Category: Research

Spring 2021 Sociology Honors Applications

Early Acceptance Application Deadline: October 30th, 2020Final Deadline: January 8th, 2021 Read the full details, review the application & requirements, and submit your application on the Sociology Honors webpage. Sociology Honors is a double-semester program during which you’ll conduct independent research and

University Lecture Series: COVID-19 Research that Changes the World

Shared on behalf of the Undergraduate Studies Office. Presenters: Lauren Ancel Meyers, Ph.D. & Jason McLellan, Ph.D.Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 8-9 p.m.Sign up Modeling to Mitigate the COVID-19 Pandemic: Dr. Lauren Ancel Meyers will discuss how the University of Texas

Sociology Colloquium: Birth Control Battles: How Race and Class Divided American Religion

This week’s Sociology Colloquium is about “Birth Control Battles: How Race and Class Divided American Religion”  with guest Dr. Melissa Wilde from the University of Pennsylvania. Thursday, October 1, 202012:00 – 1:00 pm (Central) This Zoom webinar event is open to

Sociology Colloquium: Latest in Sociology Research

Please join us for the second Sociology Colloquium session at noon this Thursday, Sept. 24, for “The Latest in Sociology Research: A Pecha Kucha Session with Department Faculty.” Zoom Link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/94077702513?pwd=dHF4ZVNPdWxoNytybmpPRXI5ZHFKZz09 Meeting ID: 940 7770 2513Passcode: 134908(Note: only UT Austin users will be admitted.) Pecha

Undergrad Research Position

Shared on behalf of Mallory Laurel and Luis Guevara with the Latino Research Institute. We are seeking an Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA) for the COVID-19 Research Consortium. The URA will assist with conducting literature reviews, preparing policy briefs and manuscripts,

Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarships

The Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarships honor Audre and Bernard Rapoport and Robert D. King, former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. Audre and Bernard Rapoport of Waco, Texas have provided an endowment that enables the College of Liberal Arts to provide scholarship and

Grad Research Fellowship Info Session

Shared on behalf of the National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program. The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes

Research Opportunity

Professor Alan Covey in Anthropology has reached out about finding an undergraduate student interested in the URAP program. He said “ a goal of mine is to train students who come from a different background than mine, and my Eureka projects