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How to Improve a Low-Performing Business

CIE offers advice to transform your business.


CIE offers practical "how to" advice on creating and maintaining a healthy business. CIE boasts a number of professional programs, seminars, workshops and consulting services to help you get ahead in the work world. If you are looking to improve your business or your own performance, CIE is here to help.

OLLI invites you to “join the conversation”

Kathy Sangster describes the benefits of OLLI.


The Bernard Osher Foundation was founded in 1977 to improve quality of life for adult learners through higher education and the arts. Today, CIE's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is one of the most popular continuing education programs at the university. Learn what benefits await you at OLLI.

Meet Dinara Jumadilova: International Student

UEX student Dinara Jumadilova


In observance of International Women's Day, CIE shines a light on one of its own students: Dinara Jumadilova of University Extension (UEX). Dinara is currently in grad school studying health care administration. She plans on using her degree upon graduation in her native country of Kazakhstan.

At Explore UT, learning yields some sweet rewards

UEX instructor Blinda McClelland prepares for Explore UT


Dr. Blinda McClelland, an instructor with University Extension, participates in Explore UT every year to help foster future generations of creative scientists and innovators. Learn how Dr. McClelland introduces young minds to the vast mysteries of DNA through the simple use of Twizzlers and gumdrops.

CIE joins the fun at Explore UT

(L to R) Debby Denehy, Nancy Hanson and Itzel McClaren of PETEX


On Saturday, March 6, the university welcomes an estimated 30,000 visitors to Explore UT, "The Biggest Open House in Texas." Find out what CIE, represented by the K-16 Education Center and PETEX, has in store for this year's event.

Amy Pro: Lifelong learner, educator, and student advocate

Amy Pro earns her PhD.


Amy Pro has a unique relationship with the university and lifelong learning. She earned her Ph.D. here at the same time her son and daughter were also enrolled and earning their bachelor degrees. For the past six years, she has been the principal of the UT Online High School (UTHS).

CIE celebrates centennial


Since its inception in 1910, CIE has opened the doors of The University of Texas at Austin to anyone with a desire to learn. Our students, faculty and staff have filled the last 100 years with stories of great determination, personal sacrifice, joyful accomplishment, and rich discovery.

An Auspicious Sign

Halley's comet was a sign of things to come for CIE students in Texas and around the world.


In 1910, Continuing and Innovative Education (CIE) was created by the university's Board of Regents “to make the university more useful to the people of Texas.” That same year Halley's Comet was seen from Earth for the first time in 75 years and photographed for the very first time, perhaps signaling the imminent impact CIE would have on Texas and the world.

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