Upload
The University of Texas at Austin
4,581

Subscription preferences

Loading...

Loading icon Loading...

Working...

The University of Texas at Austin

Success in Four

7,099 views 8 months ago
Ensuring students have the opportunity to complete a world-class undergraduate education within four years is an essential part of The University of Texas at Austin's mission -- and we understand it's a partnership between the university and the students. That's why at UT, we're doing our part by giving students access to tools and resources to help monitor their progress, while building a sense of community on the Forty Acres. We're also encouraging every incoming Longhorn to get connected, stack on track and be flexible.
Read more
Ensuring students have the opportunity to complete a world-class undergraduate education within four years is an essential part of The University of Texas at Austin's mission -- and we understand it's a partnership between the university and the students. That's why at UT, we're doing our part by giving students access to tools and resources to help monitor their progress, while building a sense of community on the Forty Acres. We're also encouraging every incoming Longhorn to get connected, stack on track and be flexible. Show less

Butler School of Music Welcomes Menuhin Competition 2014 Play

The Butler School of Music at The University of Texas at Austin played host to the 2014 edition of the biennial Menuhin Competition, the world's leading competition for violinists under the age of 22, Feb. 21 -- March 2, 2014. This year marked the first time the competition was held in North America. As much a festival as a competition, with its spirit of collaboration and collegial sense of nurturing, the Menuhin Competition is unique among music competitions and is a living example of Yehudi Menuhin's legacy.

Yehudi Menuhin is considered one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century. Born in New York City in 1916, he had Jewish-American roots. He went on to study, perform, conduct and teach around the world, and made his homes in England and Switzerland from 1958 until his death in 1999. In the 1960s-70s, he established the Yehudi Menuhin School in England and the Menuhin Music Academy for young virtuosi in Gstaad, Switzerland, before founding the Menuhin Competition in 1983.

Longhorn Network Game Changers Play

Game Changers showcases our most dynamic and inspirational faculty with fresh perspectives about contemporary and relevant topics, Game Changers is an opportunity for students, alumni and the community to benefit from lifelong learning offered by The University of Texas at Austin.

http://www.utexas.edu/gamechangers

Get The Longhorn Network espn.go.com/longhornnetwork
Loading...
Working...
Sign in to add this to Watch Later

Add to