Read an interview with the winner of the first Texas Student Research Showdown, electrical engineering junior Sanjai Bashyam.
This year’s Undergraduate Studies Staff Award winner works with faculty and staff to increase the quality of writing instruction across the Forty Acres.
Ayelet Lushkov experimented with the format of her Signature Course "Cricket: Sports, Literature, and Empire" to focus on student presentations throughout the semester. Read more.
Stephanie Sebo, winner of the 2015 Summer Exploration Grant, spent her summer interning for LBJ Construction Company in Houston, working on public relations and advertising.
A class trip to view the exhibit "Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm" at the Blanton Museum of Art sparked a conversation between the students and the artist.
The deadline for research or conference travel scholarships is Wednesday, Nov. 25.
The deadline to apply to be a FIG mentor is Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Six undergraduate researchers were recognized for their research communication skills in the final round of the first Texas Student Research Showdown on Nov. 12.
Getting used to the way things are presented in an online course can feel like an even bigger hurdle than the course material itself. Here are five tips to help you achieve success in your online course.
The polls are closed for the Texas Student Research Showdown and six students will move on to the final round.