More than 200 students from schools across Texas came to UT Austin to participate in the third annual Texas Male Leadership Summit on Aug. 11-12. The two-day event is hosted by the DDCE’s Texas Education Consortium for Male Students of Color. Below, browse images, quotes and observations from the summit,… read more
The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement seeks to transform learning, teaching, research and service in an effort to support an inclusive and diverse environment at The University of Texas at Austin. Key to our work is the Thematic Faculty Initiative that incorporates a three-tiered approach to prepare, recruit and… read more
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.
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.
Dr. Kentya Ford, assistant professor of health outcomes and pharmacy practice, is dedicated to developing courses that can help future pharmacists address the Healthy People 2020 goals to decrease healthcare disparities among underserved populations. “Pharmacists are in community settings and patients have free access to pharmacists,” Ford explained. “If pharmacists… read more
Professor of Nursing and DDCE Associate Vice President for Community Health Engagement Dr. Miyong Kim has dedicated much of her career to community-based participatory research (CBPR) as a means of improving cardiovascular health among traditionally underserved communities. Kim came to The University of Texas at Austin from John Hopkins where she… read more
Dr. Eric Tang was first appointed a faculty fellow with the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement in 2008 as a visiting professor in African and African American Studies and the Center for Asian American Studies. Since then, he has established the Social Justice Institute at the DDCE’s Community Engagement Center.… read more