The Directed Reading Program is the subject of a featured article on the College of Natural Science's front page.
The article is written by our very own Juan Lozano. We would like to thank CNS for their support of the program.
Tea and snacks will be served every Friday from 1:30 to 2:30 on the 8th floor of RLM. Please join us and get to know your fellow DRP students and mentors.
All participants are welcome, especially our undergraduate mentees. We have board games and Stroopwaffles.
Thank you all for participating in the Directed Reading Program this semester. We hope you learned a lot.
Before you go home for winter break, we would appreciate if everyone could fill out a short survey about your experience in the program. The responses are a big part of how we plan the next semester, so please give us all the feedback you can!
The DRP Project Symoposium is this Thursday, and we eagerly await seeing what you've been working on all semester!
Please be at your assigned room before the first talk starts (at either 6:30 or 6:45). We will all meet for dinner at 7:30 in BUR 108, then back to your assigned room, and then back to BUR 108 for dessert.
Click here for room assignments and the schedule.
DRP Tea for the Fall 2016 semester will be Fridays 12.30-1.30 in RLM 9.166. Join us each week for tea, stroopwaffles, & games!
Watch this space for Fall 2016 applications! The application will be live when classes start, August 24th.
That raps up another successful semester of DRP. Thanks for participating, everybody!
Please take a moment to fill out this survey (it's the same one you received in an email) and we hope to see you next semester!
The Schedule for this year's project symposium is available right here. The talks will begin at 6:15 pm on Thursday evening (April 28), in the UTC building; dinner will be served.
Don't forget that book reciepts should be emailed to email@example.com by 11:59 pm on April 28, that's the night of the symposium.
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
The DRP Talk Symposium for this semester will be April 28th, from 6 to 9 pm. Students, you must fill out the form below before April 20th! And mentors, remember that book reciepts must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 28, 11:59 pm. We look forward to seeing everyone's talks!
DRP Tea for the Spring 2016 semester will be Fridays 1.30-2.30 in RLM 8.136. Join us each week for tea, stroopwaffles, & games!
Past project titles and book suggestions can now be viewed here. Mentors, if you would like to contribute book suggestions, email drp at math.utexas.edu.
We will have dinner at 6:30 pm in BUR 108, go to assigned rooms for the talks, and then come back to BUR 108 at around 7:51 pm for desserts. Click here for room assignments and the schedule.
We are very excited to announce a weekly DRP tea, which will take place in RLM 9.166 at 1pm on Fridays. Fruit and/or cookies will be provided in addition to tea. On October 10th, we will host a lunch in place of tea.