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Vista Equity exec donates to UT, backs program for Black men on campus

The $1.5 million gift commitment was announced Feb. 2. Of that, $750,000 will go to the Heman Sweatt Center for Black Males to help the organization expand its programs that provide career paths for Black men on campus, including project-based learning overseas, networking events and scholarships. The funds also support a new scholarship for high-potential students from low- and middle-income households and UT athletics capital investments.
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