Geared toward students majoring in Applied Movement Science, Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Health Promotion & Fitness, Physical Culture & Sports, Sport Management, and Youth & Community Studies.
The THES brings together graduate students, faculty, practitioners, and policy makers to discuss the most pressing equity issues facing Texas and the nation.
Second-term classes begin. Term ends August 11.
The University will be closed for Independence Day. Have a safe and joyous holiday!
There are unique challenges to leading and supporting the work of K-12 STEM. The STEM Leadership Summit will immerse attendees in collaborative experiences focused on the unique needs of STEM leaders.
The Texas Memorial Museum is celebrating the end of a successful school year with FREE admission to the museum for everyone!
Classes begin for first-term, nine-week, and whole-session classes.
Come and be inspired by thought-provoking sessions and pre-conference seminars designed specifically for community and technical college educators committed to improving student achievement.
TRUST is a participatory design-based research project that has united students, teachers, and researchers from Chile and the U.S. on the mathematics classroom experience.
May ED Talk: "The Ethnic Studies Agenda in Texas: Implications for Teacher Recruitment and Preparation"
Lecture by Dr. Angela Valenzuela, professor in Educational Policy and Planning Program in Educational Administration and the Cultural Studies in Education Program in Curriculum & Instruction
Check the final exam schedule for a complete list of dates, times, and locations. Good luck!
In this symposium, we engage with the declaration of the Anthropocene as an impetus to reconfigure pedagogies.
Science Edu-Communication: A New Adventure
Lecture by Jon S. Twing, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Pearson School Assessment
Sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin Athletic Training Education Program & The Longhorn Athletic Training Student Association
There will be two sessions, an Introduction to IASTM in the morning and Mental (Health) Fitness in the afternoon.
How to think and write about cause and effect in your research.
Lecture by Stephanie Cawthon, Associate Professor and Elizabeth Glenadine Gibb Teaching Fellow in Education
STEM Center Colloquium: The Meaning Beyond the Words: How Language, Race, & Culture Impact Science Teaching & Learning
Bryan A. Brown of Stanford University explores how race, culture, and language intersect to create the condition of contemporary learning.
Proceeds benefit the Tina Bonci Excellence in Athletic Training Scholarship
This conference is being held to offer our alumni the chance to network and provide tools to become more knowledgeable and powerful in the field of education.
The Teacher Career Fair is open to the public and admission is free. Job seekers do not need to register.
Learn the basics of social network analysis: quantitative modeling of relationships and communities.
McCraw Lecture: "Role of community based participatory research (CBPR) in addressing health equity for underserved communities"
Lecture by Miyoung Kim, RN, Ph.D., Professor, School of Nursing, the University of Texas at Austin
Lecture by Peter Piliere, IRB Program Coordinator, about the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and its responsibilities.
Presented by Dr. John Ivy, Professor Emeritus of Kinesiology and Health Education, University of Texas at Austin
Lecture by Kimberly Hoagwood, Cathy and Stephen Graham Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the New York University School of
Dr. Matt Bowers and his SXSW co-presenters bring perspective from the laboratory, press box, and sidelines to help parents navigate new information on raising good athletes.
STEM Center Colloquium "Designing for Heterogeneity in Learning Environments: Towards Critical Socio-Ecological Science Education"
Presented by Megan Bang, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Learning Sciences and Human Development University of Washington, Seattle
Lecture by Lindsay Page, assistant professor of education and research scientist at the Learning Research and Development Center at the University of Pittsburgh.
The College of Education invites prospective graduate students who have received an offer to visit us for a day.
Speaker Sara Goldrick-Rab discusses her book Paying the Price: College Costs, Financial Aid, and the Betrayal of the American Dream
Explore UT aims to inform students, parents, teachers and community members from across the state about the importance of the public research institution and higher education in Texas.
This is an excellent opportunity for Kinesiology students to search for internships, network with various employers, familiarize themselves with the job market, and seek employment opportunities.
