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The Rachal Foundation and Tom and Joan Read are honored as recipients of the 2016 Sterling C. Evans Medal, the highest award bestowed by the Texas A&M Foundation.By By Nancy Mills Mackey
He’ll always remember Texas A&M the way it was “back when,” but Earle Shields Jr. ’41 also supports the university’s future through gifts for faculty and students.By By Jeannie Ralston
Tyson Voelkel ’96 brings an extraordinary passion for Texas A&M to his new job as president of the Texas A&M Foundation.By By Tyson Voelkel '96
Gifts of retirement assets are a popular way to leave a lasting legacy at Texas A&M.By By Chelsea O'Neal
Interdisciplinary degree programs offered through the Texas A&M Energy Institute will prepare the next generation of energy leaders.By By Professor Christodoulos Floudas
Researchers discover a new species of human ancestor through unearthing more than a dozen skeletons in a South African cave.
Lakes and river systems were once plentiful on Mars, according to a team of scientists that includes a Texas A&M geosciences professor.
A biomedical engineering professor develops a smart device that translates sign language while being worn on the wrist.
An antique heirloom revealed my family’s Aggie heritage.By By Austin Rogers ’19