Students @ the Fest

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Students @ the Fest is the New Politics Forum's unique student experience at the Texas Tribune Festival, a three-day event of debate and dialogue with Texas politicians, journalists, and active politicos. Students gain full access to the festival, networking opportunities, and the ability to engage in civic dialogue with peers and speakers. Students @ the Fest provides a home base ...

The Importance of Touch during the Time of COVID: An International Symposium

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An International Symposium - September 22 - 25 Organized by Jürgen Streeck (UT Austin) and Julia Katila (Tampere U., Finland) with the support of Prof. Roderick Hart Register for the event on our page: https://commstudies.utexas.edu/conferences/international-symposium-touch The isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to realize how very important human touch is to our emotional well-being. Making us anxious and ...

OCMC 2022

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Join us for the annual Organizational Communication Mini-Conference, taking place at The University of Texas at Austin from Sept. 23-25. The conference will include research presentations by doctoral students on the job market, poster presentations highlighting some of the great scholarship master's and doctoral students are currently doing, faculty-led preconference options, and fun social activities. Register for the event on ...

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