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Families of Undergraduate Studies' first class of students joined Dean Paul Woodruff for breakfast Saturday morning in the UT Tower's historic and beautiful Life Science Library. Assistant Dean for Advising David Spight and advisors from the Center for Strategic Advising also attended.
The Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDP) are pleased to announce a new certificate in Human Rights and Social Justice. The nineteen-hour program will introduce students to the interdisciplinary study and practice of human rights at home and around the world.
The University Lecture Series completed its second and final large lecture with Dean Paul Woodruff's How to Spot a Tyrant When You See One. The series also includes smaller linked events that will continue into the fall.
Dean of Undergraduate Studies Paul Woodruff will speak tonight on tyranny, freedom, and democracy in theater. Masters students from the Department of Theater and Dance will perform scenes from _Antigone_, _Measure for Measure_, and _A Doll's House_.
Dean Thomas Gilligan will speak about the factors that contribute to global economic growth, and reveal our role in the miraculous process. Tonight's lecture is the first of two in the third annual University Lecture Series.
Over half of the Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award recipients who teach at UT Austin are involved with Undergraduate Studies.
Over 850 students will gather the day before fall classes begin to meet with outstanding UT Austin faculty. Incoming first-year students will discuss their optional summer reading with a small group of peers and the professor who recommended their book as a must-read.
The School of Undergraduate Studies welcomed its first class of enrolled students with barbeque on Tuesday evening.
Ashley Lemell, a recent graduate of the Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDP) and a Longhorn Scholar, was selected from a record 35,000 individuals who applied for Teach For America this year. Ashley will be teaching ninth grade biology at Peak Preparatory, a charter school located in East Dallas.
Brad Popiolek will advise students & manage content for Wayfinder, an online advising tool.