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Exceptional new faculty join the LBJ School

Jan. 26, 2023
The LBJ School of Public Affairs announces 17 exceptional new faculty appointments for Fall 22 – Fall 23. With expertise spanning immigration, voting, public management, national security, survey design and more, these faculty conduct extraordinary research and give students the know-how to change the world.
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LBJ School Screens Award-Winning Climate Change Documentary

Jan. 25, 2023
The LBJ School of Public Affairs filled the Bass Lecture Hall with more than 100 attendees for a January 2023 screening of “The Ants & the Grasshopper,” a documentary co-directed by LBJ Research Professor Raj Patel that tells the story of Anita Chitaya, a Malawian farmer and activist trying to save her home and crops from extreme weather caused by climate change.
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Announcing PPIA's New Board Chair: Dr. Peniel Joseph

Jan. 23, 2023
The Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA) welcomes Dr. Peniel E. Joseph as its new Board Chair.
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New faculty leaders to enhance student experience, expand academic offerings and strengthen government engagement

Jan. 11, 2023
New leadership roles for Sherri Greenberg, Paul von Hippel, Marty Luby, Lorinc Redei and Trent Thurman
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LBJ School year in photos 2022

Dec. 13, 2022
From traditions, achievements and speakers, LBJ presents the best photographs of 2022.
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LBJ Women's Campaign School announces free tuition for Texans

Dec. 6, 2022
AUSTIN, TEXAS—Today, members of the LBJ Women’s Campaign School Class of 2023 were awarded full tuition grants totaling $87,500 from the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership...
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Congratulations to LBJ DC's Class of 2022

Nov. 30, 2022
The DC Concentration aims to transition LBJ DC Fellows into the federal policy workforce a full semester earlier than traditional public policy programs.
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Abigail Aiken, an Expert in Evidence-Based Reproductive Care, Wins the 22nd David N. Kershaw Award and Prize

Nov. 15, 2022
The University of Texas at Austin professor Abigail Aiken has been selected to receive the 
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LBJ School hiring faculty in public management, econ + more!

Nov. 2, 2022
The LBJ School is excited to share that we are growing our faculty ranks with several new positions.
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UT researchers are working with City staff and community groups to build an Austin-wide climate atlas

Nov. 2, 2022
Providing solutions for Austin communities that might be at the highest risk for climate-related hazards will be the focus of a new NASA-funded study at The University of Texas at Austin.