Business & Public Policy Certificate Info Sessions!

BPP applications for Fall 2019 are now open! Please share the word.

We will be holding three information sessions on the following dates:

· Thursday, February 7th
· Thursday, February 21st
· Thursday, March 7th

All sessions will be from 3:00-4:00 pm in CBA 5.204. Want more information? Click here.

General Overview of the Program

· Provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to have an officially recognized concentration in the study of business and public policy.

· 18 hour certificate program – Usually requires at least two long semesters to complete

-Open to all undergraduate students from any major at UT Austin
-Must be a degree-seeking student with upper-division standing
-Completed at least 24 hours in-residence prior to applying

· Admission to the program is based on a student’s overall academic record.

· Students have up to one year following graduation to complete the requirements and receive transcript certification.

If you have any further questions please email us at BPPCertificate@mccombs.utexas.edu.

Please forward this information to any advisors or students who may be interested!

Thank you,

TINISHA BONABY, Interface Manager
The University of Texas at Austin | McCombs School of Business, Department of Business, Government & Society | 512-232-6754 | www.mccombs.utexas.edu

Internal Transfer Application now live for School of Architecture

The School of Architecture’s Internal Transfer Application is now live at https://internaltransfers.soa.utexas.edu. It will be open today through March 1, 2019.

Students may also access the application from our Internal Transfer Admissions page.

Thank you,
Katrina Kosted

Students, please include your UT EID in all correspondence.
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KATRINA KOSTED, M.Ed. | Undergraduate Academic Advising Coordinator
The University of Texas at Austin | School of Architecture, Undergraduate Programs | SUT 2.126A | 512.471.0109

Entrepreneurship Minor Information Sessions and Application Deadline

Please find below dates/times of information sessions for the Entrepreneurship Minor. The Spring application will be open from February 13 to March 13. Students will be notified by March 29th if they have been admitted to begin the minor curriculum for the Fall 2019 semester. All the information sessions, application deadlines, and information about course options can be found here.

Entrepreneurship Minor Information Sessions
· February 6, 2019; 4-5pm; CBA 3.202
· February 13, 2019; 5-6pm; CBA 3.202
· February 20, 2019; 9-10am; CBA 3.202
· February 25, 2019; 12-1; CBA 3.202
· March 6, 2019; 4-5pm; CBA 3.202
· March 13, 2019; 5-6pm; CBA 3.202

Students can go here to RSVP. Note: RSVP is not required, but is helpful.

Additionally, please feel free to refer students to the Herb Kelleher Center website to learn more about the startup resources available to all students on campus. Our center offers a variety of resources, including networking and speaker events as well as appointments with Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EIRs). All of our spring events and more information about scheduling appointments with our EIRs can be found here.

GEO Internal Transfer App Opens 2/1

The Jackson School of Geosciences Internal Transfer application for the GEO major opens February 1, 2019.

Access to the online app as well as details re: eligibility requirements is available online at: http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/education/undergraduate/internal-transfers/

Applications are accepted through midnight on April 15, 2019.

We will be hosting information sessions this spring and an updated schedule will be posted shortly on the site listed above.
As in the past, students interested in meeting with a JSG-GEO advisor must attend an information session first.

2019 call for applications: Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program

2019 Call for Applications
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship
Every man and woman is born into the world to do something unique and something distinctive, and if he or she does not do it, it will never be done. ~Dr. Benjamin E. Mays

If you aspire to conduct independent research, to pursue doctoral study, and to contribute to diversity at institutions of higher learning, you are encouraged to apply to the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program.

The MMUF Program is a doctoral preparatory program that offers a concrete mentoring plan and financial support to rising sophomore and junior students who will pursue academic research in Mellon-approved fields. The fundamental objective of MMUF is to increase diversity amongst faculty in U.S. universities and colleges, as well demonstrate a commitment to eradicating social, educational, and economic disparities.

Attend an Information Session with the Faculty Director, Dr. Toribio in BEN 3.150—
• Monday, January 28 @ 12:00 and @1:00
• Thursday, January 31 @ 10:00 and @ 11:00
• Monday, February 4 @ 12:00 and @1:00
• Thursday, February 7 @ 10:00 and @ 11:00
—or contact Dr. Toribio: toribio@austin.utexas.edu

Information on the program, current and past UT fellows, and application requirements is also available at UT MMUF.

Application deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019.

Applications for the Glenn Maloney Scholarship Now Open

Hello,

The Office of the Dean of Students invites you to apply for the Glenn Maloney Scholarship!

