From an old Kyle Field scoreboard in their backyard to the scholarships they created, Angela ’85 and Kerry Stein ’85 root for Aggieland.
Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.
With a Texas A&M University academic foundation, Erol Morey ’84 was ready for anything—including a career in satellite imagery.
Through a combination cash and estate gift, Ken Williams ’45 has helped position Texas A&M as a national leader in geosciences and climate science.
From high above campus, the Aggie Doppler Radar provides unparalleled opportunities for meteorology students to survey the skies.
Members of the ExxonMobil A&M Club have utilized ExxonMobil’s matching program to commit nine endowments supporting Aggies.
Cyd and Tom Kelly ’53 ’55 use a planned gift to enhance their current support for the College of Geosciences.
Debbi ’74 and Dr. Gregg Dimmick ’74 use an annuity to impact future Aggies by honoring a professor who forever changed their lives.
Dr. Frederick Chester ’83 explains the science behind earthquakes and how his research helps us better understand the Earth’s movements.
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Ronnakrit Rattanasriampaipong ’22, the recipient of a scholarship from the late Dr. Carol Litchfield ’69, carries on her legacy as an advocate.
How the GeoX summer camp program inspires high school students and became the College of Geoscience’s most reliable recruiting tool.
Through two planned gifts, Elliot B. “Ben” Vaughn ’74 honors classmate and friend Patty Holyfield ’74
A planned gift from the late Joan Griffiths honors Texas’ first state climatologist and supports three students studying atmospheric sciences.
Ben Vaugn '74 designated a planned gift from his life insurance policy to establish an endowed scholarship for women studying geology and geophysics.