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Stengl-Wyer Endowment

With transformative lifetime and estate gifts to the University of Texas at Austin, alumna Lorraine “Casey” Stengl, M.D., and her partner Lorraine Wyer have spurred a new era of life sciences education and research.

 

The Stengl-Wyer Endowment, the largest endowment in the history of the College of Natural Sciences, supports UT Austin’s highly ranked programming in ecology and biological research, with a focus on the study of the diversity of life and interactions between living things and their natural environments.

Through offerings such as the Stengl-Wyer Scholars program and Stengl Lost Pines Biological Research Station, The Stengl-Wyer Endowment provides life scientists and students opportunities for cutting-edge research and support. The endowment ensures University of Texas at Austin researchers are leading in making discoveries about the diversity of life and organisms in their natural environment and understanding the processes that help preserve natural systems in Texas and around the world.