The Glenn Maloney Scholarship is given in memory of Glenn W. Maloney. Glenn served The University of Texas at Austin for 19 years, the last seven as the Associate of Dean of Students. The scholarship was established to remember Glenn’s countless contributions to the university and to recognize the students he loved.

Students who exemplify Glenn’s character and positive impact on students are encouraged to apply. Applications are open and available on Hornslink through Tuesday, February 12, 2019. For more information about the process and eligibility we encourage you to visit our website.

Best,

Ben Alexander, Student Development Specialist I
The University of Texas at Austin | Office of the Dean of Students | Leadership & Ethics Institute | 512-232-5163 | deanofstudents.utexas.edu/lei

Texas Exes Scholarship Application Now Open!

The Texas Exes application for Current UT Students and Transfer student scholarships is now open. Our application has opportunities available for current UT undergrads, grad students, or incoming Fall 2019 transfer students. Students must be planning to enroll full-time for the 2019-2020 school year.

The deadline will be March 1, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST. Students can apply by going to texasexes.academicworks.com and click “sign up” or “sign in” in the upper right hand corner!

Many questions can be answered here but if you have additional questions, please let me know!

Best,
Brittany Rumble
Scholarship Coordinator
brittany.rumble@texasexes.org
(512) 840-5646

College of Education Internal Transfer Spring 2019

Internal Transfer Sessions Spring 2019

 Applied Learning and Development (ALD)

A 2.0 overall UT GPA is required for internal transfer students who want to pursue a major in Applied Learning and Development.  Transfer forms are processed after grades are verified at the end of each semester.  Students are required to attend one of the Internal Transfer Information Sessions before they can meet with an Academic Advisor.  Students with additional questions may call the Academic Advising office at (512) 471-3223.

A Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning and Development (ALD) leads to elementary teacher certification, or preparation to work with children and youth in a variety of settings such as the YMCA, parks and recreation departments, day-care centers, after-school programs, government agencies, and non-profit organizations related to childcare or youth development.

 Major Options:

All-Level Generic Special Education

Early Childhood to Sixth Grade Bilingual Generalist

Early Childhood to Sixth Grade ESL Generalist

Youth and Community Studies

 

University of Texas Urban Teachers Program

Undergraduate Secondary Social Studies and English Teacher Certification

University of Texas Urban Teachers prepares English Language Arts and Social Studies educators to build upon the cultural and linguistic diversity of their future students, and to work for a better, more just social world. 
Our students become excellent teachers for young people in any context, but we pay special attention to youth who represent the American majority – those from low-income, racially and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Sessions for Prospective Majors in ALD and UT Urban Teachers Program

  • Thursday, January 24 4:00 pm        SZB 432
  • Monday, January 28 12:00 pm SZB 240
  • Monday, February 11   4:00  pm        SZB 284
  • Wednesday, February 27 12:00 pm SZB 240
  • Tuesday, March 5 12:00 pm SZB 268
  • Tuesday, April 9 12:00 pm SZB 268
  • Monday, April 22 4:00 pm        SZB 284
  • Thursday, May 2 12:00 pm SZB 278
  • Tuesday, May 7 12:00 pm        SZB 268
  • Wednesday, May 8 4:00 pm        SZB 278

 

Athletic Training Program (ATP) and Kinesiology & Health Education (KHE)

The requirements for the majors will be discussed during the internal transfer session.  Transfer forms are processed after grades are verified at the end of each semester.  Students are required to attend one of the Internal Transfer Information Sessions before they can meet with an Academic Advisor.  Students with additional questions may call the Academic Advising office at (512) 471-3223.

A Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training can lead to a career as an athletic trainer for various sports teams, or a career in sports medicine.

 Major Option:

Athletic Training

A Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and Health will prepare students for careers in exercise and sport science, corporate fitness, community health promotion, and sport business or entertainment.

Major Options:

Applied Movement Science

Exercise Science

Health Promotion and Behavioral Science

Physical Culture and Sports

Sport Management

Sessions for Prospective Majors in Athletic Training and KHE

  • Thursday, January 24 4:00 pm        SZB 411
  • Monday, January 28 12:00 pm SZB 284
  • Monday, February 11   4:00  pm        SZB 422
  • Wednesday, February 27 12:00 pm SZB 278
  • Tuesday, March 5 12:00 pm SZB 411
  • Tuesday, April 9 12:00 pm SZB 411
  • Monday, April 22 4:00 pm        SZB 422
  • Thursday, May 2 12:00 pm SZB 526
  • Tuesday, May 7 12:00 pm        SZB 411
  • Wednesday, May 8 4:00 pm        SZB 296

 

For more information call 512-471-3223 or visit: https://education.utexas.edu