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Explore UT is March 3 in Austin

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AUSTIN -- The University of Texas at Austin’s Explore UT, known as “the biggest open house in Texas,” is expected to draw more than 50,000 visitors of all ages from throughout the state Saturday, March 3, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with more than 400 free activities in six realms of discovery featured on the university’s main campus.

The public event has proved to be an effective means of recruiting bright, talented prospective students to the university in past years.

Activities at Explore UT are organized into six realms of discovery. Among them are:

•Arts Adventures -- Embrace a culture of innovation found in the arts, architecture, and communication.

•Science Safari -- Experience new technologies in the sciences, and see the innovative fun in pharmacy, nursing, geosciences, and more.

•Engineering Expeditions -- Chart a journey to solve global problems, expand knowledge, and improve lives.

For a complete schedule of activities, visit the Explore UT website,

For more information, contact Robert D. Meckel at 512-475-7847 or

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