Students across Undergraduate Studies programs are exploring new interests, gaining experience through research and internships, and taking leadership roles across the Forty Acres. Click on any student to learn more about his or her School of Undergraduate Studies experience.
Robyn’s undergraduate research topic is The Academic and Professional After-effects for Students Who Have Gone Through the Judicial Process at the University of Texas.
“Getting involved in a smaller, diverse community within UT has given me a lot of intellectual stimulation outside of the classroom, and this is something that I have come to enjoy and look forward to.”
Initially, Emily hoped to go into the medical field, but with encouragement from her UGS academic advisor, she explored her options for two semesters by auditing classes and joining clubs. She also served as a...
“First and foremost, UGS allowed me to make an informed and intelligent decision about my major. Without UGS, it’s likely that I would have changed my major and interests multiple times and wasted an unfortunate amount of time that could have been better utilized.”
Clarissa Riojas is a Children & Society BDP student who spent the fall 2013 semester interning with the Texas Center for Education Policy. She helped organize a conference to address the need for more Latino children’s literature...
“It was inspiring to see how collaboration between a group of powerful and passionate individuals helped to create change in the community.”
Danny’s outstanding academic record has earned him the title of Distinguished Scholar. Danny entered UT wanting to study chemical engineering. After exploring his interests, he now plans to major in pre-med biochemistry...
“Be open about new experiences—you might be able to find a life goal that was completely different than what you originally intended.”
George’s undergraduate research topic is Ideologies of the Arabic Language.
“Getting involved in research teaches you to be a self-motivated learner/worker, which is something that I am sure will benefit me in the future.”
Jessica’s undergraduate research topic is Animals in Society.
“It has been rewarding to feel as though I am building…a broader experience and understanding of issues that I feel are critical.”