The BDP certificate in Museum Studies provides an opportunity for students to learn about the preservation of cultures and societies, complete research projects, and intern in museums around Austin. The certificate will be offered in fall 2016.
The Sanger Learning Center and UT Libraries have partnered to pilot a program to provide assistance with public speaking. Consultations will initially be offered on a drop-in basis.
The UGS Dean’s List is a distinction given to students in the School of Undergraduate Studies who earned a grade point average in the top 4% of their class. To be eligible, students had to be enrolled in full-time coursework and achieve a 4.0 for fall 2015.
Declaring a major can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are many resources to help you through the process. Find out what every UGS student needs to know about the process and when you can attend a workshop at the Vick Center.
With the assistance of the Summer Exploration Grant, a UGS student took his passion for studying music to China. Apply for the grant by March 4.
In contrast to the fall’s larger events, the University Lecture Series has expanded to smaller, more frequent lectures throughout the spring semester that will continue to showcase the work of distinguished faculty members.
Read an article in the Daily Texan about the collaboration between the Signature Course "Growth and Development of Adolescents Living with Chronic Conditions" and the Blanton Museum of Art.
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.