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Texas Iron Spikes

Texas Iron Spikes is an honorary mens service and spirit organization at The University of Texas at Austin, Texas. Founded in 1994 by Andrew Phong Vo, Texas Iron Spikes was established to serve the University and Central Texas region through acti ...

                                               

University of Texas Solar Vehicles Team

The University of Texas Solar Vehicles Team is a student-driven effort to design, build, test, and race solar vehicles for the purpose of reinforcing skills learned in the classroom, raising awareness of solar power, and bringing solar power clos ...

                                               

The University of Texas at Brownsville College of Science, Mathematics, and Technology

The College of Science, Mathematics and Technology was the science college of the former University of Texas at Brownsville. It consisted of six academic departments. The six departments employ diverse faculty members - many of whom are leading e ...

                                               

Radio UTD

Radio UTD is the student-run, internet-only radio station of the University of Texas at Dallas located in Richardson, TX. Radio UTD streams music twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, with live shows hosted by DJs broadcast Sunday-Friday, 1 ...

                                               

The Center for Vital Longevity

The Center for Vital Longevity is a research center of the University of Texas at Dallas. CVL houses scientists studying the cognitive neuroscience of aging and ways to maintain cognitive health for life. Researchers at the CVL also investigate h ...

                                               

Childrens Learning Institute

The Childrens Learning Institute at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston is an institute that combines scholarship from the fields of education, psychology, neurodevelopment and medicine to create "proven learning solutions" f ...

                                               

Deans Scholars

Deans Scholars Honors is a 4-year degree program at the University of Texas in which students earn a Bachelor of Science that is designated as an honors degree in any of the majors offered by the College of Natural Sciences. This program focuses ...

                                               

University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business

The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business is the largest business school in the University of Texas System and one of the 30 largest in the United States. The College of Business is accredited by AACSB International, the Associat ...

                                               

University of Texas School of Biomedical Informatics

                                               

Texas–Pan American Broncs

The Texas–Pan American Broncs were the varsity athletic teams representing University of Texas–Pan American in Edinburg, Texas in intercollegiate athletics. The university sponsored 15 teams including men and womens basketball, cross country, gol ...

                                               

Eberhardt School of Business

University of the Pacific Eberhardt School of Business is one of seven schools and colleges of University of the Pacific. The business school is located in Weber Hall on the schools main campus in Stockton, California. The Eberhardt school of bus ...

                                               

KUOP

KUOP is an NPR-member radio station, licensed to Stockton, California, United States. The station is currently owned by California State University, Sacramento. While KUOP-FM was operated by the University of the Pacific, many independent produce ...

                                               

Morris Chapel

In 1937, University of the Pacifics President Knoles envisioned the chapel which has become a Stockton landmark. Percy and Lillie Morris, having borne the majority of the financial burden of construction, were memorialized when the chapel was off ...

                                               

USciences Devils

                                               

Brooks Observatory

Brooks Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by the University of Toledo. The observatory is used primarily for public viewing and undergraduate instruction. It hosts an array of small telescopes, the centrepiece of which ...

                                               

Ritter Observatory

The Ritter Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. The Ritter Planetarium is located in the same building, and the university also operates Brooks Observatory in an adjacent build ...

                                               

WXUT

WXUT is a radio station broadcasting an alternative rock format. Licensed to Toledo, Ohio, United States, the station serves the University of Toledo campus. WXUT shares the 88.3 frequency with WXTS-FM, which broadcasts when WXUT is off the air. ...

                                               

KWGS

KWGS 89.5 FM is the flagship National Public Radio station in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The station was Oklahomas first FM radio station and is one of two stations operated by the University of Tulsa. The station was established in 1947 through the initia ...

                                               

K211BJ

                                               

K215EL

                                               

K298BE

                                               

Willard L. Eccles Observatory

The Willard L. Eccles Observatory is an astronomical observatory located on Frisco Peak in the San Francisco Mountains of Utah, about 27 km northwest of Milford, Utah. The observatory is owned and operated by the University of Utah, and opened in ...

                                               

University Green Historic District

The University Green Historic District encompasses the central green and surrounding buildings of the main campus of the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. The green took shape in 1801, and has been a central element of the campus sinc ...

                                               

University of Virginia Demographics and Workforce Group

The Demographics & Workforce Group at the University of Virginia is a research and training organization responsible for producing annual population estimates for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

                                               

Edgar F. Shannon Awards

Since 1974, the University of Virginia’s Z Society has presented Edgar F. Shannon Awards to the "best" graduating students from each of the university’s schools. In the notification letter to the winners each year, the z society says: "the defini ...

                                               

Events Held on The Lawn at UVA

The Lawn is a historical and central location on the Grounds of the University of Virginia. Each school year, there are a number of events held on the Lawn to build a sense of community among the students, faculty, and the community in Charlottes ...

