The University of Texas College of Pharmacy is more than a leading public institution of higher education and outstanding research programs. It is also a family of committed individuals. It is a beautiful mosaic of people who make a difference -- faculty, students, alumni, volunteers, and friends -- all of whom contribute to the rich traditions and programs of excellence that have become synonymous with our College. We're grateful for their generous contributions of time, energy, enthusiasm, and their financial resources. Please join us in extending a "Texas-sized" thank you to these individuals, corporations, foundations, and associations. For more information about these donor recognition programs and/or ways of making a gift to benefit the College of Pharmacy, please contact the College of Pharmacy Development Office at 512-232-2779.
Our committed volunteers make everything happen. Their contributions of time, energy, ideas, and enthusiasm challenge us to do even more. Indeed their "can do" spirit puts the "we" in the "We're Texas" Capital Campaign and all that we do.
UT Austin and UT System Donor Recognition Programs
Littlefield Society - The Littlefield Society recognizes cumulative gifts and/or pledges that benefit The University of Texas in general, as well as gifts that benefit the College of Pharmacy. Donors qualify for recognition in the Littlefield Society at the following levels: individuals and couples ($25,000 in outright gifts or $50,000 in planned gifts); associations and foundations ($50,000); corporations ($100,000). Members receive special communiques from the University and are invited to an annual event on campus,
Texas Leadership Society - Recently established, the Texas Leadership Society recognizes those individuals who have notified the University of their intentions to make an estate gift or life income gift to benefit the University (including planned gifts that benefit the College of Pharmacy), regardless of the amount. Members of the Society are invited to attend an annual event hosted by the University president.
Chancellor's Council - The Chancellor's Council recognizes individuals whose outright cumulative giving to any UT component institution totals $10,000 or more. Members receive special communiques and are invited to attend special events hosted by the Chancellor of The University of Texas System.
Office of Development & Alumni Relations
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2409 University Ave.
Austin, TX, USA
Email Address: elizabeth.cox
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Katherine Perez, Pharm.D., Class of 2010, has been named recipient of the 2013 Literature Award for Innovation in Pharmacy Practice.