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Students and staff from 11 colleges around the state convened to participate in the first-of-its-kind Transfer Student Leadership Summit from March 31 to April 1. The Transfer-Year Experience (TYE) program in the School of Undergraduate Studies brought 60 attendees together to share their transfer experiences, identify common themes, share their own initiatives, and build a network.
The School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) hosted a celebration for upcoming graduates and students who have transferred into a new college at UT. Over 100 students met at the Turtle Pond on Tuesday, April 4 to enjoy Amy’s Ice Cream, play lawn games, and visit with Vick Center academic advisors, UGS staff members, and Dean Brent Iverson.
Ten students in the School of Undergraduate Studies will be recognized for their academic achievements during the 69th annual Honors Day ceremony on Saturday, April 8. Nine of the students will be recognized with the distinction of college scholar and one student is honored with the title of distinguished college scholar. Students must meet a rigorous set of guidelines to earn these distinctions.
Two undergraduate researchers from the University of Texas at Austin presented their work at the Texas state capitol during Undergraduate Research Day on March 28.
The National Endowment for the Humanities will award a $97,491 grant to The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture and its partners across the UT Austin campus to fund the development of a new Bridging Disciplines Program.
The spring 2017 School of Undergraduate Studies Dean’s List was announced and the recipients were honored by Dean Brent Iverson and Associate Dean Larry Abraham on Tuesday.
Angie Fayad, an advertising student, urges students to never quit when searching for the perfect major.
The School of Undergraduate Studies held the first Writing Flag Award ceremony on Tuesday, March 21. Students submitted writing in one of three categories: research, critical/persuasive, and creative/reflective and prizes were awarded to work that best demonstrated clarity, inventiveness, and intellectual rigor. First place winners for each category were awarded $300, second place received $200, and third place was awarded $100.
Freshman and Senate Representative for UGS Council Michael Pontikes proposed legislation in favor of standardizing internal transfer information.
College can be equally exciting and stressful. One way to manage the constant ups and downs of college life is to practice “self-care,” simple activities that can help reduce stress and enhance your quality of life. Research shows that, in addition to keeping you healthy, it can also improve your overall well-being.