Previous 1910 Society Events
1910 Society Lecture Series
No Snakes in This Grass This classic one act of street theater was first staged in Harlem in 1965. Read more. . .
Roderic Ai Camp introduces his book The Metamorphosis of Leadership in a Democratic Mexico. Read more. . .
Nobel Laureate J. M. Coetzee speaks of his time in Austin and censorship in South Africa. Read more. . .
Bob Taylor: Internet Visionary An Internet pioneer since 1967, Bob Taylor's vision created a computing and communications revolution. View photos and recap. . .
UT Austin Conexión a Puerto Rico: 1910 Society Reception
November 5, 2009 - Reception that reconnected alumni to a place that has impacted each and every one of us—The University of Texas at Austin. A promising reunion to commit to build a network that will help recruit and support the very best talent Puerto Rico has to offer.
The 1910 Society was created as part of the Graduate School's centennial celebration as a way to make a lasting difference in the quality of graduate education at the university.
The 1910 Society Lecture Series brings notable alumni back to campus to share their experiences since graduation and show how their graduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin impacted their lives. 1910 Society members receive special invitations to these events and others.