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March 23, 2018 •
Because the bachelor’s in marine science-biology is one of UT’s most prominent degrees, a vast array of facilities and equipment is available to faculty and students for course work, experiential learning and faculty-led research. This includes the new BIOS II, a 46-foot, comfortable, stable, scuba-ready research vessel. Learn more: http://www.ut.edu/biology/marinescience/
March 22, 2018 •
"Rajul Mehta and Ismail Mohammedali, both senior triple majors in finance, accounting and cybersecurity, along with Jyotsna Gautam, a graduate accounting student, and John Vasquez, a senior finance major, are a team in a competition called Up to Us, where students from different schools compete to see how well they can educate their student body about the national debt...
The team is judged on the events they hold, how many pledges they get and how many partnerships with other organizations the team forms....
The competition ends on March 23, and the students find out the results in April. For more information on how to get involved, go to itsuptous.org/get-involved/pledge.
The winning team gets $10,000 and an invitation to a summit in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Clinton Foundation and the Peter G. Peterson Foundations which started Up to Us...
Mehta is currently trying establish Up to Us as a permanent organization on campus, and hopes that by Fall 2018 it will be operating."
Full story: https://theminaretonline.com/2018/03/22/national-debt-its-up-to-us/
March 21, 2018 •
In a ranking by CEO Magazine of MBA programs that stressed “fact based criteria,” UT Sykes College of Business was placed in the “Tier One” of worldwide programs. Additionally, UT’s Executive MBA (EMBA) program was ranked 43rd out of 85 schools in Tier One of EMBA programs.