                                               

Fan Mountain Observatory

For the mountains in Tajikistan, see the Fann Mountains. Fan mountain station of the Observatory or a fan of Leander McCormick Observatory the Observatory is located in the Department of astronomy at the University of Virginia in southern Albemar ...

                                               

Foster Site

The Foster Site is a historic archaeological site on the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. The site was the location in the 19th century of a homestead purchased by a free African-American woman, Catherine "Kitty" ...

                                               

Memorial to Enslaved Laborers

The Memorial to Enslaved Laborers is a memorial in honor of the enslaved laborers who helped build the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. Construction began in January 2019, with concrete pouring beginning in early ...

                                               

Offstage Theatre

Offstage Theatre produces site-specific one-acts and short plays and stages them in the locations - bars, museums, shops - for which they were written. Founded in Charlottesville, VA in 1988-89 by Doug Grissom, associate professor and Head of Pla ...

                                               

Rare Book School

Rare Book School is an independent non-profit organization) based at the University of Virginia supporting the study of the history of books, manuscripts, and related objects. Each year, RBS offers about 30 five-day courses on these subjects. Mos ...

                                               

University of Virginia Health System

The University of Virginia Health System is an academic health care center associated with the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The health system includes a medical center, school of medicine, school of nursing, and health sciences libr ...

                                               

University Transit Service

University Transit Service began in 1972, when fifteen student drivers started a pilot program with four rented buses at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. Today, UTS has a fleet of more than 30 buses and 140 drivers serving ...

                                               

Virginia State Route 302

                                               

Wahoos

Wahoos, often shortened to Hoos, is an unofficial nickname for sports teams of the University of Virginia, and more generally, a nickname for University students and alumni. While there is no evidence that the nickname is derived from fish Wahoo, ...

                                               

Asian American InterVarsity at the University of Washington

Asian American Intervarsity Christian Fellowship – University of Washington Chapter is a non-denominational, Christian, student-led ministry organization at the University of Washington. AAIV-UW is a chapter of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowsh ...

                                               

Bow Down to Washington

Bow Down to Washington is the official fight song of the University of Washington. It was written by Lester J. Wilson in 1915 while partaking in a competition requesting a new song for the university. The competition was sponsored by the campus n ...

                                               

COASST

COASST is a citizen science project of the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, with a vision of monitoring marine ecosystem health with the support of citizens within coastal communities. With the help of hundreds of volunteers from diffe ...

                                               

DXARTS

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, or DXARTS, is a program offering PhD studies in new media art at the University of Washington. The aim of postgraduate education in digital arts and experimental art is the creation of opportuni ...

                                               

Transition School and Early Entrance Program

The Transition School and Early Entrance Program is an early college entrance program located on the University of Washington campus at the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars. The program was begun in 1977 by the late Halbert Ro ...

                                               

University of Washington Press

The University of Washington Press is an American academic publishing house. The organization is a division of the University of Washington, based in Seattle. Although the division functions autonomously, they have worked to assist the University ...

                                               

UW Academy for Young Scholars

UW Academy for Young Scholars is a prestigious early-college entrance program located at the University of Washington. Founded in 2001, after the creation of Early Entrance Program, the Robinson Center and the University of Washington Honors Prog ...

                                               

UW Tower

The UW Tower is a high-rise office building complex serving as head offices for University of Washington. It was completed in 1975 in the University District of Seattle, Washington. At 99 m, the 22-story tower, designed by NBBJ, is Seattles talle ...

                                               

Casey Mann

Casey Mann is an American mathematician, specialising in discrete and computational geometry, in particular tessellation and knot theory. He is Professor for Mathematics at University of Washington Bothell, and received the PhD at the University ...

                                               

University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management

The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management is an online interdisciplinary sustainable management bachelors degree program. A joint effort between the University of Wisconsin–Extension and four of the University of Wisconsin campuses, UW–Pa ...

                                               

W300BM

                                               

Applied Security Analysis Program

The Applied Security Analysis Program is an investment education program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Business which offers both MBA and MS degree programs. ASAP students manage over million in equity and fixed-income assets a ...

                                               

Arctic Satellite Composite Project

The Arctic Satellite Composite Project, a grant funded by the Arctic Sciences division of the National Science Foundation, is a project dedicated to developing satellite composite images, of various wavelengths, over the Arctic polar region of th ...

                                               

Bascom Hill

Bascom Hill is the main quadrangle that forms the symbolic core of the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. It is located on the opposite end of State Street from the Wisconsin State Capitol, and is named after John Bascom, former president of ...

                                               

Bucky Badger

Buckingham U. "Bucky" Badger is the official mascot of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. They attend all major sporting events for the Wisconsin Badgers as well as hundreds of other events around Wisconsin every year.

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