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Kulanui o Texas ma Austin
University of Texas at Austin is a public institution that was founded in 1883.
Tuition fees in University of Texas at Austin is $35,000 (Aprox.).
Na mea a pau, ua ko Salisbury mau Texas, e like me ka olelo hele, a ua hoʻopaʻa oiaio ma ka University of Texas at Austin, kekahi o ka mea nui kula, ma ka aina. Ke kula i kekahi o ka poe nui Helene nenoai ma ka aina, elua o ka nui haumāna paʻi puke, a oi aku mamua o 900 na laau newa, a me ka hoʻonohonohoʻia no nā haumāna. The UT at Austin sports teams are notorious competitors in the Division I Big 12 hālāwai, kākoʻo 'ia e mascot Bevo ka Longhorn. The Ut Tower, he kiekie ka pā kula ai 'ole, ua ho'āʻia i loko o ke kula o ka mohaikuni alani ano, mahope iho o pepeiaohao nui haʻuki e piʻi like, a me glows he '# 1 ^ i ka wa a ka hui Amelika Huipû i ka aina Poʻokela Honua. Freshmen loaa ole ia oukou e noho ma ka pā kula, ae e koho i ka noho ana ma Hawaii Austin, waiho ana he hapaha ka mile aku. O ke kaiāulu hoihoi kūlanakauhale, ua ike no kona mele, ai, lānai nui nā hana a me ka nightlife, a me nä haumäna ke hele no ka paa ole ma ke kapikala Metro buses me ka hooiaio o ID.
Ut Ua maheleia iloko o 18 nā kula a me na kula nui, ka nui o ka mea no ka College o ka Liberal Arts. Ut ka puka papahana like me ka lahui hookūlana McCombs School o ka Business, Kulanui o Hoonaauao, Cockrell School o ka hana 'enekinia,, College o Paheona Arts, Kula o ka hanai nou, College of Pharmacy and School of Social Work, i hou i ka luawai, ua nānā maila ke kula o kuhikuhipuʻuone. Ut e kaumaha ana haneri o ka mahele kahi e papahana, me ka mea Popular Maui, he Spain, Ikalia, ka United Kingdom, France, a me China. Pepeiaohao nui poʻei puka komo mua bakeke Roger Clemens, actor Matthew McConaughey o na Film “Ka Wedding kuhikuhipuʻuone” a “Pehea e lilo i ka Makuahine ma 10 lā” a mamua mua lede Laura Bush.
Kula / kekahi hapa o / oihana / papa / Faculties
- Cockrell School o ka hana 'enekinia,
- Dell Medical School
- Kulanui o Hoonaauao
- College o Paheona Arts
- Kulanui o Liberal Arts
- College o Natural Sciences
- Kulanui o Pharmacy
- Continuing Education
- Graduate Studies
- Jackson School of Geosciences
- LBJ School of Public Affairs
- McCombs School of Business
- Moody College of Communication
- School o kuhikuhipuʻuone
- School of Information
- Kula o Law
- Kula o ka hanai nou
- Kula o Social hana
- School of Undergraduate Studies
The first mention of a public university in Texas can be traced to the 1827 constitution for the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas. Although Title 6, Article 217 of that Constitution promised to establish public education in the arts and sciences, no action was taken by the Mexican government. After Texas obtained its independence from Mexico in 1836, the Texas Congress adopted the Constitution of the Republic, a, under Section 5 of its General Provisions, stated “It shall be the duty of Congress, as soon as circumstances will permit, to provide, by law, a general system of education.” On April 18, 1838, “An Act to Establish the University of Texas” was referred to a special committee of the Texas Congress, but was not reported back for further action. ma Ianuali 26, 1839, the Texas Congress agreed to set aside fifty leagues of land (approx. 288,000 eka) towards the establishment of a publicly funded university. Kahi mea hou aʻe, 40 eka (160,000 ka m2) in the new capital of Austin were reserved and designated “College Hill.” (The term “Forty Acres” is colloquially used to refer to the University as a whole. The original forty acres is the area from Guadalupe to Speedway and 21st Street to 24th Street )
i 1845, Texas was annexed into the United States. Interestingly, the state’s Constitution of 1845 failed to mention the subject of higher education. On Feberuari 11, 1858, the Seventh Texas Legislature approved O.B. 102, an act to establish the University of Texas, which set aside $100,000 in United States bonds toward construction of the state’s first publicly funded university(ka $100,000 was an allocation from the $10 million the state received pursuant to the Compromise of 1850 and Texas’ relinquishing claims to lands outside its present boundaries). Kahi mea hou aʻe, the legislature designated land reserved for the encouragement of railroad construction toward the university’s endowment. ma Ianuali 31, 1860, the state legislature, wanting to avoid raising taxes, passed an act authorizing the money set aside for the University of Texas to be used for frontier defense in west Texas to protect settlers from Indian attacks. Texas’ secession from the Union and the American Civil War delayed repayment of the borrowed monies. At the end of the Civil War in 1865, The University of Texas’ endowment consisted of a little over $16,000 in warrants and nothing substantive had been done to organize the university’s operations. This effort to establish a University was again mandated by Article 7, Section 10 of the Texas Constitution of 1876 which directed the legislature to “establish, organize and provide for the maintenance, support and direction of a university of the first class, to be located by a vote of the people of this State, and styled “The University of Texas.” Eia kekahi, Article 7, Section 11 o ka 1876 Constitution established the Permanent University Fund, a sovereign wealth fund managed by the Board of Regents of the University of Texas and dedicated for the maintenance of the university. Because some state legislators perceived an extravagance in the construction of academic buildings of other universities, Article 7, Section 14 of the Constitution expressly prohibited the legislature from using the state’s general revenue to fund construction of university buildings. Funds for constructing university buildings had to come from the university’s endowment or from private gifts to the university, but operational expenses for the university could come from the state’s general revenues.
