Fundraiser provides educational opportunities in Pakistan, Afghanistan
Inauguration, rules and budget discussions highlight the last week in Austin
Food for thought – plus a PBJ sandwich
Strength in motivation, however small
Getting ready for tax time
TWC, TRS to present 11th Annual Purchasing and HUB Connection in February
The study shows that Texas A&M and other locally headquartered members of the A&M System had at least a direct impact of almost $1.5 billion
With the addition of the multiplier effect—reflecting the number of times a dollar is spent and re-spent as it passes through the local economy—the total impact reaches the estimated $3.73 billion level.
The concert features works by dance program faculty and guest artists.
Event led 14 public school administrators from nine Texas school districts on a week-long educational tour
Douglas Rushkoff’s documentary was filmed for PBS’ “Frontline” and first aired February 2010. The 78-minute film about our digital culture examines topics such as limited attention spans of multitaskers, computer gaming addiction, social relationships, virtual experiences and teaching with technology.
Improving your health is always a great idea
Birth Defects Still Affect Some 160,000 Babies Each Year In The U.S.
Baylor Medical school has received a $2.5 million grant from the Department of Defense to continue their work examining the role of the protein interleukin-6, or IL-6, in resuscitation after trauma and hemorrhagic shock.
Colic is a symptom of abdominal pain and can take the form of digestive problems, intestinal blockage, or a twisted intestine among other possibilities
This controversial measure seeks to prevent in-person voting fraud, but opponents contended the bill would unfairly impact minority, disabled and elderly voters.
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) and Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC), a nonprofit organization charted by the Legislature for the promotion of affordable housing, together have taken the lead on the state’s foreclosure prevention activities. The two agencies have administered approximately $999,743 in previous NFMC grants which were awarded to support a network of nonprofit counseling agencies at the local level.
Dr. David Z. Martin owes $420,000; deported to U.S. from Oman for illegal entry