Signature Course “Young People & Drugs” removes stigma and provide insight on the complexities of addiction.
Over 3,000 people attended the 2013 University Lecture Series featuring UT’s finest scholars. The themes of the three lectures included: In Pursuit of Health, In the Creative Mind, and In the Lab.
The results of the Reading Round-Up student survey confirm that the event gives students a great head start on meeting new friends and top UT faculty. View an infographic featuring some of the results of the survey.
Horacio is the 2013-2014 UT student body president. He spent two semesters exploring his options as a UGS student and is now double majoring in history and government.
This spring, over 60 students graduated with BDP certificates. Representing more than 40 areas of study, this outstanding group of students completed 53 internships, 55 research projects, and eight creative projects. These students are now pursuing exciting educational and career paths.
At the Round-Up, freshman discussed summer reading with distinguished UT professors.
Mathew, a nursing major, spent the summer at the MD Anderson Cancer Center as a clinical ethics intern. While shadowing physicians, he also participated in lectures exploring ethical frameworks and conducted research. He's pursuing a BDP certificate in Ethics & Leadership.
Jordan is a senior pursuing two BDP certificates: Social Entrepreneurship & Non-profits and Social Inequality, Health & Policy. She’s a Rapoport Scholar, a Truman Scholar, and an Archer Fellow. This summer, Jordan interned with Public Advocates, a non-profit law firm and advocacy organization.
Dhawal Doshi graduated in December 2009 with a degree in economics and a BDP certificate in Global Studies, with a concentration in International Development. Dhawal currently lives and works in Shanghai, China, where he is a research supervisor for an American-led retail development company.
At Gone to UGS, the class of 2017 enjoyed barbecue, befriended new classmates, took photo booth pictures with Bevo, and mingled with Undergraduate Studies staff, including academic advisors, career counselors, and the new dean, Brent Iverson. Click through to view photos from the event.