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LBJ student Martha Böhrt receives Humanity in Action's Diplomacy & Diversity Fellowship

Martha Böhrt, a first-year Master of Public Affairs graduate student with the LBJ School of Public Affairs, was recently awarded the 2015 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship from Humanity in Action.

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LBJ Student Receives First Annual Student Veteran Academic Leadership Award

Vance Roper, a former intelligence analyst for the United States Army and a dual-degree graduate student at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, was awarded the first annual Student Veteran Academic Leadership Award and will be recognized May 23 by The University of Texas at Austin President Bill

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LBJ School, students and alumni to play active role in 2015 Texas Tribune Festival 

As a presenting sponsor of the Annual Texas Tribune Festival on the weekend of Oct. 16, 2015, bringing together some of the biggest names in politics, the LBJ School was involved in a number of Festival activities. The School hosted some of the Students at the Fest Lounge, where hundreds of students in attendance were invited to take advantage of scheduled and impromptu meet-and-greets with speakers, sponsors and Texas Tribune staff throughout the day.

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Thank you, LBJ School donors

Dear LBJ School Community,

As we take time to share the Thanksgiving season with family and friends, I want to express my thanks for you — our LBJ School donors. You may give to the LBJ School for many reasons — to express thanks to former mentors, to give back to the institution that

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LBJ School graduate-student mentor receives intellectual entrepreneurship award

LBJ School of Public Affairs Global Policy Studies student, Robbie Paras, and The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Ethnic Studies junior Loyce Gayo James were awarded the Intellectual Entrepreneurship Awards for the Spring 2015

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Professor Richard Schott leaves enduring legacy from distinguished 40-year career at the LBJ School

Dr. Richard L. Schott, former professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, passed away on Saturday,

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Why LBJ? — Master of Global Policy Studies

From geomapping international aid in Malawi, to working to improve open data and citizen engagement in Uganda, to exploring complex emergencies in Southeast Asia, LBJ students interested in international development are gaining incredible hands-on experience as student researchers, summer

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