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  2. Board of Regents | The University of Texas System

    Board of Regents. The Board of Regents, the governing body for The University of Texas System, is composed of nine members who are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Terms for Regents are scheduled for six years each and staggered so that three members' terms will usually expire on February 1 of odd-numbered years.

  3. AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas System today announced 14 recipients of the 2023 Regents Outstanding Teaching Awards (ROTA). The honorees - faculty from multiple UT academic and health institutions - have been selected for demonstrating extraordinary classroom teaching performance and dedication to innovation.

  4. The Newsroom - UT System Regents, Chancellor deliver on ...

    For more than 130 years, The University of Texas System has been committed to improving the lives of Texans and people all over the world through education, research and health care. With 13 institutions, an enrollment of more than 243,000 students and an operating budget of $23.4 billion (FY 2022), the UT System is one of the largest public ...

  5. UT System Board of Regents to Meet November 15-16

    AUSTIN, TEXAS - The University of Texas System Board of Regents will meet November 15-16, 2023. The meeting will be held on the second floor of the UT System Building, 210 West 7th St. in Austin. (Texas Register Docket [TRD] #2023006562 and #2023006564).

  6. The University of Texas System (UT System) is a state university system with a global impact — focusing on higher education, research and health care at our institutions in Texas.

  7. UT System launches UT Education and Research Center at Laredo ...

    DECEMBER 1, 2021 — The University of Texas System is expanding comprehensive degree and certification programs in Laredo to better serve the health care and educational needs of one of the fastest-growing regions of Texas.

  8. The University of Texas Medical Branch established in 1891 as the University of Texas Medical Department, has grown from one building, 23 students and 13 faculty members to a modern health science center with more than 70 major buildings, more than 2,500 students and more than 1,000 faculty.