A Road Well Traveled
Longhorn donors opened many doors for McCombs School of Business student Lucious McDaniel IV.
Technology and Transformation
Microsoft and UT Austin partner to provide technological solutions across Texas.
To Boldly Go
Aerospace engineering student Mihir Kamble found his passion at UT’s Cockrell School of Engineering.
Impact – A Family Tradition
A Forty Acres Scholarship has helped med student Brian Chavez increase his impact.
UT Austin and the W. M. Keck Foundation are on the cutting edge of scientific research.
Ready to Succeed
Scholarships to the Steve Hicks School of Social Work gave Grace Farley opportunities to excel.
The Coolest Classroom
A study abroad program in Alaska helped a UT School of Nursing student learn new skills.
Catching Up with President Hartzell
UT Austin President Jay Hartzell on the important role philanthropy plays in the future of Longhorn Nation.
Room to Explore
The Welch Foundation backs life-changing discoveries on the Forty Acres.
Morgan Grosch, BBA, B.A. ’21, plans to change the world by fighting income inequality.
Jalesha Bass, B.S. ’21, is eager to give back by helping others realize their worth and potential.
Entrepreneur Arjun Menta, B.S.A., BBA ’21, credits his scholarships for giving him the confidence to take risks.
For Dell Technologies — a longstanding UT partner — social and computing progress go hand in hand.
Passion Over Paycheck
COVID-19 pandemic helps Tucker Pope, M.D. ’21, find his passion for internal medicine.
After receiving scholarship support at UT, Mia Stanley, B.A. ’21, now works to ensure other students have the same opportunities.
Dare to Dream
Ava Karimi, M.D., MBA ’20, member of inaugural Dell Med class, inspired by donor support.
Opening Doors to Education
Brandon Okeke, B.S. ‘20, shares how ULN helped him make a lasting impact on the Forty Acres.
Dell Scholar David Chen, B.S. ’20, sees his scholarship as first wave of positive change.
Lights, Camera, Thank You
Laura Laughead, B.J ’20, shares the true value of a Longhorn education.
Ready to Serve
Samuel Arciniega, B.A. ’20, shares his gratitude for help during pandemic, hopes to pay it forward.
Luca Tomescu, B.S. ’20, turns UT opportunities into enterprise.
Ready to Lead
The inaugural Dell Medical School class reflects on milestones and serving the community during a pandemic.
Texas Loves a Challenge
Alumni leverage gift match for students.