Joe Horlen ’73, J.D., Named Partner in Philanthropy Award Recipient

The Texas A&M Foundation recognizes Joe Horlen for his impact on the Texas A&M University’s Department of Construction Science.

All Rise

The legacy and impact of Judge David L. Evans ’71 will live on in future Aggie lawyers through the scholarship created in his honor.

Ask the Expert: Top Estate Planning Tips for 2023

Estate attorney Michele Mobley ’87 shares top tips for estate tax savings in the new year.

January 17, 2023

Powers Combined: Inside the New College of Arts and Sciences

Interim Dean José Luis Bermúdez sees endless opportunities in the unified Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences.

Committed to Excellence

Thanks to a lead $7.5 million gift from Wayne Roberts ’85 ’86, Mays Business School students will soon learn in a new state-of-the-art building.

Luz Herrera Named Partner in Philanthropy Award Recipient

The Texas A&M Foundation recognized Herrera for her impact at the Texas A&M University School of Law.

October 27, 2022

From the Roots Up

Aggieland’s deep land-grant roots tell a story of a compelling past and provide growth for Texas A&M University’s exciting future.

Serving Others Through Leadership

As the Corps grows, the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership prioritizes building servant leaders of character.

Teaching Aggies to Protect U.S. Infrastructure

A new partnership with the Department of Defense prepares Aggieland’s best and brightest to defend U.S. infrastructure in a virtual world.

October 24, 2022

The Act of Seeking Education

How the Land-Grant College Act of 1862 established 69 universities across the country and opened the door for the public to achieve higher education.

A Taste for Tech

Brett Graham ’87 ’92 has parlayed his love of science into a rewarding career in marketing and technology.

In Case of Emergency

Texas A&M University Emergency Medical Services gives Aggies real-world experience responding to calls and helping people in need.

October 11, 2022