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New Digs for First-Year Experience & Advising Center

All UGS students can now find their academic advisors, First-year Interest groups staff, and Signature Course staff all in one place.(read more)

UGS Family Weekend 2010

Saturday morning, registered UGS students and their families join Dean Woodruff and UGS staff for breakfast in the Life Science Library. 9-11 a.m., MAI 212.(read more)

World Changers: the Great Debate

Faculty from five disciplines debate which of their subjects students should take to change the world.(read more)

Cirque du Politique

Why is Jon Stewart America's most trusted newscaster? Join Communication Studies' Dr. Randy Cox for a lively talk about how the news cycle, the electorate, and personal politics combine to create the circus that is current political discourse. (read more)

President Commends Undergraduate Studies

In his State of the University address, President Powers spoke highly of our Bridging Disciplines Programs, Signature Courses, First-year Interest Groups, advisors in the Center for Strategic Advising, and work on the core curriculum.(read more)

UGS Grant Funds Teaching English in Peru

As a first-year UGS student, Armando Vera was the inaugural recipient of the UGS Summer Exploration Experience Grant. He now plans to study international relations. (read more)

Gone to Undergraduate Studies

Dean Woodruff welcomes Undergraduate Studies's new students with barbeque and fun.(read more)

Great Books Connect Incoming Students

The day before fall classes start, new students meet to discuss books with top professors eager to exchange ideas and share insights in a relaxed setting.(read more)

Will Grindle named Outstanding Advisor

Will Grindle has been named a 2009-10 Outstanding Advisor of the Year by the National Council of Alpha Lambda Delta. The award is given annually to five outstanding Alpha Lambda Delta advisors in the United States. (read more)

Undergraduates Present Summer Research

Undergraduates and high school students presented research on everything from environmental science to cellular and molecular biology.(read more)