Celebrating 20 Years Deep in the Heart and Science of Philanthropy
The RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service welcomes you to our 20th anniversary celebration!
It has been an energizing two decades of building relationships with our community and growing as a Center. Newer programs like CONNECT emphasize our commitment to serving nonprofits with an interest in evaluation and data. With over 490 alumni to date, our Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Studies provides academic expertise to UT students pursuing careers in this creative and innovative sector. RGK Center faculty produce cutting-edge research in the diverse areas of the arts, philanthropy, data management, civic health, volunteerism, environmental and urban sustainability, and they continue to inspire the next generation of nonprofit and philanthropic leaders.
As we reflect on the beginning of our Center 20 years ago, we are deeply thankful for those who made it possible, from our founding Director, Curtis W. Meadows Jr., to our Advisory Council members past and present, and to our generous funders. We celebrate you and thank you for your support.
We invite you to reconnect with the RGK Center, to inspire our future, and to participate in our upcoming events featuring RGK Center faculty, alumni, current students, and community partners. Connect with us through this webpage and our social media to find upcoming opportunities to engage with the RGK community.
We are excited to celebrate 20 wonderful years with you all, and we look eagerly to the future.
Welcome from the Director
Luci and Lynda Johnson Reflect on the Legacy of the RGK Center
Thank you to Advisory Council Members, Past and Present
Anne Hodges Morgan
Admiral Bobby R. Inman
Curtis W. Meadows, Jr., J.D.
Linda Perryman Evans
Michael L. Meadows
Paul W. Harris
Valleau Wilkie Jr.