College of Liberal Arts

News

Student researcher Ariana Azimi explains her project to Dean Randy Diehl.

Information Quest: Undergraduate Research Week 2018

History professor Ann Twinam was named among the Academy's 2018 cohort.

History Professor to Join American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The Health and Humanities Pop-Up Institute will feature four distinguished lecturers in the fields of medicine, psychology and sociology.

Health Meets Humanities in Pop-Up Institute

The study of literature, history, philosophy and other areas of the humanities plays a central role in the development of great leaders.

UT Alum Arms West Point Cadets with Liberal Arts Education

Events

Mon

Apr 23

Deported Women: The Plight of Individuals and Families Returning to Mexico

4:00 PM
Benson Latin American Collection, 2nd floor conference room
Thu

Apr 26

Mabel, Mabel Tiger Trainer Screening and Q&A

7:00 PM
Prothro Theater, Harry Ransom Center, 300 W 21st St, Austin, TX 78712
Wed

May 9

Are We Still Worlds Apart?: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Kidney Transplantation

12:00 PM
CLA 1.302B, 305 E. 23rd St., Austin, TX 78712
Mon

May 21

Putting Stories to Work: Why and How Sharing Stories Promotes Health

12:00 PM
Blanton Museum of Art Auditorium, 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin, TX 78701

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Rapoport

From the latest issue of Life & Letters magazine, learn about how the Rapoport Service Scholarship teaches students to create change in their communities.

Video

Guided by her passions, African & African Diaspora studies professor Lisa B. Thompson’s work speaks to her experiences as a scholar, an artist and a mother.

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Explore

Rapoport

From the latest issue of Life & Letters magazine, learn about how the Rapoport Service Scholarship teaches students to create change in their communities.

Publication

publication

Video

Guided by her passions, African & African Diaspora studies professor Lisa B. Thompson’s work speaks to her experiences as a scholar, an artist and a mother.