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Philanthropic gifts play a crucial role in the progress and continuing success of the College of Education. Accomplishing our vision to become the preeminent education program in the country depends on the continued and generous support of our alumni, friends and corporate stakeholders. Giving to the college, at any level, is a wonderful way to say thank you for an outstanding education, transformative experiences and a great network of friends.

Donor Stories

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Giving is Joyful

Susie Baker Adams, B.S. ’67, and her husband, John, are longtime supporters of undergraduates in the College of Education and believe in the power of philanthropy. more

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A Leader in Transformation Continues to Change Lives

Throughout his career, Beeman Phillips was a leader in transforming the field of school psychology. He continues that work today by supporting students and programs through the Beeman N. Phillips Endowment and the new Sarah H. and Beeman N. Phillips Graduate Fellowship. more

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Providing for the Next Generation of Teachers, Researchers and Leaders

Our alumni and staff alike support future generations of students through the endowed scholarship funds they created... more

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Susana Alemán - BS Secondary Education, ‘75, MEd Math, Science and Foreign Language ‘78, JD ‘84

Susana Alemán, who holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the College of Education and a doctor of jurisprudence degree from UT Law, is a loyal and dedicated alumna. She regularly... more

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Cory & Priscilla Redding

Gridiron glory is not all that motivates former Longhorn football standout Cory Redding. The Indianapolis Colt and his wife, college alumna Priscilla (B.S. '03), recently announced their donation of $100,000 to establish the Cory and Priscilla Redding Family Scholarship in the College of Education. The gift is the University’s... more