Tag: central Texas

Very exciting news: Evidence of an early projectile point technology in North America at the Gault Site in Central Texas – research pushes back date of earliest North Americans in the Ice Age

The Gault archaeological site is an extensive, multicomponent site located in central Texas, United States, about 40 miles north of Austin. It bears evidence of almost continuous human occupation, starting at least 16,000 years ago—making it one of the few but growing number of archaeological sites in the Americas at which compelling evidence has been found for human occupation dating to before the appearance of the Clovis culture.

The Meaning and Impact of Community Resilience

“When I think about resilience at the community level,” Lourdes Rodriguez says, “I think about communities that understand that the conditions creating adversity are bigger than an individual.” In physics, resilience is an object’s ability to bounce back into its original form after sustaining a shock. In communities, it means something much more. Wendy Ellis, project director of the Building Community Resilience(BCR) collaborative at… Read more »

Center for Youth Mental Health: Call for Proposals

Calling all Central Texas change agents! The Dell Medical School’s Center for Youth Mental Health (CYMH) is seeking proposals from Central Texas residents to improve transition-age youth mental health in their communities. Proposals should address the barriers faced by transition-age youth (people who are 16-25 years old) in your community. Proposals might include anything from improving transition-age youth access to mental health services to supporting the… Read more »