Liz Carpenter Lectureship featuring Samantha Power

Please share with your students and departments – although a ticket is required the Liz Carpenter Lectureship is free and open to everyone!

The 2019 Liz Carpenter Lectureship featuring former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power

Tuesday, October 1st
7 pm, Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium (doors open 6:30 pm)
Free & open to the public

TICKETS REQUIRED, please visit our Eventbrite page to register
Ticket release begins 9/17/19 at 8 a.m.

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power is a leading voice internationally for principled American engagement in the world. One of TIME’s “100 Most Influential People,” she is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, war correspondent, and the Anna Lindh Professor of Practice at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School. Her upcoming book, The Education of an Idealist, will chronicle her years in public service and reflect on the role of human rights and humanitarian ideals in contemporary geopolitics. The first 100 ticketed guests to arrive will receive a free copy of her book.

Full event details and tickets at https://2019lizcarpenterlecture.eventbrite.com

Engineering Internal Transfer Sessions

Below is the schedule of this semester’s Engineering Internal Transfer Info Sessions. While an Engineering Student Services (ESS) advisor will meet with a non-engineering student at any time to discuss the process, they will need to attend an info session prior to being able to schedule an appointment.

All info sessions will be held in EER 3.646

Wednesday, October 16th – 4pm
Thursday, November 7th – 2pm
Wednesday, December 4th – 10am

All of our info session dates, as well as additional information about the internal transfer process, and located on the Engineering Students website.

If you have any questions regarding the internal transfer process to Engineering, please don’t hesitate to ask!

Thanks!

Mckinlaye

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Mckinlaye Harkavy, M.Ed. | Senior Academic Advisor | Engineering Student Services
The University of Texas at Austin | Cockrell School of Engineering | 512-471-4321 | engr.utexas.edu

Bridging Disciplines Programs – Fall 2019 Application Deadline

Greetings from the Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDPs)! The next BDP application deadline will be Wednesday, October 9th at 8:00am. If you have students who are interested in applying to a BDP, please share this date with them. Interested students can attend a BDP information session and can find information about the BDP application on the BDP website. For students who are not quite ready to apply now, please know that our next application deadline will be in early March.

If you are not familiar with the BDPs, our programs offer undergraduates at UT the opportunity to pursue an interdisciplinary certificate. Our certificates complement students’ majors and integrate coursework with experiential learning. Students choose from one of 14 different interdisciplinary themes, such as:
Conflict Resolution & Peace Studies
Design Strategies
Innovation, Creativity & Entrepreneurship
Public Policy
Social Inequality, Health & Policy

You can view a list of all BDP topics, as well as more information about our programs, on our website. We’ve also put together a Box folder where you can access and download a general BDP handout, as well as handouts that group BDPs based on general interest areas. Please note that, as of this fall, we are no longer accepting applications to the Ethics & Leadership in Technology & the Media BDP.

Best,
Larissa


Larissa Noake | Assistant Director
Bridging Disciplines Programs | School of Undergraduate Studies
The University of Texas at Austin

UTSOA Internal Transfer Sessions

The School of Architecture will be offering six internal transfer info sessions this semester. Attending one session is mandatory for internal transfer consideration into Architecture or Interior Design.

https://soa.utexas.edu/apply/undergraduate-admissions/internal-transfer/internal-transfer-faq

Wednesday, October 2 at 3:00pm
Tuesday, October 8 at 3:00pm
Thursday, October 17 at 1:00pm

We will host a couple of sessions in February and will send out those dates around the start of the spring semester.
Please share with any interested students.

Thank you,
Jasmin

JASMIN BLAS-MENDIETA, Undergraduate Admissions & Student Success Coordinator
The University of Texas at Austin | School of Architecture | 512.471.0108 | soa.utexas.edu

Sanger Learning Center Fall 2019 Services

For those of you who are new to campus, the Sanger Learning Center, which is located in the Beauford H. Jester Center (JES), has been a Longhorn tradition since 1949. More than 10,000 undergraduates use our free services every year to brush up on their skills, connect with their peers and excel in their classes.

