 9763 to receive more information about any of the giving opportunities discussed here Types of Giving Unrestricted Gifts Endowments Estates and Trusts Corporate and Foundation Gifts Unrestricted Gifts The College of Liberal Arts welcomes support from corporations and foundations Forming partnerships with the private and nonprofit sectors has enabled the college to strengthen its investment in scholarship its research enterprise and to foster opportunities for companies and foundations to have a measurable and positive impact on education as it relates to the liberal arts For more information about corporate and foundation giving please contact Kathleen Aronson Assistant Dean of Development at mcaronson austin utexas edu or 512 475 9763 Consider joining the community of supporters who believe in the mission to continue a tradition of excellence in the Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin Make an unrestricted gift today Endowments All endowment funds are placed in long term accounts where the principal remains intact Funding from endowments is drawn from the earned interest Endowments offer the donor an opportunity to support an area about which they are passionate and the funding source created by the endowment will continue for generations Endowments can be created through a one time payment or through installments over a 5 year period The College of Liberal Arts benefits from several types of endowments For more information about endowments in the College of Liberal Arts please contact Kathleen Aronson Assistant Dean of Development at mcaronson austin utexas edu or 512 475 9763 Endowment areas Minimum to establish Faculty Chair 1 000 000 Professorship 300 000 Fellowship 150 000 Students Presidential Fellowship 100 000 Graduate Fellowship 50 000 Grad Research Fund 40 000 Presidential Scholarship 50 000 Endowed Scholarship 25 000 Undergrad Res Fund 20 000 General Excellence 25 000 Book Funds 10 000 Estates and Trusts http giving utexas edu giftplanning Gifts that Provide Income for Life and Tax Savings In addition to establishing a legacy that will benefit the college for years to come planned giving can often provide income for life and or tax savings Here are some examples of planned giving options For more information about planned giving please contact Kathleen Aronson Assistant Dean of Development at mcaronson austin utexas edu or 512 475 9763 Bequests to the College of Liberal Arts A bequest is one of the most powerful and flexible expressions of your support If you are considering naming the College of Liberal Arts as a beneficiary of your will we can provide language to you and your attorney to ensure that your intentions are properly carried out A carefully planned bequest is an excellent way to leave a significant legacy while reducing and in some situations eliminating estate taxes Gifts of Life Insurance to Leverage Low Premiums Life insurance can offer an attractive way to leverage low premium payments to make a major gift to the College of Liberal Arts If you name the college

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    Graduate Studies About News Current Archive Calendar Upcoming Events Calendar View Past Events Grants Services Finding Grants Applying for Grants Grants FAQ Limited Submissions Work Environment Gender Equity Liberal Arts Gender Council Action Items Subcommittees Gender Equity Report Card Gender in Graduate Programs January 2010 Salary Increases Net Gains in Female Faculty Promotion Statistics Women Leaders Lecturer Appointments Letter from the Dean Graduate Studies Facts Figures Policy Statements Graduate Coordinators Graduate Student Funding Humanities Research Award How to Apply Recipients Symposium HRA Q A Student Affairs About Welcome Mission Staff Contacts Maps and Directions Events Gone to Texas Family Weekend Commencement Upcoming Explore UT About Sign up Student Services Advising Ask Libby FAQ Registration GPA Campus Resources Majors and Degrees Degree Plans Area Alt Course Lists Foreign Language Requirements Honors Certificates Dual Degrees Policies and Procedures Scholarships and Awards Liberal Arts Scholarships Keene Prize Prospective Students Internal Transfer Orientation About Pre Orientation What to Expect Math and Chemistry Assessments FIGs and LA 101 Post Orientation FAQ Family Involvement Graduation Application In Absentia Honors Tuition Rebate Student Programs UTurn UTurn Mentor Profiles Foundation Scholars Program LA 101 First Year Interest Groups FIG Student Organizations Student Group Funding Undergraduate Research FAQ Research Opportunities Course Credit Presenting and Publishing Parents League Alumni Friends Staff Contacts Pro Bene Meritis Nominations Past Recipients Our Donors and Advocates Advisory Council Council Bylaws Dean s Circle Members COLA Champions Student Ambassadors Liberal Arts Council DDG Alumni Association Support Us Ways of Giving Why Give Dean s Circle FAQs Endowed Presidential Scholarships Donor Bill of Rights Lifelong Learning Public Affairs Staff Contacts Liberal Arts Building Updates Steering Committee Donors Financing Green design Image Gallery News Current Archive Events Upcoming Calendar Archive Features Current 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2002 2007 Archive Web Spotlights TX Twang Fulbright Award Winner Division Street USA Robert Koons Nathan Snyder Dies Professor Emeritus Philip White Liberal Arts Professors Slated to Marc Musick Wins Best Book Award Moving Forward Looking Back as Research Awards Support Humanities Q A Roy Germano Juarez Mayor Q A Karen Grumberg Latin America Literature Conference ROTC Celebration Hans Boas Book Award Oustanding Grad Award Jorie Woods Study Abroad Story Humanities Research Award 2011 Tunisian Election Raymond Dickson Fellowships 2012 Commencement Profile Humanities Institute Community Elections 2012 Hamermesh UTeach Guatemala ASA Student Scholars Publications Life Letters Take 5 Honors and Awards Awards News Alumni Newsletter Sept 2012 Archive LAITS IT Facilities About Us Mission Maps and Directions Contact Information Donate to LAITS Staff Staff Contacts Business Office Purchasing Hiring Time Sheets Entertainment Travel Features View All Past Events Archived News Past Features List Administrative Computing About Services Training Web Digital Media Digital Media Web Services Departmental Web Services Course Websites Audio Services Video Services Copyright Intellectual Property Equipment Check Out FAQ IT Policy Networks Voice Network Services Supported Buildings Voice Services Servers Storage Servers Storage Classrooms Classroom Support Classroom List Common Operational Questions Lectures Online Videoconferencing Classroom Help FAQ Console Keys FAQ Lectures Online Computer Labs LAITS Lab COLA

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