McCraw Lecture: "Gaze and the visual control of foot placement when walking over real-world rough terrain"
Lecture by Audrey Stone, Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
Lecture by Alecia Youngblood Jackson, Professor of Educational Research at Appalachian State University
The Meadows Center welcomes Dr. Jamie Quinn as she speaks about language comprehension.
Hands-on instruction for LinkedIn, Google Scholar, Research Gate
A presentation led by recruiters from a Texas school district will provide detailed information on navigating the job search process.
This faculty-led study abroad program focusing on language, diversity, and education will enable you to earn SPN and ALD/LAS credits this summer. Application deadline extended until February 15!
Curriculum and Instruction doctoral candidate Marcus Johnson will participate in the inaugural Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition.
"A Matter of Time: Adolescent Sleep and School Start Times"
Celebrating 125 years, Dean Justiz thanks all members who contributed to another successful year of Texas Education
The commencement ceremony being held for undergraduate students in the College of Education is scheduled for Saturday, December 3, at 12:00 p.m. in Bass Concert Hall.
Dr. Bartholomew is the director of the Exercise and Sport Psychology Laboratory and chair of the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education.
Lecture by Scott K. Powers, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, the University of Florida
By Paul von Hippel, Ph.D., Associate Professor, LBJ School of Public Affairs, the University of Texas at Austin
Panel Dicussion featuring Andrew Muscato, director of "Doped"
Screening and conversation with Director Andrew Muscato
Meet with and learn from some of the best sport professionals in the business.
Each semester, Education Career Services hosts a Teacher Career Fair. More than 100 recruiting entities from Texas, across the country, and abroad attend these fairs seeking to hire UT graduate job seekers.
“Attention Training to Support Academic Foundations: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective"
Prospective graduate students are invited to learn more about our program from our current students and faculty.
Listen to local Paralympic athletes share their stories and learn more about the Paralympic movement.
“Them That’s Got: How Tie Formation in Partnership Networks Gives High Schools Differential Access to Social Capital”
Dr. Louis Harrison Jr. and Dr. Anthony Brown: “The Black Male Education Research Collection”
Join us for a ribbon-cutting as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of the College of Education and the renovation of the 1st Floor Study Lounge.
The Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF) program provides support for specific scholarly research projects conducted by full-time UT undergraduate students enrolled in any department.
Presented Dr. Eloise Elliott and Dr. Emily Jones from the University of West Virginia.
ACE places highly trained AmeriCorps tutors in low-income elementary schools in Austin and Manor ISD to ensure K-2nd grade children advance to grade level in reading before third grade.
The 7th Annual Texas Higher Education Symposium will take place August 4-5, 2016, at the University of Texas at Austin. The symposium, sponsored by seven Texas universities (UT-Austin, UTSA, TTU, UNT, SMU, Baylor, and UH
Are you interested in teaching English abroad? Come join the CELTA certification program with the UT International Office this summer!
Join us to celebrate another year of world-changing graduates at the 133rd Spring Commencement of The University of Texas at Austin
PHEL End-of-the-Year Celebration and Awards Ceremony: Join us in celebrating our students, staff, and faculty
This ceremony is only for undergraduate students ONLY earning a Bachelor's degree or completing a Post-Baccalaureate teacher certification program.
Presented by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Harrington Foundation, symposium themes are bilingual education and child development.
Dell Med Launches ResearchConnect, a series to promote collaboration with other researchers and to expedite life-changing innovation and discovery
"Promoting and measuring health-related quality of life outcomes in deaf youth and adults"with Dr. Poorna Kushalnagar, Director and Research Associate Professor at the Deaf Health Communication and Quality of Life Center
"Predictors of quality of life in children and adolescents with epilepsy" presented by EDP's Andy Schraegle.
