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Dean Brent Iverson tweeted his support for the social media campaign to end sexual assault and improve safety on campus.
We know that getting involved in research, especially as a freshman, can enhance the entire undergraduate experience. Read about three students who got an early start on research as freshmen with projects in 3D printing, energy, and art history.
The School of Undergraduate Studies will host three events on Saturday, March 7 as part of Explore UT, the biggest open house in Texas.
Undergraduate researchers from The University of Texas presented their work at a poster session and met with policy analysts and legislative staff members.
Undergraduate Studies Council hosts a week of events open to all UT students.
View an infographic of highlights at the Sanger Learning Center from the past year.
David Spight, assistant dean for advising in the School of Undergraduate Studies, has been elected president of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA).
Erin Schwartz graduated in December 2014 with a B.S. in Nursing and an Ethics & Leadership BDP certificate. She currently works as a critical care nurse and a research assistant at UT’s School of Nursing.
Digital Arts & Media BDP student James Rauhut helped develop an app that was downloaded over 5,000 times the first week of its release.
Two linguistics professors enlisted the help of undergraduates, including a computer engineering student, for their Spanish in Texas project.