Texas Leader Magazine
The Forty Acres inspire lasting friendships and great generosity. The Hartmans and Keys, all UT alumni, have created endowed scholarships for future Longhorns.
Alumni from the School of Architecture, McCombs School of Business and Jackson School of Geosciences share favorite UT memories and why they support the Forty Acres.
Alumna Kim Chapman and spouse Jeff establish a scholarship, fellowship and an estate gift to support UT Austin’s nationally ranked School of Nursing.
The Petterson Family’s endowed scholarships in both nursing and computer science through the Texas Challenge program support future generations of Longhorns.
Honoring his father’s WWII Army Air Corps service, UT alum Ed Clendenin and wife Pat establish an endowed graduate internship for the Briscoe Center for American History.
Following a 38-year career at UT Austin, librarian Ann Hartness is honored with a reading room in her name at the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection.
The Texas Leader illustrates how UT supporters are changing the world through philanthropy and careful estate planning. By investing in students and their futures, research that leads to new discoveries, and opportunities to transform major industries for the benefit of society, these contributions make a difference every day on campus and across the globe.
UT alumna Andrea Anderson helps the next generation of leaders find excellence within themselves.
Lois and Richard Folger are committed to bringing world-class faculty and students to the Forty Acres.
Avid stargazer supports astronomy graduate students and wants to see more women in the field.
Former international student’s gift honors a friendship. And it all started with a bag of peanuts.