The UGS Liaisons Program creates a community of students by connecting former UGS students who are enrolled in majors across UT Austin with current UGS students exploring their future majors.
Archer’s Challenge is a city-wide, weeklong fundraiser that raises funds for Rosedale School, which serves students with severe disabilities in Austin.
The Texas Student Research Showdown is a video and presentation competition for undergraduate researchers at The University of Texas at Austin. In the first round, students create two-minute videos about their research, which are voted on by UT students and judged by a faculty panel. The judges’ top three videos, along with the three videos that receive the most votes, continue to a final round in which students give six-minute research presentations to a live audience and judging panel.
Undergraduate researchers have produced 15 short videos to highlight their research discoveries and creative activity. Current UT students are encouraged to vote for their favorite videos by the deadline of 11:59 p.m., Oct. 19. The creators of the top three vote-winning videos, along with the top three videos selected by our panel of judges, will be invited to present their work to a live audience at the Showdown final round on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 3:30 p.m. in Avaya Auditorium (POB 2.302) , where they will compete for $2500 in student research awards.
Join the Undergraduate Studies Council (UGSC) for bagels and coffee with Dean Brent Iverson.
This is your chance to…
- Ask Dean Iverson a question
- Share your experiences with UGS
- Suggest legislation ideas
- Learn more about UGSC
- Eat a free breakfast to prepare for your midterms and spring registration!
Dean Brent Iverson and the School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) celebrated The University of Texas at Austin’s Family Weekend on Saturday, September 24.
The School of Undergraduate Studies’ (UGS) first Transfer Celebration hosted over 150 former UGS students who have recently transferred into a new college at UT Austin.
The annual writing contest awards students up to $300 for outstanding papers written in courses that carry a Writing Flag.
Saunders (BBA ’58) chose to remember UT Austin in his estate plans through a bequest to the School of Undergraduate Studies which will provide unrestricted funds to help UGS provide future Longhorns with the tools they need to succeed.