University Housing and Dining sponsors several transformative environments for students to learn beyond the classroom. These beyond classroom settings stimulate learning through different life spaces. Students learn while passing by, socializing, studying, attending meetings and programs, dining and simply living in our facilities.
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Art in the university's residence halls adds dimension, depth and character to the living environment. It encourages interaction, builds community among residents, and provides opportunities for lifelong learning and personal growth.
The Gallery of Great Texas Women is a University Housing and Dining learning environment located in Kinsolving Residence Hall. The gallery features photographs, biographical information and quotes representing the stories of Texas women who brought glory and fame to the state throughout its proud history.
The Gallery of Texas Cultures is a University Housing and Dining learning environment located in Jester West Residence Hall. The gallery recognizes, celebrates and affirms the historical and contemporary impact of 32 Texas cultural groups by examining how each culture contributed to politics, education, the arts and sciences.
The Gallery of Texas Rivers is a University Housing and Dining learning environment located throughout Duren Residence Hall. The gallery tells the stories of how Texas Rivers, which meander through 191,000 miles of varied landscape, have played a major role in the state's history.
The Gallery of American Indians in Texas is a collaboration among indigenous communities, faculty, students and University Housing and Dining. Located on the second floor of Jester West Residence Hall, the gallery celebrates the impactful history and epic journey of the first peoples of Texas, as well as their contributions to our daily lives.
The UTree Gallery is a collaboration between University Housing and Dining and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center to transform the UT campus into an interactive learning environment. Learn how to identify the varietals of plants and trees surrounding campus and understand the importance of native species to our ecosystem.