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Clay Looney leads a plant tour through the PPE building with engineering students and Associate Professor David DiCarlo.

Powering Curiosity: UT's CHP Plant Empowers Student Learning

June 13, 2024
The energy at The University of Texas at Austin is electric with a thriving academic community. Beneath the surface, another energy is at work — the University's microgrid, a self-sufficient system that powers UT, ensuring reliable electricity, heating, and cooling. This microgrid also offers a unique opportunity: a living-learning laboratory for students across various majors.
Member of UT Irrigation crew in front of lawn and UT tower

Teamwork and technical prowess: UT Austin sets the standard for water conservation in the heart of Texas

Nov. 15, 2023
Calsense — The Moody Center is a new Austin landmark and an impressive building. And in the heart of hot, dry Texas, what’s equally impressive is the way the building and its surroundings are irrigated: using 100% reclaimed water. This is recycled, treated wastewater, and its use significantly eases the burden on the supply of municipal potable water required from the City of Austin. Calsense showcases UT Austin's landscaping crew's holistic, out-of-the-box approach to water management as part of their recognition of Champions of Irrigation.
Erwin Center demolition with ceiling off

UT Surplus REUse Store auctioning Frank Erwin Center items online

Oct. 2, 2023
KXAN—UT Surplus REuse Store is doing an online auction for items from Frank Erwin Center, according to a social media post from the store.
Children posing in front of a dinosaur statue at the Texas Science & Natural History Museum.

The Texas Memorial Museum reopens with new name

Sept. 22, 2023
Axios—The UT museum previously known as the Texas Memorial Museum is reopening Saturday as the Texas Science & Natural History Museum.