Interdisciplinary Studies Week gave UGS students the opportunity to shadow a student in their prospective major.
UGS Liaisons offered advice to undeclared students on topics from deciding a major to getting involved at UT Austin.
Courtney Austin, a computational biology major, offers advice on how to get involved and find a community on campus.
For the first time in the program’s history, the First-Year Experience (FYE) Office hosted a First-Year Interest Group (FIG) appreciation event to award FIG facilitators and mentors. Awards for outstanding returning mentor, new mentor, and facilitator were presented after opening remarks from FYE Director Patty Micks and School of Undergraduate Studies Dean Brent Iverson. Two finalists for each category were also honored.
Resume writing can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know where to start. Need a little inspiration? Check out these tips from the Vick Center for Strategic Advising & Career Counseling!
This fall marks the fourth year of the City Hall Fellows Program, a partnership between the Longhorn Center for Community Engagement (LCCE) at The University of Texas at Austin and the Office of the Mayor of the City of Austin. The program integrates academic learning with local, hands-on service.
Mikaila Smith, Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDP) student and Plan II senior, has been awarded a 2017 Rhodes scholarship,
Three UGS students who received the 2016 Summer Exploration Grant traveled the world while exploring their future majors and careers.
Natalie Pang, a biomedical engineering student, shares her story of transferring into the Cockrell School of Engineering.
Stephanie Sebo, a Moody College of Communication student, offers advice on how to cope with homesickness and how to keep in touch with friends and family.