Texas A&M University researchers and Texas A&M AgriLife extension agents are conducting bee research to preserve the state's bee population.
Layne’s Chicken Fingers has served more than 13,777,920 cups of its secret sauce since opening in College Station in 1994?
From artificial intelligence and space flight to education and aging, Texas A&M University researchers tackle 12 questions about our future.
For almost 30 years, Horace McQueen ’60 was the voice of Texas agriculture.
Becky and Joe Horlen ’73 found a way to support both of their passions—equine sports and student organizations—by establishing an endowment for Texas A&M University’s Ranch Horse Team.
The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management holds a unique barbed wire collection that traces the development of fencing designs throughout history.
Thanks to Texas A&M University’s Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Internship Program, two Aggies found their life partner and life plan.
Ray Riley ’79 ’81, manager of the Rosenthal Meat Science and Technology Center, deals out tips and tricks for the Texas barbecue beginner.
Texas A&M University students and faculty conduct unique and impactful research on all seven continents.
Dr. Susie Dai and fellow researchers have developed a system that produces renewable bioplastics.
...the Texas A&M University meat science program is planning a new, state-of-the-art center that will build on its legacy?
Emily Maldonado ’24 discusses the Student American Institute of Floral Designers, an organization that encourages creativity through floral design.
The Class of 1980 E. King Gill Selfless Service Award’s recipients share why they stand for selfless service.
Dr. Chris Boleman ’96 ’00 ’03 educates youth, entertains the masses and connects people as president and CEO of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Harold “Hal” Hardcastle ’53 found three loves—current wife Peggy, late wife Pat and his agricultural profession—at Texas A&M University and beyond.
One Aggie taught me that life is often shaped more by our failures than successes.
Step inside the curious world of faculty and staff who have made their offices uniquely their own.
The Norman Borlaug Institute helps agriculture scholars achieve their potential and solve global issues.
Avid travelers Kathy ’81 and Robert “Robby” Denton ’80 use unique planned giving ingredients to whip up a winning scholarship recipe for Aggies.
Now an official competitive team in the Department of Animal Science, Texas Aggie Rodeo is fundraising to hire a full-time coach.
The Dr. Chris Skaggs Excellence Endowment provides a major boon to Texas A&M University’s renowned Livestock Judging Team.
Bobette ’73 and John Grant find a unique way to get more from their assets and help their future “Aggie children.”
A passion for nature inspired Wei-Wei Startz ’11 to become Texas’ first Asian American female game warden. In making regular appearances on the reality show “Lone Star Law,” she hopes to set an example for aspiring conservationists.
Debbie '79 and Mack Skinner '79 find a creative way to make their family ranch even more meaningful.
Gardening expert and nursery owner Barry Johnson ’87 shares simple advice every Aggie can follow to go from gardening novice to green thumb.
Explore five planned gifts that are inspiring innovation on Texas A&M University's campus.
Texas lawman and cattle rancher T. Michael O’Connor ’77 reflects on a passion for service and sustainability.
The Garcia family’s generational giving to Texas A&M University strengthens their bond to Aggieland and one another.
The Junior Master Gardener program uses the garden as a classroom for children to learn about nature, responsibility and leadership.
Dr. Josie Coverdale ’99 left a phenomenal legacy in the equine science department that lives in the hearts of those she cared for most.
Bulinda and Jerry Ebanks are planning gifts so their sons will live on through others.
Barbara and Jimmie Steidinger use a charitable remainder unitrust to support tomorrow's Aggie agriculturalists.
Plans for a new, state-of-the-art facility promise to make Texas A&M's meat science program stronger than ever.
Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.
How the Frisbie family’s legacy gift will support agriculture, ecosystems and education at Texas A&M University.
A Lead by Example donation creates the Norman Borlaug Endowed Research Scholars Program to foster the next generation of agricultural pioneers.
Five program directors within the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service speak on their initiatives’ unique impacts on Texans across the state.
Evan Lu '22 is working toward his dream of becoming an orthodontist thanks to help from an Endowed Opportunity Award.
A look at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s unique history and how it continues to play a vital role in impacting Texas citizens and beyond.
Dr. Martha Couch uses her Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experience to pay it forward in a planned gift to support future 4-H educators.
Learn how chairs, professorships and fellowships support researchers and faculty members who contribute to Texas A&M University’s excellence.
Allan Marburger ’60, a big-time Aggie benefactor, receives the 2020 Sterling C. Evans Medal.
Dr. G. Cliff Lamb, department head of animal science at Texas A&M University, is helping transform the beef cattle industry to meet global needs.
New tool scans nutritional content of food; veterinarians study dog aging; engineer creates wearable monitoring tool for mental health; specialist explains what causes brain freeze.
Couple establishes full-ride scholarship endowment; Cushing Library receives rare map collection; Chick-fil-A owner gives back; husband honors late wife's legacy.
This captivating CT scan of a seahorse is part of a National Science Foundation effort that seeks to provide high-resolution anatomical data to researchers.
Cari Rincker ’02 uses her hardworking agricultural background to excel in her law career.
The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees named Isolde Parrish ’20 as the recipient of the Foundation’s eighth Outstanding Student Award.
Determined to put Texas wines on the map, Texas A&M University pours resources, research and love into winemaking.
As Texas stakes its claim among the country's wine capitals, Texas A&M is doing its part to help grow the burgeoning industry.
Veterinarians save Sybil the camel; engineers study earthquake-resistant bridge designs and human-robot interactions; researcher explains what makes us hangry.
Student-developed video game teaches cattle working skills; program showcases rural veterinary medicine; university hosts Datathon; Sea Aggies deploy weather buoys.
A $1 million gift from Cactus Feeders establishes the Norman Borlaug Endowed Research Scholars Program at Texas A&M University.
