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Early Medical Abortion Using Medication and Online Telemedicine can be Highly Effective and Safe

Medical abortion using online telemedicine and self-administered medication can be highly effective with low rates of adverse events according to new research from Abigail Aiken , an assistant professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin.

News May 30, 2017

LBJ Professor Charlee Garden Discusses Leadership on the Forty Acres

The Texas Edge program brings the best of The University of Texas at Austin to alumni and friends across the nation and around the globe, giving audiences an up-close look at how UT is changing the world.

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Charlee Garden at Texas Edge event
News April 27, 2017

Research from the LBJ School Informs Raise the Age Bill

LBJ School faculty, students and alumni are working to transform the juvenile justice system.

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LBJ School alumnus and Texas Representative Gene Wu at the Texas Legislature
News April 20, 2017

Alumni Highlight: Virginia Cumberbatch (MPAff '16), Director, UT Community Engagement Center

"At LBJ, I had the ability to be a leader at the school, to be part of committees and groups that have real impact, such as the diversity and inclusion committee."

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Alumna Virginia Cumberbatch, MPAff '16

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Media Mention June 15, 2017
Digital Disruption And Creative Destruction

Global Finance rates the top financial innovations of the last 30 years, looking at where we are, where we’ve come from and how we got from there to here. LBJ Professor James Galbraith lends his expertise. 

Read More The First web server: This is the NeXT workstation used by Tim Berners-Lee in building the World Wide Web. It is shown here as displayed in 2005 at Microcosm, the public science museum at CERN, the particle physics laboratory outside Geneva.
Media Mention June 15, 2017
With shift on Cuba, Trump could undercut his company’s hotel-industry rivals

By rolling back Obama-era policies that allowed more private business investment in Cuba, President Trump would be leveraging the power of his office, like others who came before him, to shift Washington’s approach to the communist island. The LBJ School's Julia Sweig, a leading international authority on Cuba, informs the conversation. 

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Media Mention June 9, 2017
The Texas Ten

Will Inboden, an associate professor of public affairs and the director of the Clements Center for National Security, is among this year’s Texas Ten.

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News June 26, 2017
LBJ Student Policy Research Project Supports Collaboration Among Area Service Providers in Addressing Poverty

A 2016-17 Policy Research Project led by the LBJ School’s Chris King focused on 2-Gen strategies in Central Texas to streamline and coordinate the services provided to families to help them improve their economic situation.

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News June 23, 2017
LBJ Professors Receive "Insight to Innovation" Grant Awards

LBJ Professors Joshua Busby and David Eaton have each earned grant awards from The University of Texas at Austin's IC2 Institute to support their ongoing global research.

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News June 15, 2017
LBJ School Student-Drafted Legislation Passes House Higher Education Committee

Six LBJ School students wrote a bill to improve coordination between high schools and higher education institutions regarding dual-credit courses.

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