Married to the Mission

Sally and John Cox ’81 find purpose in selflessly serving veterans, Aggies with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and any person in need.

Planning for Innovation

Explore five planned gifts that are inspiring innovation on Texas A&M University's campus.

Remember the Rhythm

As the first Black drum major to lead the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, the late Kevin Phillip Roberts ’89 marched his way into history.

Creating New Leadership Dimensions

A planned gift from Barbara and Donald Zale ’55 will support the Corps of Cadets, the Center for Retailing Studies and the College of Liberal Arts.

Life in the Spotlight

From California sunshine to Broadway stages, Shannan Johnson ’04 has traversed America while building the first Black-owned script consulting company.

A Newsworthy Gift

A young couple plans a gift to support future Texas A&M University journalism students.

Changing the Lives of First-Generation Students

Through a planned gift, Stacy '94 and Brian Smith '92 will support first-generation students in the College of Liberal Arts for years to come.

We Asked: What is Your New Year's Resolution?

Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.

An Aggie Abroad

An Aggie, World War II veteran and retired Foreign Service Officer, reflects on his experiences.

Honoring Texas' Czech Roots

Created by the Czech Educational Foundation, the William J. Hlavinka '50 endowment hopes to bring Czech scholars to Texas A&M University.

Maroon in the Deep

Aggies in the Nautical Archaeology Program follow their passion by excavating, solving shipwreck mysteries and helping to conserve sunken treasures.

The Resolution Habit

So you think you have enough willpower to keep that New Year’s resolution? Science respectfully disagrees.

Maroon Coats Participate in Women Sales Fellowship

Two Texas A&M Foundation Maroon Coats complete a unique internship with Will Reed Jobs to help women enter the technology sector.

Worlds Apart: English and Engineering

Scholarship created by C.C. Burton ’42 assist students in English and Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Brain Matters

A Q&A with Dr. Steve Maren, who is leading the brain science charge at Texas A&M

Dining on the High Seas

Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Grace Tsai ’18 is studying the dietary habits of 17th-century sailors.

Friendship Inspired Gift to Liberal Arts

Carol '77 and Ross Frazer '77 created the Ray A. Rothrock ‘77 Music Scholarship, awarded based on merit to two students pursuing music degrees.

Aggie honors father with endowment

Gene R. Carlson ’75, a mechanical engineering graduate, wanted to honor his father's childhood passion with a gift to the College of Liberal Arts.

Nancy '90 & Mark '88 Browning Encourage Students to Pay it Forward

Mark Browning '88's position at the Texas A&M Foundation inspired him and his wife, Nancy '90 to endow a liberal arts scholarship.

Regents' Scholars Program Helps First-Generation Student Become a Leader

Kimberly Berry '16 is a Regents' Scholar from the College of Liberal Arts who is pursuing her degree in Performance Studies with a minor in Business.

The Call to Serve

United States Naval pilot Clay Huber '12 demonstrates leadership with a planned gift.

Aggie Finance Grad Establishes Need Based Liberal Arts Scholarship

Thomas Smith III ’63 and his wife Phyllis have chosen to support liberal arts students by establishing an endowment for a need-based scholarship.