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(2002-2003) Assembly Appropriations 24: Indian Students Association

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(2002-2003) Assembly Appropriations 28: Filipino Students’ Association

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(2002-2003) Student Government Minutes: 10-15-2002

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(2002-2003) Student Government Minutes: 01-21-2003

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(2002-2003) Assembly Appropriations 21: Sigma Phi Omega Sorority, Inc.

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(2002-2003) Student Government Minutes: 02-18-2003

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Lesson 2: Religious Resistance of Mexico’s Indigenous Peoples

Scott Cook & Kurt Kirkman
Through a primary source document-based inquiry, students will examine the beliefs and rituals of some Indigenous groups in Mexico at the time of the Spanish invasion and their resistance to Christianization efforts.

American Identity Measure: CAPAS (Spanish version)

Ruben Parra-Cardona
Latinx populations in the United States (US) continue to be seriously impacted by persistent health disparities. According to the 2018 Monitoring the Future Study, Latinx adolescents had the highest rates of use of most illicit drugs compared to other ethnic groups. When considering differential risks among Latinxs, US-born youth in low-income first-generation families are at high risk for experiencing poverty, discrimination, and barriers to access services. These adolescents can also be exposed to deleterious parent-youth...

Adult Consent Form: Migration & Health: Latinos in Austin, Texas (Spanish version)

Miguel Pinedo
This qualitative study explored in-depth how migration-related stressors (e.g., antiimmigration sentiments, deportations) influence the mental health and substance-using behaviors of Latinos in Austin. This is the Spanish version of the adult consent form.

Stream and Spring Water Evolution in a Rapidly Urbanizing Watershed, Austin, TX

Lakin Beal, Jay Banner, Jeffrey Senison, MaryLynn Musgrove, Lindsey Yasbek, Nathan Bendick, Christopher Herrington & Christopher Reyes
Quantifying urban development impacts on fresh water quality and quantity is critical, especially as growing populations concentrate in urban centers and with climate change projections of increased hydrologic extremes. We investigate geochemical processes through which municipal supply and waste water, carbonate bedrock, and soils impact stream and spring water compositions within the Bull Creek watershed (Austin, Texas). This watershed exhibits a sharp geographic divide between urban and rural land. Urban and rural waters were assessed...

Undocumented and Immigrant Children in the United States and their Right to Education: Selected Sources

Danelle Crowley
"Undocumented children" refers to minors not born in the United States who lack proper documentation for residency. Their right to an education in the public school district where they lived was relatively unchallenged until the Texas legislature passed a law in 1975 which allowed free public education only to citizens and legally admitted alien children. A legal challenge to this law eventually arrived at the U.S. Supreme Court and a decision was handed down in...

Joanna Crawford Interview

This interview is with Reverend Joanna Crawford from Live Oak Unitarian Church. Joanna left a career in marketing and was interested in process theology, eventually running a liberal church in Cedar Park, an area in Austin that is slowly becoming more racially diverse. Joanna has dealt with a fair share of hardships, like her daughter surviving cancer as well as being a woman minister, but all that has shaped her religious views in a positive...

The U.S. Navy’s Loss of Command of the Seas to China and How to Regain It (Winter 2021)

Joe Sestak
In 2005, a U.S. Navy plan was forwarded to Congress: It entailed reducing force structure and transforming to a capabilities-based forward force posture. However, the Navy continued to pursue unattainable force levels and, today, has lost command of the seas to China in the Western Pacific. China’s pace of war is the speed of light through cyberspace, leaving U.S. forces blind and deaf, while America’s is 30 knots, taking weeks to arrive at the fight....

(2002-2003) Assembly Appropriations 37: Asian Pharmacy Student Association

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Conference Program: STEM Librarians South 2019

(2001-2002) Assembly Bill 05: Summer Spending Report

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Kristin Galle Interview

This interview is with Kristin Galle, a professional interim minister who is ordained with the United Church of Christ. Kristin’s ambition is to help church leadership through transition periods and times of chaos. Kristin also discusses the importance of building community while staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kristin attended Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and speaks fondly of that experience.

(2001-2002) Agenda 22: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 25: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 11: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 10: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 12: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 13: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Agenda 02: Agenda for the University of Texas at Austin Student Assembly

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(2001-2002) Student Government Minutes: 02-05-2002

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