07/30/2018 - More than just a summer camp for creating memories and making new friends, First Bytes opens up a wide variety of opportunities in computer science for high school girls and helps build a community of women in the tech industry. Read more
05/04/2018 - AUSTIN (KXAN) - Thirteen startups and one big prize of $25,000. Thursday night, student entrepreneurs at UT Austin competed in a "Shark Tank" style pitch contest. The university has a program called "Longhorn Startup" where undergrads launch a small business. The instructors say one or two each year go on to become real businesses. Read more
12/07/2017 - UT recently launched the Robotics Consortium, a group that brings together researchers from industry and across campus to collaborate on robotics research. Read more
11/14/2017 - AUSTIN (KXAN) — Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the key to running a successful technology company is to constantly reinvent ideas. Read more
04/25/2017 - "Austin ranks as the world's number one Tech City. IBM, Dell, and AMD all have a long-established presence here, and today low taxes, favourable real estate costs and a strong entrepreneurial culture mean the Texan capital maintains a thriving and innovative start-up scene, with access to some of the world's top talent." City population: 932,000 City GDP per capita: $62,376 Established tech firm office rent per week per sq ft: $54 Prime residential rent per week: $1,002 Read more
04/12/2017 - UT Computer Science graduate student Yu-Chuan Su has been awarded a 2017 Google Ph.D. Fellowship in Machine Perception. He is one of 33 recipients from North America, Europe and the Middle East. Read more
03/03/2017 - The Daily Texan UT computer scientists are reprogramming the Austin economy.  This month the Austin Chamber of Commerce recognized Bruce Porter, chair of the UT Department of Computer Science, with the Economic Development Volunteer of the Year award. The chamber honored Porter for his work in growing the economy across the Austin region. Read more
04/19/2016 - By Jamey Smith When it comes to summer camp, some teenagers may be ready to trade the traditional canoes and archery for something with a bit more flash. Luckily, there’s a camp for nearly every interest these days. And as always, UT is in the vanguard. Read more
03/21/2016 - In addition to his role as a professor, UT Computer Science’s Robert van de Geijn is the Director of the ICES’ Science of High-Performance Computing (SHPC) Group. Read more

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