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Quick Tips for Success in an Online Course

Getting used to the way things are presented in an online course can feel like an even bigger hurdle than the course material itself. Here are five tips to help you achieve success in your online course. (read more)

Finalists Announced for the Texas Student Research Showdown

The polls are closed for the Texas Student Research Showdown and six students will move on to the final round. (read more)

Five Tips to Get Back on Track After a Tough Exam

Did you struggle with your first exam this semester? You’re not alone. It’s especially common for first-year students to experience an initial setback during the first semester at UT.(read more)

Faculty Lead New Workshops for Student Educators

The Sanger Learning Center is hosting a three-part Distinguished Faculty Workshop Series on teaching and learning for student educators across the Forty Acres. (read more)

UGS Hosts Longhorn Families

UGS hosted a breakfast followed by a panel discussion and two workshops from the Vick Center for Strategic Advising and Career Counseling during Family Weekend.(read more)

Texas Student Research Showdown Voting Open

Voting for the first round is open until Oct. 21. (read more)

Lawyer and Former Texas Exes President to Speak to UGS Students

Lawyer John Adkins will speak to a small group of Undergraduate Studies students for the Magellan's Circle speaker series on Tuesday, Oct. 6. (read more)

Lecture Series Discusses Topics of Interest to Freshmen

The ninth annual University Lecture Series put top faculty in front of first-year students with lectures on learning and leadership to introduce new ways of thinking. (read more)

Texas Student Research Showdown

For the first time, undergraduate student researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are competing for $2,500 in awards in the Texas Student Research Showdown. (read more)

Bridging Disciplines Students Go to Washington

Five BDP students will live, learn, and intern in Washington, D.C., through the Archer Fellowship Program this fall. Students will study public policy and service through coursework and a full-time internship.(read more)