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The LBJ School of Public Affairs is a graduate component of The University of Texas at Austin
The LBJ School of Public Affairs is a graduate component of The University of Texas at Austin

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Will you be watching the State of the Union Address tonight? You can follow commentary by former Clinton press secretary, Mike McCurry, tonight with the LBJ School's Washington Center in DC. Follow on Twitter and tweet your questions with #LBJSchoolDC
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Have you been thinking about taking that next step in your career? The Executive Master in Public Leadership program at the LBJ School of Public Affairs offers a degree program for leaders, designed by leaders, and taught by leaders.
More information on the program is available here: http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/empl#connections

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LBJ Students had the opportunity to attend the ISAC-ISSS Security Conference held at the LBJ School in November. Top scholars and academia attended the conference to discuss trends in international security.

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Julian Bond, an American Civil Rights leader, will keynote the Barbara Jordan Forum at the LBJ School of Public Affairs on Feb. 4, 2015 at 12:00pm. Sign up and get more information through the link provided.

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2014 Graduation
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Some photos from Instagram from the 2014 Civil Rights Summit featuring President Barack Obama and addresses by three other US presidents
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Civil Rights Summit
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2014-07-29
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Professor Jeremi Suri on US  international relations with Russia 

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We just launched a new degree program in public leadership. The Executive Master in Public Leadership is designed to offer senior leaders the skills they need to be even more effective change-agents in government and beyond. 

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