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UT Libraries is entering the third year helping  nonprofits access research. In partnership with the Alliance for Better Nonprofits, the […]

Students in Julie Ferrara’s upper-level business analytics course, Search Engine Marketing, spent the fall semester using Google Ad Words for […]

$2-5K Yelp Foundation: Local Community Grant Competition The Yelp Foundation Gives Local (#YFGivesLocal) is a contest that encourages the public […]

Many UT employees serve on nonprofit boards.  It is rewarding work that makes a real difference in our community.  If […]

Only a handful of students were able to enroll in the original Innovation in Practice elective, a popular course taught by Glenn Swift and Pat Richardson. That changed in 2011. Love a good story? You can read one right here.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to Fund Data and Information Sharing Initiatives Through grants of up to $200,000, DASH, or Data Across […]