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Corporate & Foundation Relations

Texas State University is focused on fostering philanthropic partnerships with corporations and foundations to support academic excellence and dynamic research opportunities.

Corporations and foundations connect with Texas State through the following:

  • Establishing student scholarship endowments
  • Providing funds to construct new academic and research facilities
  • Outfitting university laboratories with cutting-edge technologies and equipment
  • Strengthening innovation and university research efforts
  • Sponsoring academic programs

Foundations and corporations all over the world are showing their support, including NEC Corporation, NXP Corporation, Society of Plastic Engineers, Halliburton, Tokyo Electron and Wells Fargo.

Contact Us

Jose Beceiro
Director, Strategic Corporate Partnerships
j_b553@txstate.edu
512.245.8215
967 JC Kellam

 

Charles Vestal
Associate Director, Foundations
c_v103@txstate.edu
512.245.2043
328 JC Kellam

 


Key Programs

Innovation at SXSW

The first-ever Texas State University Innovation Lab @ SXSW Interactive Festival gave guests an exclusive look at game-changing technology created by student investors with support from corporate partners. 

STAR Park

STAR Park

The Science, Technology and Advanced Research Park, or STAR Park, at Texas State is expanding. A second building will be added to the facility which serves as a technology incubator/accelerator for start-up and early-stage businesses involved in campus research.

Smart Cities. Smart State.

Smart Cities

Texas State unveiled an exhibit at the Smart Cities Innovation Summit featuring students, faculty and key corporate partners such as NEC Corporation, NXP, Gridmates and SENSCO Solutions.

Matching Funds

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As an Emerging Research University, Texas State is eligible for Texas Research Incentive Program (TRIP) funds. The TRIP program's purpose is to provide matching funds to assist eligible public institutions in leveraging private gifts for the enhancement of research productivity and faculty recruitment.