Jobs & Scholarships

Undergraduate Research Assistants Wanted

Undergraduate research assistants wanted for several studies of LGBTQ health and wellbeing. All ranges of experience welcome – no prior research experience required. More information about the lab can be found at the SOGI: Health & Rights lab webpage.
Apply here.

Program Coordinator (Bachelor’s or Graduate Degrees required)

Full-time position coordinating multiple research projects; Coordinator will provide research and administrative support for Dr. Russell and the SOGI: Health and Rights lab.
Click here for more information about the lab, and for a link to the position description and application.


We are actively recruiting student members for the Student Conduct Board for the 2015-2016 academic year.
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The Student Conduct Board offers the opportunity for students to be actively involved in promoting academic integrity and the student Honor Code on our campus. Students will share with faculty the responsibility of changing our culture to one where academic integrity is not merely an aspiration but an embedded reality of what it means to be a Longhorn. Since Fall 2013, students charged with academic violations have the option of having their cases heard by the Student Conduct Board, a panel of students, faculty and staff who are responsible for making decisions on academic related judicial cases.

Students with a strong commitment to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity on our campus are encouraged to get involved. This prestigious opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students and the application deadline is September 10, 2015.  Successful candidates will be appointed by President Fenves to the Student Conduct Board.

Please forward to any listservs and students who would be excellent candidates for this prestigious board. Thank you in advance for your assistance in promoting this opportunity.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Judicial Services at sjs@austin.utexas.edu or 512-471-2841.