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2 UGS Staffers Win Outstanding Awards

Christine Anderson and James Tolleson will receive Outstanding Staff Awards.(read more)

$1.5 Million Gift Will Create Chair in Undergraduate Studies

Tom and Jeanie Carter of Houston have pledged $1.5 million to benefit the School of Undergraduate Studies. The bequest will ultimately create the Thomas L. and Eugenia G. Carter Chair in Undergraduate Studies, which will be held by the school’s dean.(read more)

Longhorn Scholars Senior Program Coordinator Elected to NACADA Board

The National Academic Advising Association elected John Paul Regalado, Longhorn Scholars Senior Program Coordinator, to a three-year term on the board.(read more)

Explore UT

Undergraduate Studies led sessions at Explore UT on Saturday, March 3. Student leaders from the UGS Council, First-year Interest Group (FIG) representatives, and Undergraduate Studies strategic advisors discussed exploring majors and the FIG program.(read more)

School of Social Work hosts Research Stories

Join faculty & students for a candid discussion of passion for applied research.(read more)

McDowell Award Nominations Open

The Cale McDowell Award for Innovation recognizes a member of the UT Austin community who has put extraordinary effort towards improving the core curriculum. Nominations are due March 30.(read more)

Longhorn Research Bazaar Deadline Announced

Applications for presenting research or hosting a table at UGS Research Week's Bazaar, a celebration of research by undergraduates across campus, are due Wednesday, February 22.(read more)

Make Over your Resume

On February 8, the Sanger Center & Center for Strategic Advising give students strategies for highlighting skills & experiences when applying for competitive majors, internships, and jobs.(read more)

Archer Fellow Hopefuls Get Help

On Thursday, January 26, White House internship staff will discuss internships with students interested applying to the Archer Program. Program alumni and staff offer open hours to review working application drafts. (read more)

DemTex Student Instructors Cultivate Academic Curiosity

Jordan Humphreys writes about his experience leading a discussion-based course on innovative video game design as a way to solve societal problems like public health issues, building relationships in online environments, and helping autistic children better express themselves.(read more)