DALLAS -- The University of Texas plans to quickly form a steering committee, hire an inaugural dean and recruit faculty members for a new medical school that was approved by Austin voters in last week’s election.

Steven Leslie, UT’s executive vice president and provost, said that accreditation usually takes about three years.  The university plans to enroll the first class of about 50 students in 2015 at the earliest.

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