As the new Student Government representative for Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), Donald Egan aims to advocate for disability services in the campus community. As the 2015-15 director for the Disabilities Inclusion Agency, a branch within student government, Egan aims to increase the communication between SSD and student government,… read more
Interested in volunteering at a local nonprofit, but not sure where to start? The Longhorn Center for Community Engagement (LCCE) can help. A list of volunteer opportunities can be found on utvolunteers.org, UT’s service database powered by Austin startup GivePulse. This volunteer management database streamlines the volunteering process, offering a… read more
If there were any doubt as to whether or not President Fenves would be as strong on diversity as his predecessor, it was immediately laid to rest when he spent a good part of his first day meeting with community leaders in East Austin.
Take a look back at one of the nation’s most ardent defenders of diversity in higher education.
Law School research fellow Meg Clifford aims to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline by helping young students expunge Class C misdemeanors from their records and get into the college-going mindset.