Richard A. Cherwitz
Julie Sievers
Courtney Dillard
Sharan Daniel
Stefanie Sanford

Harold Chaput
Harold Chaput, Computer Science

Arete is an ancient Greek word for virtue, describing the quest for individual excellence. In these features from On Campus, we salute UT intellectual entrepreneurs--graduate students whose considerable contributions to the academy and larger community are truly virtuous, exemplifying the best of citizen-scholarship.

Ralf G. Brand, Community and Regional Planning

Rick Nauert, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Study

Ann Clark, Biomedical Engineering

Harlan L. Miller, III, Marine Science

Jessica Summers, Educational Psychology

Daniel Laufer, Marketing and International Business

Peter Haney, Cultural Studies

Sean Wheeler, Sociology

Dayna Oscherwitz, French and Italian

Jochen Guck, Physics

Patricio Solis, Sociology

Charles N. Baroud, Mechanical Engineering

Paolo Mefalopulos, Radio-Television-Film

Darius A. Arya, Classical archaeology

Kathryn Guy, School Psychology

Michael Smith, Pharmacy

Deborah Garfinkle, Slavic Languages and Literatures

Alexandra Garcia, Nursing

Kevin Anderson, Geography

R. W. "Buddy" Burniske, English

Mehmet Bengu Uluengin, Community & Regional Planning

Angelica Cadavid, Molecular Biology

Katherine Socha, Mathematics

Paige Warren, Zoology

Sara Joiner, Library and Information Science

Lisa McClain, History

Edie Wolfe, Art History

Michael Erard, English

Michael Dailey, Educational Administration

Rachel McInturff, Music

Denise Gobert, Kinesiology & Health Education

Alexandra Hankin, Information Management (MBA)

Sharon Jarvis, Communication Studies

Luke Keller, Astronomy

Janice Hassebrock Laasko, Social Work

Carolyn de la Pena, American Studies

Deborah von Hapsburg, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Patricia Sanchez, Latin American Studies

Julian Chen, Mechanical Engineering

Meredith Whitten, Public Affairs

Derek Hall, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Mark Rincon, Public Affairs

Kim Nixon, Neuroscience