Dean Brent Iverson and the School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) celebrated The University of Texas at Austin’s Family Weekend on Saturday, September 24. Hosted by the Texas Parents Association, the event welcomed generations of Longhorn families back to the Forty Acres.
The School of Undergraduate Studies’ (UGS) first Transfer Celebration hosted over 150 former UGS students who have recently transferred into a new college at UT Austin. The event, held at the Turtle Pond on Thursday, September 22, recognized these students’ achievements.
The annual writing contest awards students up to $300 for outstanding papers written in courses that carry a Writing Flag.
Saunders (BBA ’58) chose to remember UT Austin in his estate plans through a bequest to the School of Undergraduate Studies which will provide unrestricted funds to help UGS provide future Longhorns with the tools they need to succeed.
The tenth annual University Lecture Series put top faculty in front of first-year students with lectures on learning and leadership to introduce new ways of thinking.
Bernadette Chavez Piñon encourages student success at The University of Texas at Austin, while helping School of Undergraduate Studies students achieve their goals.
School of Undergraduate Studies sophomore Archer Hadley has been named the 2016 CARTER Outstanding Youth Philanthropist by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
The School of Undergraduate Studies hosted Freshman Reading Round-Up and Gone to Undergraduate Studies Tuesday, August 23, to welcome the class of 2020 to The University of Texas and kick off the new school year.
On Monday, August 22, 30 first-year School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) students participated in the inaugural UGS Leadership Summit. The all-day workshop featured panels, activities, and speeches aimed at giving students an early opportunity to practice leadership and meet their fellow UGS classmates.
UGS students Kim Nguyen, Gabriela Heredia, and Mustapha Jolaade will use their Summer Exploration Grants to learn more about their interests.