ka 1876 Constitution also revoked the endowment of the railroad lands of the Act of 1858 but dedicated 1,000,000 eka (4,000 ei2) of land, along with other property appropriated for the university, to the Permanent University Fund. This was greatly to the detriment of the university as the lands granted the university by the Constitution of 1876 represented less than 5% of the value of the lands granted to the university under the Act of 1858 (the lands close to the railroads were quite valuable while the lands granted the university were in far west Texas, distant from sources of transportation and water). The more valuable lands reverted to the fund to support general education in the state (the Special School Fund). On April 10, 1883, the legislature supplemented the Permanent University Fund with another 1,000,000 acres of land in west Texas previously granted to the Texas and Pacific Railroad but returned to the state as seemingly too worthless to even survey. The legislature additionally appropriated $256,272.57 to repay the funds taken from the university in 1860 to pay for frontier defense and for transfers to the state’s General Fund in 1861 a 1862. ka 1883 grant of land increased the land in the Permanent University Fund to almost 2.2 million acres. Under the Act of 1858, the university was entitled to just over 1,000 acres of land for every mile of railroad built in the state. Had the original 1858 grant of land not been revoked by the 1876 Kumukanawai, ma 1883 the university lands would have totaled 3.2 million acres, no laila, i ka 1883 grant was to restore lands taken from the university by the 1876 Kumukanawai, not an act of munificence.
On March 30, 1881, the legislature set forth the structure and organization of the university and called for an election to establish its location. By popular election on September 6, 1881, Austin (me ka 30,913 votes) was chosen as the site of the main university. Galveston, having come in second in the election (20,741 votes) was designated the location of the medical department (Houston was third with 12,586 votes). On November 17, 1882, on the original “College Hill,” an official ceremony was held to commemorate the laying of the cornerstone of the Old Main building. University President Ashbel Smith, presiding over the ceremony prophetically proclaimed “Texas holds embedded in its earth rocks and minerals which now lie idle because unknown, resources of incalculable industrial utility, of wealth and power. Smite the earth, smite the rocks with the rod of knowledge and fountains of unstinted wealth will gush forth.” The University of Texas officially opened its doors on September 15, 1883.
The first presidential library on a university campus was dedicated on May 22, 1971 with former President Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson and then-President Richard Nixon in attendance. Constructed on the eastern side of the main campus, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum is one of 13 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration.
A statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. was unveiled on campus in 1999 and subsequently vandalized. ma 2004, John Butler, a professor at theMcCombs School of Business suggested moving it to Morehouse College, a historically black college, “a place where he is loved.”
The University of Texas at Austin has experienced a wave of new construction recently with several significant buildings. On April 30, 2006, the school opened the Blanton Museum of Art. In 'Aukake 2008, the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center opened, with the hotel and conference center forming part of a new gateway to the university. no hoi ma 2008, Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium was expanded to a seating capacity of 100,119, making it the largest stadium (by capacity) in the state of Texas at the time.
ma Ianuali 19, 2011, the university announced the creation of a 24-hour television network in partnership with ESPN, dubbed the Longhorn Network. ESPN will pay a $300 million guaranteed rights fee over 20 years to the university and to IMG College, UT Austin’s multimedia rights partner. The network covers the university’s intercollegiate athletics, aloha, cultural arts and academics programs. The channel first aired in September 2011.
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