Time & Procrastination

We all have the same amount of time in a day, but how we allocate it can make the difference between success and stress. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to better use your time to make the most out of every minute of your day and find a balance between work and play.

Algebra Refresher (4-day)

This is a four-day review of concepts from precalculus including basic algebraic manipulations, properties of rational expressions, absolute values and radicals, functions, graphs, graph translations, attributes of inverses of functions, exponential and logarithmic functions. This workshop is primarily designed to meet the needs of students enrolled in M408C/K/N and will be a review of basic algebraic techniques. This class meets from 6-7:30 p.m. for four days.

Algebra Refresher (2-day)

This is a rapid, two-day review of concepts from precalculus including basic algebraic manipulations, properties of rational expressions, absolute values and radicals, functions, graphs, graph translations, attributes of inverses of functions, exponential and logarithmic functions. This workshop is primarily designed to meet the needs of students enrolled in M408C/K/N and will be a review of basic algebraic techniques. Both sessions meet from 6-8 p.m.

Undergraduate Studies Council Fall Dinner

Eat Austin’s Pizza, grab a free t-shirt, socialize, and meet your Undergraduate Studies Council at UGSC fall welcome back dinner!

The Undergraduate Studies Council is the official representative student organization for the School of Undergraduate Studies. Council provides a platform for UGS students to explore leadership while planning and executing beneficial events and activities for fellow students.

Any of the following students are eligible for council membership

University Lecture Series: Research That Changes the World

Speakers: George Georgiou, PHD – Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Noël Busch-Armendariz, PHD – School of Social Work, and Charles O. Anderson, MFA – Dept. of Theatre and Dance

George Georgiou will be lecturing on the discovery and development of protein drugs. This presentation will highlight the power and potential of protein (i.e. large molecule, injectable) drugs for improving human health and research in our lab on the discovery and clinical development of new protein therapeutics.

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