Are you a student who is:

Looking for better time management skills or study strategies? Sign up for a Peer Academic Coach.
Wanting to get an edge in a specific class? You can schedule an appointment for tutoring in more than 70 traditionally difficult courses.
Preparing for an in-class presentation? Plan and practice your speech at the Public Speaking Center.
Searching for a study group where you can get ahead? Check to see if your course has Supplemental Instruction sessions.
Not sure where to start? You can meet 1-on-1 with a professional Learning Specialist to make a personalized plan.

Whatever resources you need to succeed, we’re happy to help provide them. Our whole team looks forward to supporting you Longhorns this year!

And, don’t forget to like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @UTSangerCenter

Hook ’em!

The Sanger Learning Center staff

Rachel Jenkins | Learning Specialist III, Public Speaking & Outreach | Sanger Learning Center | School of Undergraduate Studies | 512-475-8726 | ugs.utexas.edu/slc | Pronouns: she, her, hers| Follow @UTSangerCenter on Facebook – Twitter

College of Education Internal Transfer Sessions

APPLIED LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
INTERNAL TRANSFER SESSIONS
FALL 2019
education.utexas.edu

A bachelor of science in applied learning and development can prepare you for a variety of careers:

  • Teaching, from Pre-K – 6th grade, and secondary social studies and English
  • Special Education
  • Bilingual Education
  • Coaching
  • Policy
  • Educational Entrepreneurship

CONTACT US: Undergraduate Advising Office | coe_info@austin.utexas.edu | 512-471-3223 | Sánchez Building (SZB) 216

Internal transfer information sessions
Thursday, Oct. 10; 4 p.m.; SZB 518C
Tuesday, Nov. 12; 12 p.m.; SZB 439E
Thursday, Nov. 21; 4 p.m.; SZB 518C
Monday, Dec. 2; 12 p.m.; SZB 439E
Tuesday, Dec. 3; 12 p.m.; SZB 439E
Monday, Dec. 9; 4 p.m.; SZB 518C

KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH EDUCATION
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
INTERNAL TRANSFER SESSIONS
FALL 2019

A bachelor of science from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
can prepare you for a variety of careers and post-graduate studies:
• Physical Therapy • Health Promotion and Behavioral Science
• Sport Management • Physical Culture and Sports
• Corporate Fitness • Athletic Training • Medical School

Internal transfer information sessions

Thursday, Oct. 10; 4 p.m.; SZB 370
Tuesday, Nov. 12; 12 p.m.; SZB 323
Thursday, Nov. 21; 4 p.m.; SZB 370
Monday, Dec. 2; 12 p.m.; SZB 518C
Tuesday, Dec. 3; 12 p.m.; SZB 323
Monday, Dec. 9; 4 p.m.; SZB 370

CONTACT US: Undergraduate Advising Office | coe_info@austin.utexas.edu | 512-471-3223 | Sánchez Building (SZB) 216

 

 

Archer Fellowship Program Fall Info Sessions

Dear Longhorn:
The Archer Fellowship Program provides selected students from across the University of Texas System campuses the opportunity to live, learn and intern in Washington, D.C. We are looking for students with a passion for public policy and/or public service, but you don’t have to be a government or political communication major to apply! Are you a pre-med student interested in health policy? A business student interested in trade regulation? A liberal arts or social work student interested in criminal justice reform? Are you interested in how policy will impact your future profession?

If the answer is yes, the Archer Fellowship Program may be for you! Come learn about this unparalleled educational and professional opportunity by attending an information session. We welcome applications from students representing all majors and disciplines on campus. In fact, each year we select Archer Fellows from across campus who then pursue their professional and academic interests in Washington, D.C.

Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year will be due on Friday, February 15th, 2020.

Fall 2019 Information Sessions

Thursday, October 3
3-4 p.m.
FAC 328
RSVP

Thursday, October 17
5-6 p.m.
RLP 0.102
RSVP

Wednesday, October 30
2-3 p.m.
RLP 0.102
RSVP

Monday, November 4
5-6 p.m.
RLP 0.102
RSVP