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Have you visited the Harry Ransom Center? Explore some of the ways students use this great resource.

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Assistant Dean David Spight discusses how to research your academic options, and UT students talk about their experiences. Find major and certificate pages on Wayfinder.

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Senate of College Councils At-large member Ryan Hirsch shows how students can get involved in undergraduate research.

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Texas Journalism’s Newswatch on a talent show for a local food bank organized by the Longhorn Scholars, which raised $200 and 170+ cans for the Capital Area Food Bank.

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Dr. LeeAnn Kahlor discusses how she incorporated the University Lecture Series into her Signature Course.

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Dr. Patrick Davis, from Pharmacy, discusses ways of teaching writing to first-year students in his Signature Course, Really Bad Bugs: Historical and Emerging Infectious Disease Case Studies.

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In addition to taking courses together and participating in a weekly seminar, Residential FIGs (ResFIGs) offer incoming students the unique opportunity to live together as a community of peers.

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A First-Year Interest Group is a group of 10-20 freshmen with similar academic interests. FIG students experience a smoother transition to college while making new friends.