The NCAA is the face for college athletics, and it generates billions of dollars every year for the top universities in the United States. “The Business of Amateurs” is the first documentary that challenges the NCAA from
5th Annual Cultural Studies in Education Conference–Education Under Fire: Countering Violence with Peaceful Resistance, Radical Love, and Social Imagination
4nd Annual ¡Adelante! Conference–Agents of Change: Empowering the Multilingual Community, presented by the Austin Area Association for Bilingual Education
"Impact of family functioning on child anxiety in a CBT program for child anxiety" presented by EDP's Annette Cantu.
Dona Wong will demonstrate how to turn data into a compelling, persuasive story. She is the author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Information Graphics.
Defining What Is a “Reasonable” College Administrator: An Analysis Through Judicial Policy Making presented by Jeffrey Sun, Ph.D.
This symposium seeks to reposition indigenous knowledge as critical to young children's lives as well as to community in different parts of the world.
"English Learning Latino Males in Urban Los Angeles"–This portfolio plática by Juan Lopez is part of a larger study examining the experiences of English Learning Latino males who attend public schools in Los Angeles.
The AERA Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of scholars in the field of education research. This year's theme is "Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies."
Each fall and spring semester, Education Career Services hosts a Teacher Career Fair. Over 100 recruiting entities from Texas, across the country, and abroad attend these fairs seeking to hire UT graduate job seekers.
EDP's Sarah Koenig presents "An Examination of the Relationship Between Parental Accomodation and Childhood Anxiety Through a CBT Intervention with Parent Training"
The Alderson Lecture and Awards Celebration honors the late Dr. C.J. (Shorty) Alderson and the late Dr. Mary Buice Alderson. This year, Olympic medalist Trey Hardee presents "The Price of Success."
Learn more about potential career options from panelists. Topics include educational background and training, career path choices, networking and general job search advice.
Lecture by Paul Gordon, Ph.D., MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation, Baylor University
Leadership and business lessons from baseball–a talk with Joe Januszewski and Gary Coleman.
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Institute at the Meadows Center for Preventing Education Risk is please to have Dr. M. Diane Clark as our Spring, 2016 guest presenter.
Doctoral Research Colloquium Series – "A Phenomenological Investigation of the Impact of OCD on Self-Concept"
Recruiters from school districts and other educational organizations will provide information on the hiring process, including resume tips, interview skills, and job fair preparation.
Texas Center for Education Policy and the Cultural Studies in Education program present Dr. David Hursh
Doctoral Research Colloquium Series – "Resting State Functional Connectivity of the Limbic Cerebellum"
South by Southwest Edu Learning Technology Summit hosted by Dr. Joan Hughes – Slow Pitch: an EdTech Design Think Tank
School Psychology Colloquium Series: "SMARTer Consulting for Students: How to Seek Stats Assistance"
McCraw Lecture: "School Gardens: Impact on Health in Children" by Jaimie Davis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Nutritional Sciences
Faculty Book Presentation, "Black Intellectual Thought in Education: The Missing Tradition of Ann Julia Cooper, Carter G. Woodson and Alain LeRoy Brown"
Center for Applied Psychometric Research Distinguished Lecture: "A Collaborative Science Assessment from a Measurement Perspective"
Doctoral Research Colloquium Series: "A Meta-Analysis of Parental and Teacher Influences on Students' Goals & Aspirations"
"When Large Samples Act Small: Approaches for cluster-robust standard errors and hypothesis tests with few clusters"
Austin’s diverse student population offers great potential for the creation of dynamic and inclusive learning environments.
This semester we will be holding a series of seminars designed as an opportunity to engage in a dialogue about important academic and professional issues. The first will focus on the topic of Academic Life Balance.
Currently enrolled UT students and UT faculty/staff with a RecSports membership enjoy free access to all group exercise classes and the Climbing Wall during the Try Before You Buy promotion.
The Annual Community March celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy while uplifting diversity and multi-culturalism in our city.