The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ) is a work of multi-disciplinary research produced and edited by University of Texas at Austin undergraduate students. The Journal is published every spring semester, circulated across campus, and housed in the Library of Congress. Moreover, the URJ organizes various events throughout the academic year to promote student engagement with research on campus.
Applications for the 2023 – 2024 academic year are now open. All submissions will be due Monday, January 8th, 2024 by 11:59pm promptly. For more information about Volume 23 Submissions, please click here!
Support Texas Prisons by donating books from now to the end of the semester. Drop your books in the box by the front desk in the LAH office!
The Longhorn Center for Academic Equity is hosting events this fall as part of its Strive Grad Prep Academy. Events are open to any and all undergraduates making plans for postgraduate studies, including law school, medical school, and graduate school.
For event details, resources, and service details, click here!
IDH Research Apprenticeships are mixed level, undergraduate and graduate, research experiences that include opportunities to work on faculty and staff-led digital humanities projects at UT for credit and a small stipend ($250 for each undergraduate student and $500 for each graduate student). Faculty and staff sponsors can support one undergraduate student and one graduate student.
The Spring 2024 topic will be “Digital Humanities and Social Justice Archives.”
For more program information, topic details, and to apply, click here!
The UT Libraries is thrilled to announce the 2nd Annual Black Queer Studies Collection Student Awards!
This annual prize celebrates UT’s Black Queer Studies Collection and recognizes our students’ scholarship and creativity inspired by it.
Interested in applying? Submissions are due Monday, February 5th, 2024. Click here!
The Digital Scholarship Office at LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections, The University of Texas at Austin, cordially invites you to the fall installment of the Digital Scholarship in the Americas Speaker Series: Cantos Cautivos!
This event is free and open to the public online. To learn more about this event, click here. To RSVP for this event, click here.
Interested in pursuing a Master of Arts in Economics at UT? The MA Economics program will be hosting an information session on November 9th, 2023.
You may RSVP for this upcoming information session by contacting email@example.com for the Zoom link!
Every year, Texas Global awards The First Abroad Scholarship to twenty-five eligible first-year students. Each student receives $3,000 to apply towards any credit-bearing or experiential learning opportunity abroad during the standard fours year of their undergraduate studies at UT Austin, starting in Fall 2024.
The deadline to apply for the First Abroad Scholarship this year is December 1, 2023. For more information on eligibility and application requirements, click here!
The Sanger Learning Center is hiring student educators for Spring 2024!
We are among the largest student employers on campus and pay some of the highest student wages. Working at Sanger provides valuable work experience on a flexible schedule while helping other students achieve their goals. Skills developed and implemented by student educators at Sanger include peer-to-peer content tutoring and study group facilitation.
Interested? Students are encouraged to attend one of our SLC Job Fairs:
- October 17th | 3:30pm-5pm (drop-in anytime) | JES A309 (third floor of Jester Center)
- October 26th | 10:30am-12pm (drop-in anytime) | JES A309 (third floor of Jester Center)
For more information on job opportunities and deadlines, click here!
Liberal Arts Career Services is looking for an energetic, well-organized, and very friendly marketing intern to join our team. Previous experience working with social media, marketing, and graphic design is a plus. Will also be required to cover front desk as needed.
The intern will work up to 15 hours a week during business hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Availability for Mondays is important for the fall semester.
For more information on qualifications, job duties, and the application process, please click here!