The Collections

Included in the book is a historical introduction by Lewis Gould that traces the formation of the collections and acknowledges many people whose visions are manifest in these material resources.

The Collections

Author: University of Texas at Austin

Publisher: University of Texas at Austin College of Fine Arts

ISBN: 9781477307854

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"Known as one of the most important public research institutions in the world, The University of Texas at Austin is widely celebrated for its collections of unparalleled quality, range, and distinctiveness. The Collections: The University of Texas at Austin offers the first sweeping guide to the university's vast object-based resources. It provides a brief history of each collection, a description of strengths, and highlights ways in which materials are used to further teaching and scholarship. Documenting more than eighty collections housed by some forty administrative units, this volume includes an historical introduction by Lewis Gould that traces the formation of the collections and acknowledges the patrons, university presidents, deans, faculty, scientists, librarians, and curators whose drive and vision we see manifested in these material holdings"--

University of Texas at Austin The First One Hundred Years

The University of Texas (UT) opened in 1883--38 years after Texas became a state and 7 years after the Texas Constitution called for the creation of a university of the first class.

University of Texas at Austin  The First One Hundred Years

Author: Lori Duran

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1467104779

Page: 128

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The University of Texas (UT) opened in 1883--38 years after Texas became a state and 7 years after the Texas Constitution called for the creation of a university of the first class. UT started off with 40 acres just north of Austin and with 221 primarily rural and local students. But since its founding, it has grown extensively and acquired worldwide prominence. Now, UT has 431 acres on its main campus and over 51,000 students enrolled from all 50 states and, at least, 124 different nations. UT is recognized as a top-rated state university, providing high-quality instruction and research. The university has also acquired architecturally interesting buildings, cherished traditions, and exciting sports programs over the years.

The University of Texas Record

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University of Texas at Arlington

In 1895, seventy-five students enrolled at Arlington College, an elementary and secondary institution located on the North Texas prairies.

University of Texas at Arlington

Author: Evelyn Barker

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439649731

Page: 128

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In 1895, seventy-five students enrolled at Arlington College, an elementary and secondary institution located on the North Texas prairies. Over the next 120 years, the school changed into a military school, a vocational college, a two-year college in the Texas A&M System, and finally, a full-fledged university with more than 34,000 students from across the globe. Throughout its history, UT Arlington has benefitted from strong leadership and strong community commitment to education. During the low-enrollment period of the Great Depression, Dean E.E. Davis went into the cornfields of East Texas to recruit students. In World War II, art professor Howard Joyner switched from teaching fine art to teaching the art of camouflage painting. The turbulent 1960s saw students clashing over the school's rebel flag theme, the resolution of which paved the way for the university to become one of the most diverse in the nation today.

Anime Club University of Texas at Austin UT

Presents the Anime Club at the University of Texas at Austin (UT). Provides access to the Club's FTP archives and to the library, including a search engine for both tape number and show title.

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Presents the Anime Club at the University of Texas at Austin (UT). Provides access to the Club's FTP archives and to the library, including a search engine for both tape number and show title. Features an updated schedule for showing of popular Japanese animated films at UT. Offers a link to the Web site for the UT "Legend of the Galactic Heroes" (LoGH) Fan Club.