For the first time, undergraduate student researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are competing for $2,500 in awards in the Texas Student Research Showdown.
Five BDP students will live, learn, and intern in Washington, D.C., through the Archer Fellowship Program this fall. Students will study public policy and service through coursework and a full-time internship.
Bridging Disciplines Programs alumna’s project being used as a teaching tool at Belton High School.
Read an opinion column in The Daily Texan about the value of Undergraduate Studies courses and the core curriculum written by biology junior Michael Jensen.
From tuition to papers to group projects, there are a lot of deadlines to keep track of throughout the semester. Download the Sanger Learning Center's deadline calendar to plan ahead.
Read an essay from Guy Raffa, professor of the Signature Course "Dante's Hell and Its Afterlife", examining the parallels between Dante and Don Draper of "Mad Men".
Four undergraduates who were inspired by their experiences in “Philanthropy: The Power of Giving” will form a student organization to continue the work of their UGS course.
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.