Community & Business Relations

Community & Business Relations

Community & Business Relations

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Chancellor Cigarroa was invited to speak on a panel titled "America's Greatest Investment - Educating the Future"

Chancellor Cigarroa, pictured in the center, speaking on a panel titled "America's Greatest Investment - Educating the Future"  at the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2013 Legislative Summit Left to Right: Susan Molinari, Vice President of Public Policy & Government Affairs, Americas Google Inc. – Moderator. Trey Grayson, Director, Harvard University Institute of Politics. The Honorable Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-TX), Member, U.S. House of Representatives. Marco Davis, Deputy Director, White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics

Request Forms

If you would like to request an event at the Bauer House, please review theBauer House Event Information Guidelinesand submit an Event Request Form. (PDF file)

Chancellor Cigarroa may be available to speak at events depending on schedule and subject. To inquire about opportunities please fill out the Chancellor Speaking Request Form. (Word file)

The Office of Community and Business Relations links The University of Texas System to national, state and local associations as well as to business, civic and community groups.

The office is committed to developing strategic partners and building relationships that effectively communicate understanding about the UT System and the context of public education, health care and research.

Being a good neighbor and a valued member of the state and local communities is a priority and responsibility of the UT System.

The Office of Community and Business Relations:

  • Establishes and maintains relationships with a wide range of constituent groups;
  • Fosters public understanding about the value and contributions of the UT System;
  • Promotes a mutual understanding of higher education issues;
  • Assists numerous associations and organizations access UT System resources.
  • Plans and implements official events and special activities on behalf of the Board of Regents, the Chancellor and other UT System officials at Bauer House and other locations.
  • Collaborates with UT institutions and staff members on the planning and execution of official and other special events.

In addition, The Office of Community and Business Relations provides support to the 15 institutions of the University of Texas System as they collaborate with their individual constituencies and communities.

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