This comprehensive campaign—the first in UT Dallas history—will accelerate our progress toward becoming the world-class Tier One research university our founders envisioned. Our campaign strategy involves three key University-wide priorities:
Secure the resources that will advance our research mission. Groundbreaking research requires brilliant people and state-of-the-art facilities. We need to endow chairs, professorships and graduate fellowships, and we need support for top-level research centers, equipment and laboratories as well as for enhancements at McDermott Library.
Build our endowment to $400 million. We are fortunate to have an endowment exceeding $340 million. However, to propel North Texas forward via the advantages of a nationally competitive research university, we must grow our endowment to $400 million.
Strengthen existing areas of excellence and build the foundation for long-term success of all units. Some of our schools and research centers arguably can be considered Tier One already. UT Dallas requires greater private support to sustain this level of success and to elevate those schools and programs that are growing in size, quality and reputation.
To turn our priorities into realities—to reach Tier One across the University—we have set strategic goals for each school and for several major research centers and campus units. We invite you to explore these goals and consider their potential impact on UT Dallas…on North Texas…on the world.
|Arts & Humanities||$32,726,513||$20,000,000|
|Behavioral & Brain Sciences||$5,062,426||$2,000,000|
|Economic, Political & Policy Sciences||$4,151,633||$2,000,000|
|Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science||$57,846,680||$40,000,000|
|Natural Sciences & Mathematics||$21,526,898||$15,000,000|
|Naveen Jindal School of Management||$52,443,615||$50,000,000|
|Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies||$3,532,551||$4,000,000|
|Callier Center for Communication Disorders||$7,691,886||$8,000,000|
|Center for BrainHealth||$38,189,944||$30,000,000|
|Center for Vital Longevity||$4,244,249||$15,000,000|
|Diversity & Community Engagement||$346,249||$500,000|
|Eugene McDermott Library||$573,972||$500,000|
|ALL OTHER GIFTS||RAISED||GOAL|
|Other Units and Unrestricted Gifts||$29,795,512||$6,500,000|
As of 7/31/14