UTLA Program Information Session

Zoom Zoom

Join the UTLA team for an information session about UTLA! Forge real-time connections, gain first-hand experience and immerse yourself in the world of entertainment at the Wofford Denius UTLA Center for Entertainment & Media Studies. The semester-long UTLA program is your chance to live, work, and learn in Los Angeles. Open to all students, regardless of major, UTLA gives UT ...

Teaching Exchange

CMA 5.136

CATE is sponsoring a speaker series in the spring semester on current teaching topics. The sessions involve a 30-minute informal presentation followed by a 30-minute open discussion period. In our second event, Robert Quigley will talk about Keeping Teaching Fun. We will meet on February 17 at CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson Conference Room) from 12PM to 1PM. This is Brown Bag format, so participants may bring ...

Information Sessions for Communicating for Development & Philanthropy Minor

DMC 1.206

Discover how to turn your passion for public service, community engagement and advocacy into career in the non-profit sector with the Communicating for Development & Philanthropy minor. Explore the minor courses, capstone and internship requirement aimed to develop skills in running ethical fundraising campaigns, crafting compelling messages, and building community based solutions. Join Moody faculty and staff for one of ...

UTLA Application Walk Through

Zoom Zoom

Do you want to apply to UTLA but need a little bit of help? Join us online as UTLA staff walk you through the application and answer your questions about the application process. RSVP to receive the Zoom link

Information Sessions for Communicating for Development & Philanthropy Minor

DMC 1.206

Discover how to turn your passion for public service, community engagement and advocacy into career in the non-profit sector with the Communicating for Development & Philanthropy minor. Explore the minor courses, capstone and internship requirement aimed to develop skills in running ethical fundraising campaigns, crafting compelling messages, and building community based solutions. Join Moody faculty and staff for one of ...

UTNY Info Session (Zoom)

Zoom Zoom

Come learn about UT in New York (UTNY), a UT Austin program to study, live and work in New York City. Jumpstart your career with an internship in this global epicenter, take in-residence UT classes with other UT Austin students, and explore the creative energy of the city that never sleeps. This information session - with special guest presenters from ...

Promoting Well-being in Learning Environments

Zoom Zoom

CATE is hosting a virtual session on promoting student well-being in learning environments. Thea Woodruff, UT’s well-being coordinator, will be the presenter. During this session, participants will learn about the Longhorn Wellness Center’s Well-being in Learning Environments program. This initiative was begun by UT’s Counseling and Mental Health Center to collaborate with faculty and staff across the university to support student ...

Social Impact Build Festival

DMC 4.204

Are you passionate about social justice, emerging technology, and experience design? If you answered yes to any of these questions, sign up for Texas Immersive’s Build Fest! Over the course of a weekend-long Build Fest, students and adult mentors will collaborate to create unique, sensitive, and truly impactful digital experiences that address a wide variety of social issues. The best ...

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