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WORLD AS IT COULD BE.
Building on our proud legacy of inclusion, innovative interdisciplinary study and leadership in experiential education, we’re preparing students to imagine, lead and shape the brightest future.
Through teaching, research and dialogue that invites students to engage with such critical issues as climate change, racial inequality and the shifting geopolitical economy, they prepare for lives of personal success and global impact.
You can contribute to their exciting future.
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Alums in the News
AlumsHogan ’71 Honored for Medical Excellence
Neuro-ophthalmologist and University of Texas Southwestern Professor Dr. R. Nick Hogan ’71 was awarded the Zimmerman Medal for his exceptional impact to the field of ophthalmic pathology.
AlumsWaters '59 Creates Political Science Scholarship to Honor President Mark D. Gearan
Grateful for the scholarship funding he received as a student, Joseph Waters ’59 has committed $150,000 over five years in the form of the President Mark D. Gearan Annual Scholarship. The scholarship is presented by Waters and his wife, Leslie.
AlumsThe Art of Talking about Mental Health
Alums team up for an art show fundraiser to encourage open conversation around mental health.