The annual Texas Tribune Festival will take place Sept. 19-21, 2014 at UT.
If you're an aspiring politician, journalist or academic, have a passion for policy issues or are seeking résumé-building experiences and networking opportunities, you shouldn’t miss out on this innovative and engaging event.
The Festival is a weekend full of debate and dialogue featuring some of the biggest names in the world of politics and public policy. Registration gives you access to nine programming tracks plus keynote discussions, 45 interactive events and more than 150 speakers — plus special student-only programs and access to a networking lounge.
Special $50 rate for students, faculty and staff. Visit http://trib.it/1g3k7D7 to receive your discount code.
Don’t have $50? Volunteers will receive a free, all-access pass to the 2014 Texas Tribune Festival and insider perks throughout the weekend. Visit https://www.shiftboard.com/texastribunefestival/ to sign up today.
SOME SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS:
Bill Bradley, former U.S. senator
Julián Castro, mayor of San Antonio
Christi Craddick, Texas railroad commissioner
Kay Granger, U.S. representative
Chris Hayes, host of MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes
Jon M. Huntsman Jr., former U.S. ambassador to China; former Utah governor
Kay Bailey Hutchison, former U.S. senator
Annise Parker, mayor of Houston
Bill Powers, The University of Texas at Austin president
John Sharp, Texas A&M University System chancellor
Joe Straus, speaker of the Texas House
Leticia Van de Putte, state senator, D-San Antonio; Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor
Visit our website texastribune.org/festival for the full programming information.
$50 for UT students, faculty and staff. General admission $150 through July 10th, $200 until Aug. 28, $240 until Sept. 11, and $300 walk-up rate.
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