Greg Fenves UT Austin President Greg Fenves Leaving Texas Flagship June 30 For Emory University By Shannon Najmabadi | Texas Tribune • Apr 6, 2020 Julia Reihs / KUT University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves is leaving the state’s flagship college for Emory University, where he will become president Aug. 1, he told the UT community in an email Tuesday. UT Austin President Greg Fenves' Wife Tests Positive For COVID-19 By Claire McInerny | KUT • Mar 13, 2020 Martin do Nascimento / KUT UT Austin President Greg Fenves' wife, Carmel, has tested positive for COVID-19, he said in a letter sent to the UT community Friday. UT Austin Prepares For Online Classes In Case COVID-19 Comes To Campus By Claire McInerny | KUT • Mar 9, 2020 Julia Reihs / KUT There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Austin, but if it happens, the University of Texas wants to be ready. UT Austin Students Demand Transparency In Sexual Misconduct Cases At Town Hall Event By Marisa Charpentier | KUT • Jan 27, 2020 Julia Reihs / KUT UT Austin students urged university leadership to admit the school has failed them, during a town hall meeting Monday on faculty sexual misconduct. UT Austin To Give Free Tuition To Low-Income Texas Students By Claire McInerny | KUT • Jul 9, 2019 Martin do Nascimento / KUT The University of Texas System Board of Regents voted Tuesday to offer full tuition assistance to more UT Austin students, adding $160 million to an endowment to help cover costs. UT-Austin President Greg Fenves Broke School Rules By Flying On 'Premium Airfare' Tickets By Shannon Najmabadi • Feb 26, 2018 Gabriel C. Pérez / KUT University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves and his wife violated school policy by flying first or business class “multiple times” without a regularly-approved reason why, a UT System audit says. One Killed, 3 Injured In Stabbing On UT Campus; Suspect In Custody By Stephanie Federico | KUT • May 1, 2017 Martin do Nascimento / KUT One person is dead and three others are injured after a stabbing near the Gregory Gym on UT-Austin campus Monday. A suspect is in custody and there is no ongoing threat, UT police said.