Halls of Renown: The Names Behind UT Campus Buildings

     
Jester Center   Home to thousands of UT students since 1969, the Jester Center is a large dormitory-academic complex named in honor of Beauford H. Jester, former UT student, regent, and the only governor of Texas to die in office (1949).
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Location of Jester Center on the UT Campus)
     
Kinsolving Dormitory for women (1958) was built on the former site of the residence of the Rt. Rev. George H. “Texas George” Kinsolving, Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Texas from 1893 to 1928.
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Location of Kinsolving Dormitory on the UT Campus)
  Kinsolving Dormitory
     
Robert Lee Moore Hall   The Physics-Mathematics-Astronomy Building (1972) was renamed in 1974 to honor longtime UT mathematician Robert Lee Moore. Dr. Moore, a 1901 graduate, returned to teach at UT from 1920 to 1969.
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Location of Robert Lee Moore Hall on the UT Campus)
     

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