This year marks UT Southwestern Medical Center’s 75th Anniversary, a significant milestone in an illustrious history. During 2018, anniversary events will take place to honor the Medical Center’s landmark moments and the remarkable alumni, trainees, faculty, and supporters who made them possible. Join us as we recognize the contributions that changed the course of science and medicine, and look ahead to its promising future.
There are many ways UT Southwestern alumni can be part of the celebration.
- Visit 75.utsouthwestern.edu throughout the year to learn about the connections between the discoveries of yesterday and tomorrow’s breakthroughs.
- Follow or like the Alumni Relations Facebook page.
- (Re)connect with one another via the new Online Alumni Directory.
- Hear from some of your fellow alumni in the Alumni Perspectives videos in our Stories.
- Email us your fondest memories of UT Southwestern at firstname.lastname@example.org or share on social media (#UTSW75).
- Anniversary events for Medical School alumni will be held this year in Austin, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston; email or call 214-648-2344 for details.
- UT Southwestern Medical School reunion events scheduled for this fall will share a 75th Anniversary theme. Visit engage.utsouthwestern.edu/alumni for details.
Make your impact
- Participate in the 75th Anniversary Alumni Annual Fund Challenge. Every class with at least 75 percent participation in the Alumni Annual Fund will have their contributions pooled to establish a dedicated scholarship fund bearing the name of their class year. UT Southwestern will match funds of up to $75,000 to be distributed among all of the newly created class scholarships. Make your secure online contribution at engage.utsouthwestern.edu/alumniannualfund or call 214-648-2344.
UT Southwestern and our more than 19,600 alumni have had a major impact on science and medicine through education, research, and patient care over the past 75 years. So, whether you’re on campus, in North Texas, or halfway around the world, we hope you’ll join us in celebrating 75 years of the future of medicine, today.