Recognizes thirteen students for their service to programs or departments within the Office of the Dean of Students, and for positive contributions they have made to our campus community. The Dean's Dozen Award celebrates graduating seniors, master’s or doctoral students who are committed to and involved in enhancing the quality of The University of Texas at Austin student experience.
The 2013 Dean's Dozen recipients are:
Coordinated by the University of Texas Leadership and Ethics Institute to recognize outstanding student organizations. Awards are presented in nine primary categories: Academic/Departmental, Cultural, Political/Activist, Professional, Recreational, Artistic, Service, Social, and Spirit. In addition, there are three Special Categories: Best New, Most Improved and Greenest.
The 2013 Swing Out Awards recipients are:
An annual event held to highlight and honor student leadership and the more than 1,000 student organizations represented on The University of Texas at Austin campus. Each year, recipients of various awards and scholarships coordinated by the Office of the Dean of Students are announced and celebrated at the Evening of the Stars event for the achievements and contributions they have made to UT Austin and the Austin community. Student organizations at UT Austin and the students involved in these organizations enrich the lives of others by fostering a sense of community, a volunteer spirit and an activist approach.
Created to highlight the missions and activities of student organizations that exemplify the Core Values of The University of Texas at Austin. Student organizations demonstrate the importance of co-curricular involvement and provide opportunities for all students to extend their learning beyond the classroom. Through the Pillars of the Forty Acres, the Office of the Dean of Students recognizes student organizations whose activities embody the Core Values of Learning, Discovery, Freedom, Leadership, Individual Opportunity and Responsibility.
The 2013 Pillars of the Forty Acres recipients are:
Awarded in memory of Glenn W. Maloney, who served students at The University of Texas at Austin for 19 years, the last seven as Associate Dean of Students. The Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship was established to memorialize Glenn's countless contributions to UT Austin by recognizing excellence in student leadership. Through this scholarship, Glenn's enduring legacy will be to continue helping the students whose lives he enriched.
The 2013 Maloney Scholarship winners are:
As assistant dean of New Student Services for many years, until her untimely passing from cancer in 1996, Maralyn Heimlich touched the lives of thousands of students at UT Austin. This scholarship is given in her memory and recognizes orientation advisors who best exemplify Maralyn's dedication and service to the new student orientation program, as well as her generosity of spirit and passion for student life.
The 2013 Maralyn S. Heimlich Scholarship winners are:
Through the Tejas Club, members live a more complete life by sharing their personalities, abilities, and commitment to good fellowship and a high standard of conduct in order to encourage loyalty and usefulness to our school and further good scholarship. This scholarship recognizes members whose service to UT Austin, the Tejas Club and the Austin community best demonstrates the application of these ideals.
The 2013 Tejas Club Scholarship winners are:
These awards honor sorority and fraternity members who work diligently to improve the community and for their unselfish contributions to their chapters and councils.
The 2013 Hyperion Award recipients are:
Each year, Sorority and Fraternity Life and Order of Omega recognize outstanding organizations and members of the sorority and fraternity community.
The 2013 Sorority and Fraternity Awards recipients are:
2013 Organization Recipients
2013 Individual Recipients
Sponsored by Student Judicial Services in the Office of the Dean of Students and the Division of Housing and Food Service, the Case Study on Ethical Leadership Competition challenges and empowers teams of resident assistants to consider the underlying ethical dimensions of their decisions when working with students in the residential setting. The competition tests a resident assistant’s creativity, strength of character and service to the housing community.
The 2013 SJS/DHFS Case Study on Ethical Leadership Award recipients are: