Paul L. Leventhal Fellowship Program Endowment | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin

With the help of alumni and friends of the school, we have united to establish the Paul L. Leventhal Fellowship Program Endowment.

In addition to providing monetary support to our remarkable students, the fellowship also honors the life and legacy of Paul Leventhal, who dedicated his career to advocating tirelessly for the protection of the United States and the world from the proliferation of nuclear weapons and the materials and technology used to make such weapons. He was responsible for the investigations and legislation that resulted in passage of two landmark nuclear laws—the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978. Leventhal was also the founder of the Nuclear Control Institute in Washington. The LBJ School is pleased to house the Leventhal Fellowship to honor his accomplishments and contributions to American national security.

Funds distributed from the endowment provide internship or apprenticeship stipends to students in the Master of Public Affairs program or Master of Global Policy Studies program.

We hope you will consider making a gift or a pledge at any level to honor his legacy.

How to Give

Make a one-time gift by visiting or by filling out this form.

Mail to:

The University of Texas at Austin
LBJ School
Attention: Rachel Ciullo
P.O. Box Y
Austin, TX 78713