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Seven faculty members from five UT institutions have been selected as Fellows to the National Academy of Inventors, the highest professional accolade bestowed to academic inventors.
The University of Texas System and its 14 institutions honor the memory and distinguished public service of George Herbert Walker Bush, our nation’s 41st President. President Bush was an exemplary public citizen, serving Texas and our country for many years. His example of leading with purpose, grace and dignity is one we cherish.
Ray Greenberg, M.D., Ph.D., a nationally recognized academic health leader who has served as The University of Texas System’s top health executive for the past five years, is stepping down from his leadership post, Chancellor James B. Milliken announced Monday.
The University of Texas System will select a national commercial real estate brokerage firm to assist in the sale or ground lease of approximately 305 acres of vacant land in south central Houston.
Dallas business and civic leader Mike A. Myers has been named a recipient of the Santa Rita Award, the highest honor presented by the UT System Board of Regents. The Regents unanimously voted to bestow the honor on Myers during a board meeting on Thursday, Nov. 15.
University of Texas System’s Virtual Health Network will increase access to quality health care statewide
To better serve Texans living in remote areas, The University of Texas System is expanding a network of technology to increase access to basic and specialized health care. This Virtual Health Network uses a relatively new health care delivery method – telemedicine – to provide more people with the care they need, wherever they may be.
The University of Texas System Board of Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 14-15, at UT Dallas in Richardson, Texas.