Brent Iverson, who will begin serving as Undergraduate Studies dean on July 1, was elected president of the inaugural UT System Academy of Distinguished Teachers. He was one of twelve outstanding educators inducted into the Academy's inaugural class on April 23.
Signature Course students used classical traditions of debate, committees, and voting to determine six essential freedoms for a new, ideal society. Read on to learn which freedoms students selected.
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The 2013 Cale McDowell Award goes to Dr. Jeanette Herman for “remarkable and significant work” in implementing campus-wide skills and experiences flags.
Meet some of the graduating students who started out in the School of Undergraduate Studies and make us proud that what started here really can change the world.
Known for his excellence in research and teaching, Dr. Iverson has been a force for consensus on campus and in his current role as Chairman of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Natural Sciences. His tenure as dean begins July 1.
As a part of Research Week, Bridging Disciplines Programs students will have the opportunity to showcase work from their research, internship, and creative project Connecting Experiences. BDP students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend. The poster session will be from 2:30-4pm in MAI 212.
This Saturday, April 13, the tower will be lit orange as the university community celebrates five Undergraduate Studies students’ outstanding academic achievements at the 64th annual Honors Day Convocation.
Research Week showcases undergraduate work from UT Austin’s vast community of research and creative work. The events provide undergraduates with an arena to present research or find avenues for involvement, while departments, colleges, and programs showcase student achievement.
Six experts on assessment, including Dr. Cassandre Alvarado from this school, will offer perspectives on the topic through dialogue on Wednesday, April 17.