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Horacio is the 2013-2014 UT student body president. Originally interested in biology and medicine, Horacio spent two semesters exploring his options as a student in the School of Undergraduate Studies and is now double majoring in history...
“The School of Undergraduate Studies was an amazing opportunity for me to test out a few fields of study that I considered for a possible major.”
Lillian’s undergraduate research topic is Factors Affecting Weight Management in College Students Living in Dormitories.
“Participating in research has put me into a leadership role amongst the peers in my class.”
Duan’s undergraduate research topics is Assessment of Omega-3 Fatty Acids’ Effect on Attenuating Obesity-induced Cyclooxygenase-2 Activation and Aromatase Expression in Breast Cancer Cells and Adipose Stromal Cells.
“Research has allowed me to meet many great people with valuable knowledge and experience.”
Allison’s undergraduate research topic is Dead Man Walking: An Analysis of Last Statement Testimonies of Texas Inmates.
“I had never administered my own research and was surprised how much I enjoy working on my project.”
Eric’s stellar academic performance has earned him the title of College Scholar. Eric knew he wanted to explore his options, so he selected UGS as his first choice. He’s since discovered...
“My advice for UGS students is to keep exploring. I don’t want to say, “Don’t worry about the time,” because you don’t want to take too long exploring, but it’s okay to not know what you want to do. Eventually, you will figure it out.”
Owais’s undergraduate research topic is The Effect of Committee Assignments On Electoral Success for Members of the US House.
“Having participated in biological research as well as research in Government, I was truly surprised by how many similarities exist between the two.”
“Each day presented a new opportunity to connect my projects to my experience in community activism, academic foundation in urban theory, professional curiosity in non-profit public interest advocacy, and personal interest in sustainable community development.”