Planning Forum is an annual publication produced by graduate and doctoral students in the Department of Community and Regional Planning at The University of Texas at Austin. The journal publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles as well as critical explorations in less-conventional formats. Planning Forum serves as a platform for emerging voices and new perspectives on the most pressing issues in the field. Scholars, practitioners, activists, and writers of all kinds are welcome to submit.
The Cockrell School of Engineering will serve as an “umbrella” sub-community for the various research centers and academic departments within the School. The Center for Research in Water Resources is the first of such research centers.
Born-digital documentation produced as part of Spector’s work as a videogame developer with Origin Systems, Looking Glass Technologies, Ion Storm, and other collaborators of Spector’s within the videogame industry. Forms part of the Videogame Archives.
Hemispheres is the outreach consortium of the Center for European Studies, Teresa Lozano Long Institute for Latin American Studies, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies, and the South Asia Institute in the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin
The Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve or “Reserve” is a federal and state partnership that conducts research, education, and stewardship programs. This program is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and is managed by the University of Texas Marine Science Institute. There are 28 Reserves around the country and each reserve is a "living laboratory" in which scientists conduct research and educators communicate research results.
Sub-Series Include: Planning Education in Texas, 1955-1991 Planning in Austin, 1927-1991 Planning in Beaumont, 1987 Planning in Corpus Christi, 1982-1988 Planning in Dallas, 1911-1994 Planning in El Paso, 1985-1990 Planning in Fort Worth, 1934-2000; Planning in Galveston, 1968-1990; Planning in Houston, -1991; Planning in San Antonio, 1972-1990; Texas State Planning, 1957-1990
Professor Hugo Leipziger-Pearce (1902-1998), established the Community and Regional Planning Program at the University of Texas at Austin, and worked as an independent planning consultant in Texas and Germany. In this collection, correspondence, job files, printed material, maps, photographs, and audiovisual items chronicle the urban planning and academic careers of Hugo Leipziger-Pearce.