Jerald Huggins ’97 finds success as a Chick-fil-A franchise owner in College Station.
Determination and grit define participants in the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, a giant scholarship fundraiser for college-bound Texas youth.
A gift in a will allows Texas A&M University’s Pecan Endowment to strengthen its roots for future growth.
Scientists develop an oil spill prediction model, a bioabsorbable wound dressing and a new spacesuit design; neuroscience professor explains the underlying causes of déjà vu.
Couples establish gifts for the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, and the College of Architecture; Chilifest gives endowed scholarship.
Couples create memorial scholarships and a professor of practice in engineering; former student gives first endowed gift for the School of Innovation.
The Schob Preserve, a gift of land willed from the late Dr. David Schob, gives students hands-on opportunities for design and research projects.
Texas A&M AgriLife creates a state-wide roadshow to showcase how we can better align agriculture with human needs to lower health care costs.
Texas A&M University’s viticulture and enology programs support industry producers in growing high-quality wines within the state’s natural terroir.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign. earn how donors like Elizabeth Bradford are making a difference by being future focused.
Researchers improve human-elephant relations in Botswana; virtual reality tools may help public speaking anxiety; team studies infant opioid addiction.
Endowment fuels training cruises; doctor honors late wife’s legacy; gift for Sales Leadership Institute; former student supports the Corps of Cadets.
Millennials Chase ’10 and Kalyn Georg Carroll ’12 ’14 prove that you’re never too young for a planned gift.
Remembering Aggieland’s original outdoor venue, the Grove.
44 Farms makes a gift for the International Beef Cattle Academy, which advances beef production knowledge to students across the globe.
Established through an estate gift, the Benz School of Floral Design educates students on the sophisticated art of floral arranging.
From learning about winemaking to exploring the world's craziest pandemics, here are five Texas A&M classes we wish we could take.
Researchers develop injectable bandage; public health professor studies effects of air pollution on pregnant women; corn breeders explore new whiskey flavors.
How Texas A&M faculty and students are impacting the globe.
Former Rackspace CEO and Chairman Graham Weston ’86 has his sights set on transforming downtown San Antonio into a prominent tech hub.
Tyler Merrick ’00 is changing the world, one pack of gum at a time.
A planned gift establishes three Corps scholarships; couple surprises great-niece with a scholarship; gifts for the Texas A&M Coaching Academy and the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Texas A&M University celebrates the grand opening of the Leach Teaching Gardens on campus.
Meet Kais Karowadia ’19, a biochemistry and genetics double major who understands that hard work leads to great things.
Scientists collaborate on crop research; doctoral candidate studies the diets of 17th-century sailors; student startup revolutionizes indoor farming.
The Gardens at Texas A&M University is ready for its debut later this year.
The Boone and Crockett Club campaigns to name a Texas A&M University conservation program after the late Dr. Red Duke ’50.
Engineering students develop lunar rover prototype; Texas A&M and NASA collaborate on Robonaut; Texas A&M competes in AutoDrive challenge; Sea Aggies aid endangered sea turtles.
Accounting department naming underway; Pilgrim’s Corp. funds poultry feed mill renovation; Cathy and Bill Davis ’75 endow student conference; Nobel laureate David Lee supports quantum studies.
New Human Clinical Research Facility opens; synthetic canine supports experiential learning for future veterinarians; Blackstone LaunchPad promotes entrepreneurship, Music Activities Center breaks ground.
A planned gift supports transformational learning experiences for animal science students.
Texas A&M’s Center for Coffee Research and Education enhances the quality of life for coffee farmers and industry stakeholders.
The Gardens at Texas A&M University will debut a seven-acre paradise next spring.
Dr. Jeff Savell ’75 has a knack for barbecuing, especially when it comes to Texas brisket.
Team discovers three new bird species in Africa; student studies Antarctic ecosystem; researchers use spice painting therapy with dementia patients; artist creates emotional map of Bryan-College Station.
A $150,000 gift made nearly 20 years ago by Emanuel Glockzin Jr. '72 continues to bolster Texas A&M’s poultry judging team.
Bill Thomas ’68 brings culture to the country on his 3,000-acre ranch.
Dr. Jenna Anding, professor and AgriLife extension specialist, shares advice for navigating the complicated world of food nutrition labeling.
Camp BUILD hosts future engineers; Texas A&M creates coffee research center; new bike lanes illuminate campus; mobile app fights Zika virus.
For 10 years, the e-Beam center at Texas A&M has helped astronauts stay well fed.
A former maguey plantation in central Mexico has been reborn as a premier study-abroad option for Texas A&M University faculty and students.
In the agricultural mechanics industry, involvement in a tractor design competition called Aggie Pullers can help you land your dream job.
Birds are the focus of two veterinary stories; researchers apply 3-D printing to drug production; archaeologists restore 17th century French ship.
Construction begins on The Gardens at Texas A&M; new life for Riverside Campus; philanthropy course teaches students about nonprofits; architecture majors design mockups for Dallas Mavericks' practice facility.
These sisters are infusing their yaupon tea business with ingenuity and altruism.
Shakespeare’s First Folio travels to campus; agronomy society plants educational corn maze; engineering students create Hyperloop prototypes.
Texas A&M Foundation received a $5 million gift through the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America to establish a program in food diversity.
Qatar mathematician predicts fate of Malaysia Airlines flight; horseback riding can fight obesity; professor helps protect bats from wind turbines; Bush School researcher finds tariff bias.
Amy ’84 and Tim Leach ’82 aspire to make Texas A&M the obvious choice for future generations.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Kevin Brice Andrews '11 with a Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. Alabama football game on October 17.
A contribution from an Aggie businessman to the Department of Animal Science will ensure a promising future for a new program.