Educational opportunities in the College of Arts and Sciences cultivate curiosity in our students and engage them in the global society.
Author: College of Arts & Sciences
Karen Lloyd studies highly diverse microbial systems to understand what life is like on earth.
Andrew Steiner works on the cutting edge of answering fundamental questions about the universe.
A new service-learning course in Costa Rica gives students an opportunity to engage in research and outreach with a global perspective.
Students in the Normandy Scholars Program analyze the complexities of World War II and retrace the path of the D-Day invasion.
Students from countries all around the world come to UT to research and address critical issues facing the international community.
A new program helps prepare graduate students to live and work in an increasingly diverse world.
An alumna’s journey on the path of the liberal arts.
Jim and Judi Herbert’s gift to the Writing Center will impact students across the university.
New experimental techniques and increased computing power allow scientists to study systems biology at the molecular level.