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UT faculty and graduate students are frequently featured on The Conversation, highlighting research, scholarship, and creative activity across all 11 colleges and the UT Space Institute.
The following faculty were featured on The Conversation in March 2021:
- Kelsey Ellis, Department of Geography
Wild weather: 4 essential reads about tornadoes and thunderstorms
- Stephen McGarity, College of Social Work
Living with a disability is very expensive – even with government assistance
- Zach Buck, College of Law
- What the American Rescue Plan says about President Biden’s health care priorities – and what they mean for you
- Deadric T. Williams, Department of Sociology
Derek Chauvin trial begins in George Floyd murder case: 5 essential reads on police violence against Black men
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