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The festive, outdoor event showcases undergraduate research from departments, colleges, programs and student organizations across campus.
The Intellectual Entrepreneurship pre-graduate school internship connects undergraduates with faculty and veteran graduate students in their fields of study. For course credit, undergraduates are exposed to unique aspects of graduate study that make it distinct from the undergraduate experience.
Students looking for guidance and information on majors can now use Wayfinder. The online tool offers customized resources, activities, and practical tools students need to make informed choices about their futures.
Former UT VP and Provost Dr. Sheldon Ekland-Olson will speak about capital punishment as if it were his last lecture as a professor.
For Sarah Miracle, an architecture undergraduate student, a full course load inhibited her from taking classes in the Textiles and Apparel Technology department. However, Miracle didn’t let her busy class schedule prevent her from doing hands-on materials research...
Undergraduate Studies is pleased to invite UGS students to submit applications by March 30 for the Exploration Experience Grant to fund career and major exploration.
UGS students chat with successful professionals about careers, choosing a major, and how choices made in undergraduate careers can affect life after college.
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with faculty members who are teaching the Signature Courses for first-year students. These courses are designed to expose freshmen to experienced faculty and provide them with a rigorous and engaging intellectual experience...
Dr. Debbie Volker received the 2010 Senate Professor of the Year Award. Signature Courses jump start students’ UT experiences with top faculty teaching intellectually rigorous, interdisciplinary classes.
In a UGS-sponsored lecture, sociologist Dr. Robert Crosnoe argued that high school students' social lives have long-term ramifications.

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