The DDCE joins in on the city-wide effort to address Austin’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative, highlighting accomplishments that were made within the past year at the annual SXSWedu community dialogue.
Doctoral students at The University of Texas at Austin are invited to submit a proposal for a one-year, $20,000 fellowship offered by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Only doctoral candidates at The University of Texas at Austin programs may apply. The Harry Estill Moore and Bernice Milburn Moore Fellowship… read more
The Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) Pre-Graduate Internship Program, housed within the DDCE and the Moody College of Communication, has awarded 10 students with IE Kuhn Awards for the spring 2016 semester. The students each receive a $1,000 stipend made possible by Michael and Alice Kuhn. The award supports first-generation and/or economically-disadvantaged… read more
Like many of her fellow undergraduates, Victoria Adesanya came to The University of Texas at Austin without a linear career path in mind. She learned early on that nursing wasn’t the right fit, so she switched her major to social work with the goal of finding a career that would… read more
Three education pipeline programs within the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement received a total of $71,000 in grants from the Michael and Alice Kuhn Foundation. The grantees are: McNair Scholarship Program ($20,000) will provide low-income, first-generation college students funds to visit a graduate school of their choice or attend… read more
Austin and Travis County partner with the DDCE to close opportunity gaps for young men of color.
Meet two celebrated student athletes, Ricky Williams and Tarale Murry, who are achieving their academic goals through the McNair Scholars Program.
Texas Exes ranks Dr. Moore among the Alcalde’s top 10 most talented, inspiring professors ever to walk the Forty Acres.
After completing the five-week Summer Bridge Program, incoming freshmen start their first day of school with confidence and poise. Not only do they complete six hours of college classes, they also have a built-in network of friends and mentors.