4/28/2010University Extension partners with the university’s International Office to offer courses that help students from Saudi Arabia adapt to life and study in the United States. The SABIC program helps these students become acclimated to American educational and societal customs.
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4/18/2010Colleen Wells is a highly-motivated, advanced student enrolled in UT’s Online High School. Her motivation comes from a great eagerness to learn, to achieve good grades, and to excel in school so that “all of my higher education options are open to me.”
4/1/2010Forty outstanding high school migrant students from across Texas were recognized on March 29 at the 23rd annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin. Our video cameras were on hand to capture the event.
3/31/2010Jamie Sauer returned to college to complete her degree after giving birth to her newborn daughter. She took both online and evening classes with University Extension to accomplish her degree path and stay flexible to the needs of her family.
3/29/2010Rogelio Ortiz and Sofia Velazquez were named Students of the Year by CIE's Migrant Student Program. Ortiz and Velazquez were selected from among 40 migrant high school students honored for their exemplary achievements.
3/25/2010CIE's Migrant Student Program provides distance learning opportunities to help migrant students maintain their studies while traveling. Preview next week's Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony by meeting three of the 40 students to be honored at the March 29th event.
3/11/2010The Migrant Student Program provides distance learning courses to high school students traveling with their families to harvest crops. Alexis Fernandez was the program's exemplary student of 2006. Today, he is studying Mechanical Engineering at UT.
3/7/2010In observance of International Women's Day, CIE shines a light on one of its own students: Dinara Jumadilova of University Extension (UEX). Dinara is currently in grad school studying health care administration. She plans on using her degree upon graduation in her native country of Kazakhstan.
3/1/2010Since its inception in 1910, CIE has opened the doors of The University of Texas at Austin to anyone with a desire to learn. Our students, faculty and staff have filled the last 100 years with stories of great determination, personal sacrifice, joyful accomplishment, and rich discovery.