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What starts here changes the world

The University of Texas at Austin is unleashing knowledge, opportunity and innovation from the heart of Texas. See how UT students, faculty and programs are changing the world with support from the What Starts Here campaign.

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The Patton Challenge

The Patton Challenge

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.

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Honoring UT’s Illustrious Student-athletes

Thanks to a world-changing legacy gift from the family of Frank Denius, UT’s gifted student-athletes can celebrate their achievements at the Frank Denius Family University of Texas Athletics Hall of Fame.

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The Gift of Time

The Gift of Time

Scholarships to The University of Texas at Austin gave Arjun Menta the freedom to explore his passions in business, technology and health care.

Picturing a Better Future

Picturing a Better Future

Studying economics at The University of Texas at Austin gave Akash Thakkar a clear image of how he could change the world.

Paying Dividends

Paying Dividends

McCombs graduate Phil Canfield and wife Mary Beth support UT’s Canfield Business Honors Program with student scholarships, keeping enterprising minds on the Forty Acres.

A Unique Approach to Brain Health

A Unique Approach to Brain Health

UT is advancing knowledge on Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and other neurodegenerative conditions with the financial support of Jim and Miriam Mulva.

A Place to Explore and Grow

A Place to Explore and Grow

The Stengl Lost Pines Biological Station, named for donor Casey Stengl, is a living laboratory for students in UT’s College of Natural Sciences.

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