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From the College of Natural Sciences

Former Associate Dean Sacha Kopp's weekly posts for students.

Congratulations, the School Year is Over

Make a difference out in the world. Dear students, At the CNS commencement ceremony, alumnus Dan Graham (Computer Science, '03) spoke to the class and recalled a well-known quotation from author and playwright George Bernard Shaw: "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to hims...

A Community of Learners

Dear students, Standing in between us all and the summer break is the study period and final exam period which starts tomorrow. To be honest, this was always one of my favorite periods in college. It always seemed like a quiet period when I finally had a chance to go back, re-think the material, bug my TA about things I never understood well, and ...

Summer is Almost Here

And it's going to be a great one

Excellence‏

Exciting events still abound for the reminder of the semester

Mentorship

Apply to get paid to help you peers

News for the Week‏

All the news that's fit to print. 

Introducing CNS101 for all incoming students in CNS : Paid CNS Mentorships

Also, don't miss your chance to see some big names speak on campus. 

What Brings Us Together‏

What difference will you make? 

Explore UT and Explore Your Wonder‏

Plus bad science jokes

A Conversation About Diversity and Student Success‏

Have your voice heard on Wednesday at our Town Hall

Learning by Doing‏

Don't forget to be a part of our Undergraduate Research Forum!

Announcing the CNS Think Big Competition‏

Do you have what it takes? 

Remember Freshman Year? We Want to Talk to You!

Be sure to attend the CNS Town Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 5. 

What Will Your Life Look Like?

Opportunities abound for you to be as successful as our great faculty. 

We Are All Very Fortunate

What do you appreciate about UT Austin the College of Natural Sciences?