What Starts Here
UT aerospace engineering student is breaking down barriers and making her dreams come true.
What starts here changes the world — and that starts with generous donors. Read more about the students, faculty and programs changing the world with your support.
Changing the Cancer Equation
UT partnership integrates emerging disciplines of computational oncology and machine learning to transform the future of cancer care.
Engaging the Senses
Karl and Nelda Buckman’s gift supports new collaboration space for immersive art in the College of Fine Arts.
DJ Green and Professor Larry Speck
An Air Force veteran and first-generation college student receives a life-changing opportunity when he’s admitted to The University of Texas at Austin.
World’s Best Faculty
A transformative gift from UT alumnus J. Mike Walker gives students and faculty in UT’s Cockrell School of Engineering an extraordinary opportunity to become leaders and change the world.
UT is advancing knowledge on Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and other neurodegenerative conditions with the financial support of Jim and Miriam Mulva.
Jeff and Mindy Hildebrand’s investment in petroleum and geosystems engineering has made a world-changing impact on students, faculty and research at UT.
With a world-changing gift of $20 million and an inspired plan to raise even more money, Bobby and Sherri Patton have had an impact on lives, both on the Forty Acres and far beyond.
Leaders of Tomorrow
World’s Best Faculty
Texas Leader Magazine
UT Professors Louise and Steven Weinberg found the perfect home at The University of Texas at Austin.
The public phase of UT Austin’s What Starts Here campaign — the most ambitious fundraising effort in the history of higher education in Texas — launched on March 4 and 5.
Hogg Foundation receives $1.1 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to advance mental health and well-being for youth of color and their families
Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Education and Research will expand vision and work of Dr. Courtney Byrd.
Investment will help recruit top research faculty and enhance nursing education.