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The Economic and Fiscal Benefits of The University of Texas Permian Basin
Report Published on October 05, 2020

The educational opportunities offered by The University of Texas Permian Basin enhance employment prospects for students and improve the regional workforce and economic development potential. In fulfilling its primary role, UT Permian Basin generates a significant economic stimulus as well as incremental tax receipts. The University provides direct well-paying jobs, engages in major projects, and supports important research. Graduates are essential to the current and future business complex and enhance the competitiveness of the area. These activities contribute to the economy of the local area, region, state, and nation.

What impact does college football have for university revenue and the surrounding cities' economies?
Radio Spot Broadcast via Texas State Networks on August 12, 2020

Dr. Perryman illustrates the economic value of proceeding with the football season for the Big 12 Conference. 

Universities and COVID
Column Published in syndication July 22, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic emerged this spring, college campuses across the United States swiftly sent students home in droves and switched to online distance learning. The quick transition came with hopes and expectations that things would be largely back to normal by the fall. However, such is not the case, and uncertainty is growing as the time to prepare is diminishing.