The School of Undergraduate Studies hosted Freshman Reading Round-Up and Gone to Undergraduate Studies Tuesday to welcome the class of 2019 to The University of Texas and kick off the new school year.
At the beginning of a new semester, you might be wondering where your studies fit in. Use these five tips to help strike a balance.
Bridging Disciplines Programs students Melissa Flores and Cristina Urdiales will work alongside city leaders, residents, and neighborhood associations to help them determine community priorities for revitalization.
Watch BDP alumni explain how the program helped them shape their education to suit their goals and interests through a course of study that integrates classroom, research, and internship experiences.
UGS writing coordinator’s research raises questions about efficacy of plagiarism detection software.
Rising high school seniors from across the state converged on The University of Texas at Austin for three days of college-level courses, residential life, and tours of labs, libraries, and museums across the Forty Acres.
Two undergraduates use high-tech tools to help researchers present data to new audiences in the Visualization Laboratory of the Texas Advanced Computing Center.
Jesse Crandell will study music and social movements in Brazil and Bianca Patel will study English education and food production in Malaysia. Both earned Bridging Disciplines Programs certificates and graduated in May.
Registering for classes can be a confusing and nerve-racking process, especially at orientation. An advisor in the Vick Center has compiled several tips to consider when registering for your first semester of classes.
Distinguished faculty members recommended over 50 books for the Class of 2019 to read and discuss at this year’s Freshman Reading Round-Up. View this year's summer reading list.