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A Big Week This Week

Dear CNS Students,When a lot is going on, sometimes it's helpful to have a quick snapshot that rounds up everything happening. We hope this weekly newsletter serves that purpose, including at those peak-of-busyness times like right now. So here are some reminders in handy bullet-point form:

  • The CNS Annual Student Survey helps college staff and leaders know more about how you are doing in Natural Sciences and ways the college can help. If you haven't yet, please take a few minutes to take the survey before it closes tomorrow (Thursday).
  • The Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative is underway today and tomorrow: All students are invited to drop in on this event hosted exclusively this year at UT. Click on the link to join sessions with Nobel Laureates live from 10-11:30 a.m. today, at 1:30 and 3 p.m. today, and from 2-2:45 Thursday.
  • Registration kicked off this week for the summer and fall semesters.
  • Graduating seniors, keep an eye out for a text about steps to take if you plan to participate (virtually or in person) in CNS commencement events.

You can find more announcements, opportunities and events, as always, below.


Anneke Chy 

Assistant Dean for Advising and Student Support


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