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Bridging Disciplines Alumna Secures Investment on Shark Tank

Aimy Steadman and her business partners secured a $1 million investment from Mark Cuban for their startup BeatBox Beverages. (read more)

First-Year Interest Group Mentor Application Deadline

The deadline to apply to be a FIG mentor is Friday, November 14. (read more)

Summer Exploration Grant Sparks Major Decision

School of Undergraduate Studies student Anusha Hasan approached her impending trip to Bangladesh with the desire to answer one question: "Do I want to pursue business as my major?"(read more)

Undergraduates Conduct Research Abroad

Warsaw and Strasbourg are a long way from Texas—culturally, linguistically, economically, and politically—but that didn't stop two UT undergraduates from conducting research abroad. (read more)

Undergraduate Studies Participates in Family Weekend

Dean Brent Iverson and UGS staff welcomed families to campus as part of Texas Parents Association's Family Weekend. (read more)

Bridging Disciplines Programs Application Deadline Extended

The fall 2014 BDP application deadline has been extended to Thursday, October 16 at 5 p.m.(read more)

Lecture Series Touts Collaboration, Creativity, and Innovation

The eighth annual University Lecture Series puts first-year students in front of top faculty members. (read more)

Undergraduate Studies and Ethics

See how the school is contributing to everyday ethics in the undergraduate curriculum. (read more)

School of Undergraduate Studies Raises Close to $9 Million of Campaign for Texas Total

The Campaign for Texas started in September 2006, which coincides with the inception of the School of Undergraduate Studies. With every dollar donated, the school has contributed to the campaign while also enriching the undergraduate experience on the Forty Acres.(read more)

Freshman Reading Round-Up by the Numbers

For the 12th year, UT professors met with small groups of incoming students the day before fall classes began to connect over their love of good books. First-year students got a head-start making friends and meeting top faculty according to results from this year's student survey. (read more)