Campus and Alumni News

The key to landing a job outside the US? Gaining previous experience outside the US. That’s exactly what helped alumna Georgia Kromrei leverage her study abroad experience in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, to secure multiple job offers after wrapping… Read more



Catching up with Kelvin Ma Once you’re a Longhorn, you’re always a Longhorn. And we are so happy when alumni come back to tell us where their experience at UT has taken them in their personal and professional lives. Alumnus Kelvin Ma dropped by… Read more



Students and Alumni Rally to Support UT during Forty Hours for the Forty Acres On April 8-9, 2015, Longhorns all over the world came together during a forty-hour giving campaign appropriately named “Forty Hours for the Forty Acres.” The purpose of… Read more



This past spring, The University of Texas at Austin called upon its alumni, students, and friends to take part in 40 Hours for the Forty Acres, an unprecedented social giving campaign to raise $40,000 for UT in just 40 hours. Part of the university'… Read more



UT alumnus Anthony Spencer, BJ '95, was so inspired by his experience studying in Costa Rica, he created a company to give others access to study abroad. Below, he shares his story. JS: Tell me a little about your road to The University of Texas at… Read more



UT Alumnus Launches Scholarship to Help Students Access Education Abroad Growing up in small-town Floydada, Texas, Imelda Resendiz was convinced she’d never leave the Panhandle. “All my life I had this small-town mindset,” says Resendiz, an… Read more



Carlos and Clara Quintanilla created a scholarship in 2013 for students of Mexican heritage who wish to pursue a degree in the Cockrell School of Engineering.  “We are honored to use our family endowment to help financially-needy students access… Read more



THE WHITES ARE truly an international Longhorn family. Jim and Meredith live and teach in Singapore, their son Colin lives and works in Shanghai and their daughter Allie is a teacher in the Austin area. A career opportunity first took Jim White and… Read more