A look at UT-Austin's "Maker" culture in which 3-D printers and other cutting-edge technology allow students to build, create and invent for class assignments and personal education, spurring both innovation and entrepreneurship.
Professors Darla Castelli and John Bartholomew from the department of Kinesiology and Health Education discuss the benefits of activity for children, not just on physical health, but increased attention and academic performance as well.
"Do We Lead Double Lives?" is the discussion with Elizabeth Richmond-Garza, Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of English at Texas. She examines the tempation to create alternative identities for ourselves through social media.