A new initiative, Interdisciplinary Studies Week, gave students from the School of Undergraduate Studies the opportunity to shadow a student in other majors at the university from March 29 to March 30.
The School of Undergraduate Studies will participate in 40 Hours for the Forty Acres on April 27 and 28 to raise funds across campus. This year, I would like to personally challenge you, as a friend of UGS, to help us improve on last year’s performance.
After 10 years of research, a drug engineered by a team including the Dean of Undergraduate Studies gained approval for use in treating and preventing inhalational Anthrax.
Whitney Barlow is a speech-language pathology senior who has conducted research on stuttering and brain activity that accompanies the learning of new sounds.
Jeanette Herman, assistant dean and director of the Bridging Disciplines Programs, was a keynote speaker and panelist at the fifteenth annual Sequels Symposium on March 31 and April 1.
The School of Undergraduate Studies hosted three Explore UT events this weekend aimed at prospective students and their families. The annual campus-wide open house showcases research and promotes higher education to parents, teachers, and students across Texas.
Learn more about Dr. Cal Streeter, a faculty member in the School of Social Work, a BDP 101 professor, and an an inspiring mentor to many Social Entrepreneurship & Non-profits BDP students.
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.