To help Aggies from groups traditionally underrepresented on campus, Judy ’79 and Dr. Mark Weichold ’78 established a Foundation Excellence Award.
To honor their late toddler, Allie, Jamie and Chris White ’99 endowed a scholarship and founded a nonprofit to raise awareness of distracted driving.
The late Marjorie Munn planned a gift to memorialize her husband, Walter ’43 that will help students carry on the Munns’ legacy of generosity.
In celebration of Father’s Day this weekend, these Aggies honor their dads through giving to future Aggie generations.
Bulinda and Jerry Ebanks are planning gifts so their sons will live on through others.
Two cadets succeed in Aggieland with the help of a memorial planned gift.
Holly Ridings ’96 is making history as the first female chief flight director at NASA, where she leads manned spaceflight missions.
Sheri Henriksen plans a gift that will fund a chair in the College of Engineering in honor of her son, Matthew ’19.
The Texas A&M Foundation has selected Dr. Walter Haisler Jr. ’67 as a recipient of its 2020 Partner in Philanthropy Award.
Thanks to the influence of Texas A&M’s College of Engineering, Dana Dorsey ’91 is celebrating 30 years with 3M,
Page and Dan Houser '76 are funding study abroad experiences for the next generation of global engineers.
After leading the monumental Panama Canal expansion, Ilya Espino de Marotta '85 inadvertently became an inspiration for women engineers worldwide.
Eric Imhoff ’22 is exploring a way to grow food on Mars, thanks to a planned gift from the late Martha and Eugene Neugebauer ’41.
By utilizing gift-matching programs like Michelle '88 and Todd Steudtner ’87, you can generate extra financial support for Texas A&M.
Learn how you can use mineral rights and royalties to make a difference for current and future Aggies through a donation to the Texas A&M Foundation.
Texas A&M University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering plans to create a makerspace to help students develop innovative medical devices.
Decades after graduation, James "Jim" Nelson '49 found himself at the end of a war story unlike any other.
Duncan and Kristen Maitland discuss the ins and outs of their biomedical engineering work at Texas A&M University.
In honor of the 80th anniversary of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Sugar and Mike Barnes have created naming gift.
Members of the ExxonMobil A&M Club have utilized ExxonMobil’s matching program to commit nine endowments supporting Aggies.
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s innovative Teens in the Driver Seat® program educates high school students about safe driving.
A bequest from the late James J. Cain ’51 supports two biomedical engineering professors developing technologies to combat chronic health conditions.
The new Dean’s Scholars Award initiative in the College of Engineering is helping attract the nation’s top prospective freshmen.
Meet four Texas A&M faculty and staff members who established planned gifts as another way of giving back to the university.
Lou ’85 and Mark Houser ’83 offer their support to EnMed, an innovative new program that unites engineering and medicine.
A bequest from Dr. Walter Haisler ’67 and his wife will establish an endowed chair position to support the department head of aerospace engineering.
Check out these three retirement gift methods to see if they might be right for you!
Texas A&M University’s Spark! PK-12 Engineering Education Outreach Program engages students, teachers and families with STEM concepts.
By partnering with community colleges, Texas A&M and Chevron are ensuring that tomorrow’s engineers more closely resemble today’s Texans.
Texas A&M professor and chairholder Jean-Louis Briaud is running for president of the American Society of Civil Engineers and wants your vote.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign.
Laurie Hagemaier reflects on her late father’s legacy of generosity as his planned gift takes effect.
Through a $1 million gift, Marilyn and Don Lummus ’58 are helping the College of Engineering attract professors with real-world experience.
Why is this mother-daughter team helping Texas A&M merge technology and health care? The reasons are many.
In recognition of Dr. Lee Lowery’s more than 60 years of teaching, former students are creating a scholarship program in his name.
Charlotte and Billy Parks ’64 support Texas A&M students through a retained life estate.
Two Texas A&M Foundation Maroon Coats complete a unique internship with Will Reed Jobs to help women enter the technology sector.
Transformative gifts establish the J. Mike Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering at both UT and Texas A&M.
After receiving a PES while he was at Texas A&M, Travis Owens ’06 and his wife Shan Wang are giving a scholarship of their own for Aggie engineers.
The late Dr. Bonnie Hunt ’77 continues to inspire the next generation of engineers with a scholarship endowment created through a planned gift.
A unique five-year degree program is now available to Texas A&M University incoming freshmen who major in a STEM field.
Sandy Wilkinson ’86 honors her late father with a program that encourages girls to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Plano couple taps corporate matching funds to establish scholarships for engineering and business students.
Sandy and Les Pittman ’74 reap multiple benefits through the charitable remainder unitrust established through the Foundation.
Student and scholar Bryton Praslicka ’19 is working to incorporate smart bus stops across Texas A&M’s campus.
The College of Engineering recognized six former students with its 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award, including Carl Jaedicke ’73.
Marilyn and Steve Miller ’79 designate the Texas A&M Foundation as owner and beneficiary of their $1 million life insurance policy.
Scholarship created by C.C. Burton ’42 assist students in English and Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
A couple who established the first-ever aerospace engineering scholarship at Texas A&M continues to open new doors for aspiring students.
Fletcher family establishes teaching and philanthropic legacy in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Lynn and Bill Crane have established the Lynn '84 and Bill Crane '83 Chair within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M.
Ray Davis created a $25,000 endowment to memorialize his friend John Willis ’92 after he passed away from cancer.
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