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CURRENT CNS STUDENTS

UPDATE - July 20, 2017:  All scholarship and waiver applicants have now been notified of their final award status.  Please be sure to check your email.

The 2017-2018 College of Natural Sciences scholarship application for currently enrolled CNS students has passed.  We are no longer accepting applications.  Current CNS students who submitted a scholarship application can expect to hear about their CNS scholarship status in July via email.  All students will be notifed of their final award status.  Please be sure to keep your email address up-to-date.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Adrianne Chacon-Posey at scholarships@cns.utexas.edu.

 


 
PREVIOUS POLYMATHS:

DAVID BYRNE

JAKE SCHMIDT

FRED DI GIACOMO

PO-SHEN LOH

OLIVER SACKS

MARK RONSON

THOMAS HEATHWICK

TERRY TEACHOUT

TA-NEHISI COATES

The PS Student Leadership Panel organizes a variety of social, academic, and service events on and off campus. Events include weekend camping trips, Friday lunches with faculty guest speakers, and the annual Texas Chautauqua, a panel discussion on a subject of topical interest open to the university community. We also connect our Polymaths with a wide range of opportunities including research, community service, and more.

Research Experiences on Campus

  • Freshman Research Initiative The FRI is an acclaimed three-semester sequence that begins with the Research Methods course and then places students into a spring semester research laboratory where they learn important research techniques. First-year internships and additional independent inquiry in the fall semester of the sophomore year complete the FRI experience. Students may then have the opportunity to become mentors for incoming FRI students and to continue their research.
  • CNS Undergraduate Research Forum Held on a Friday afternoon in April, this poster session displays the work of over 200 students engaged in undergraduate research. Scientists from academia, national labs, and industry show up to judge the posters and award substantial cash prizes for the best work in each discipline.
  • CNS Honors Thesis Symposium Held annually in April, graduating honors students from all three college honors programs present their research in panel sessions. Student panels run concurrently, and each panel is moderated by a UT-Austin faculty member.