Turan Vural, a 2019 German and electrical and computer engineering alumnus from The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded a Schwarzman scholarship to study in Beijing.
This summer, liberal arts students took to professional settings with internships that helped sharpen their skills and develop their roles as employees. Below, read about three students who interned in a variety of settings, from nonprofit organizations, to innovative local companies, to reputable news organizations. Madeleine Toups Major: Government and Liberal Arts Honors senior Hometown: […]
The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) summer course is providing students with internship opportunities in Querétaro, Mexico and Daegu, South Korea. UTeach-Liberal Arts founded the program in the summer of 2013 based on the recommendations of liberal arts students and graduates who expressed interest in a course that would allow students to go […]
This summer, more than 65 high school students from around the country and across the globe made their way to The University of Texas at Austin to experience life on a college campus. The Summer @ UT/COLA Pre-College Program was designed to help students transition from high school to college, and is the first program […]
July Elizabeth Smith, a psychology graduate student at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded a Summer Student Fellowship from the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF) to study medical interventions for Parkinson’s disease. Her project, titled “Methylene Blue as a Treatment for Motor & Cognitive Deficits in a Rodent Model of Parkinson’s,” was selected […]
SEPTEMBER The College of Liberal Arts has honored two students with a Larry Temple Scholarship. The 2012-13 Larry Temple Scholarship winners are: William Hoenig, a Plan II Honors sophomore majoring in electrical engineering and economics; and Nicole Kruijs, a Plan II Honors sophomore majoring in public health. Go to this website for more details. The Asian […]
The 2010 Dean’s Distinguished Graduates are: Ethan Alexander (Ancient History and Classical Civilization) Kaitlin Andryauskas (Sociology) Aaron Barr (Asian Studies) Casey Dorff (Government) Grace Eckhoff (Plan II Honors/Biology) Daniel Friedman (Plan II Honors/English) Angela Giordani (Arabic Language and Literature) James Hammond (Psychology) Joseph Kolker (Plan II Honors/History) Nicole Kreisberg (Latin American Studies) John Meyer (English/Government) […]