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Women’s swimming and diving named to Scholar All-America Team

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The UT women’s swimming and diving team made a splash in the classroom spring semester, posting a cumulative GPA of 3.56, which tied for 15th highest in the country.

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Languages, Literature and Social Sciences

Professor named Lucas County poet laureate

Ferris

Dr. Jim Ferris, UT professor and chair of disability studies, will be sharing the wonder of words as the new Lucas County poet laureate.

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Events

Observatory undergoing renovations

A crane removed the dome of the Brooks Observatory last week and workers helped guide the structure to the ground.

A Celestron 14-inch high-definition telescope will be installed in the Brooks Observatory, which is being renovated to house the new viewing device.

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News

Gaber becomes University’s 17th president, is committed to elevating UT on national stage

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On her first day as UT president, Dr. Sharon Gaber will meet with student and faculty leaders, and talk with UT Health staff.

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Features

UT Health doctors diagnose rare disease in Honduran teen

Dr. Jeffrey Hammersley asked Benjie Benitez how his hands were doing during a visit to UT Medical Center earlier this month. The Honduran teen was diagnosed with a rare mitochondrial disease that leads to muscle breakdown.

Benjie Benitez traveled to UT Medical Center, where he was diagnosed with a rare mitochondrial disease. His treatment was made possible by a collaboration between CedarCreek and UTMC.

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Events

UT Minority Business Assistance Center Program awarded grant

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Minority Business Assistance Center Program will be held Tuesday, July 7, in the UT Minority Business Development Center.

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News

Internationally recognized fellowship awarded to professor

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Dr. Ishmael Parsai, UT professor of radiation oncology, has been named a Fellow by the International Organization for Medical Physics.

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Law

Stoepler Professor of Law and Values named

Strang

Lee Strang will become the John W. Stoepler Professor of Law and Values this week.

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Athletics

UT launches sports production program: ESPN3 to carry live Rocket events produced by University

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The University is launching a production operation that will feature contests on ESPN3 and mean more live Rocket sports action for fans around the globe and real-world learning experience for UT students.

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Athletics

Former UT golfer receives sponsor’s exemption for Symetra Tour’s Tullymore Classic

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UT graduate and former Rocket Jennifer Elsholz will play in the Tullymore Classic Friday, July 3, and conclude Sunday, July 5, in Stanwood, Mich.

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