Category Archives: Student Spotlight
ADMBA Program Provides Student with New Opportunities
Christa Williams, who received an MBA in December 2022 from the ADMBA program, took a nontraditional, but successful path in her program.
Ten Graduate Students Awarded Global Catalyst Grants
The Center for Global Engagement has announced the awardees of the 2022-23 Global Catalyst Programming and Student International Travel Grants.
Fall 2022 Student Faculty Research Awards
The Student Faculty Research Awards are used to advance the scholarship of graduate students and faculty working in partnership. Read some of the proposal summaries of the student/faculty pairs who were selected to receive the awards last fall.
Want to Take Over Our Instagram?
We want to share more stories of our graduate students, so we’re opening up a request process to host an Instagram Takeover on our account!
Graduate Hooding Ceremony Featured Speaker Ashley Reeves
Our featured speaker, Ashley Reeves, comes to us from the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Comparative and Experimental Medicine (CEM) program.
Master’s Student Found New Direction in Nuclear Engineering
Though he graduated from UT in spring 2022 in biomedical engineering, Caleb Noe is currently in his first semester as a master’s student in nuclear engineering.
Grad Student Athlete Researches Sports Injuries
Ashley Rogers, a graduate student in biomechanics, is combining her passion for softball with her research goals to improve the sport for future players.
Executive MBA Project Helps Employers and Veterans
Veterans Michael Chan and Andrew Roberts teamed up for a joint MBA project, ultimately forming a nonprofit, Veterans to Volunteers, to tackle the problem of veteran attrition in civilian jobs.
PhD Student to Study Abroad with Boren Fellowship
Jack Schwartz, a second-year political science PhD candidate, will pursue Arabic in Amman, Jordan, with support from a Boren Fellowship.
Social Work Student Finds Purpose Serving Immigrants
As Jonah Freed receives his master’s degree this week, he may reflect on all the places that fostered his interest in mental health and helping immigrants—from Ghana to Peru to the UT College of Social Work.