From the President Making a difference now and in the future Photo by Marsha Miller Philanthropy is more important than ever for The University of Texas at Austin to fulfill its mission. The impact of giving is apparent across campus, in scholarships that allow students to experience an education on the Forty Acres, professorships that […]
Some people play golf in their spare time. Some enjoy shopping. When Roice Nelson has a few minutes to spare, he opens a textbook and dives deeper into advanced mathematics.
For almost a decade, Dayton Williams searched in vain for a way to honor her son’s memory. Then she got an idea.
Duke DeGrassi and Gayla Lewis support at-risk Longhorns.
For as long as public universities have existed, one of their chief benefits to society has been the power to break generational cycles of poverty and enable upward social mobility.
Communication triple-threat Betty Taylor Cox is giving back to the Moody College.
While classrooms, libraries, and laboratories make up the formal nexus of a college education, it is the extras that form the larger part of our experience and memory—the fraternities and sororities, the intramural teams, and, in Rick Church’s case, the Longhorn Band.
Microsoft’s Bob O’Rear, formative figure of the PC age who guided astronauts home, is helping his alma mater create new stars.