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April 09, 2009

Research Week 2009

Delve into the exciting research being done by UT undergraduates during Research Week. The campus-wide celebration of research and creative activity takes place from April 13-17. (read more)

April 03, 2009

Honors Societies Induct New Members

A number of honors societies sponsored by the University Honors Center inducted new members this week as part of Honors Day 2009. (read more)

March 16, 2009

Dr. Abraham appointed Associate Dean

Dr. Lawrence D. Abraham, a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, has been appointed Associate Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. (read more)

March 06, 2009

Faculty-led book discussions at UT Libraries

Last year's Reading Round-Up professors will meet with undergraduates in UT library event.(read more)

March 06, 2009

FIG facilitators win five Vick Awards

All five winners of the 2009 James W. Vick Awards for Academic Advising also serve as First-year Interest Group (FIG) facilitators. (read more)

February 13, 2009

BDP alum named Intern Teacher of the Year

Amir Boroujerdi teaches secondary-level Spanish in Dallas.(read more)

February 10, 2009

Amy Forestell wins Interdisciplinary Teaching Award

Astronomy graduate student won for her outstanding essay.(read more)

February 02, 2009

Longhorn Scholar wins Mike Wacker award

The Mike Wacker Award, given by Texas Parents, recognizes students who are successful in the face of extreme adversity.(read more)

January 26, 2009

UGS courses seek to broaden education

Adam Rabinowitz, a UT assistant classics professor, said he decided to teach an Undergraduate Signature Course because he believes that education should be more than taking tests and making grades.(read more)

January 18, 2009

School of Undergraduate Studies Rolls Out Major Redesign of Web Site

When University of Texas at Austin students begin the spring semester on Tuesday, January 20, the School of Undergraduate Studies will have more and better-organized information available on its web site, thanks to a recent overhaul and redesign.(read more)