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Year in Review; New Basketball Arena; Searching for Alien Life

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January 18, 2019 This Longhorn wants to bring better health care to her hometown. Read what’s m

[View this email in a web page]( [The University of Texas at Austin]( January 18, 2019 [Changing Your World]( This Longhorn wants to bring better health care to her hometown. Read what’s motivating her to become a doctor and make a difference in Texas. [Impact Across Texas]( Year in Review [Top Research News from 2018]( Every day, Texas researchers are helping answer big questions, improve lives and challenge conventional wisdom. [ICYMI]( Faculty Profile [Keeping Space from Becoming a Junk Yard]( Engineering professor Moriba Jah is on a mission to clean up our solar system. [Rocket Trash]( Texas Longhorns [New Basketball Arena]( Built at no cost to UT or taxpayers, the arena will create a world-class home for basketball and a new cultural venue for Austin. [Time to Raise the Bar]( College of Natural Sciences [Are We Alone?]( Two UT scientists are teaming up with NASA to answer the question, “What is life?” And how will we recognize it on other worlds? [Far Out]( School of Design and Creative Technology [Fortune 500 Companies Learn the Ways of Design Thinking]( UT is teaching new ways to tackle old problems. [Old Dog, New Tricks]( Texas Leader [An Education for Life]( CarMax founder and UT alumnus Austin Ligon proudly displays his support of Plan II on his license plate. Find out why. [Plan II Cohort]( --------------------------------------------------------------- Follow UT Austin on social media [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [Instagram]( [Linked In]( You are receiving this email because you are a UT Austin employee, student, alum or have signed up for the newsletter. [Contact Us](mailto:ut@austin.utexas.edu?subject=UT Austin Email Newsletter Contact Us) | [Unsubscribe]( | [Subscribe]( The University of Texas at Austin 110 Inner Campus Drive Stop G999, Austin, TX 78712 © 2018 The University of Texas at Austin

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