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From a first date gone wrong to more than 60 years of marriage, Sheila and Al Simmons ’64 have lived a rewarding life that they’re sharing with future Aggies.
Animal advocates Monique and Loyd Wellesley dedicate their time and resources to making a difference for their furry friends in Texas and beyond.
Texas A&M University students and faculty conduct unique and impactful research on all seven continents.
The Winnie Carter Wildlife Center provides a unique place for Aggies to learn and for exotic animals to find a forever home.
A $20 million gift from Linda and Dennis Clark ’68 ’71 will support construction of a state-of-the-art Small Animal Teaching & Research Hospital.
Whether 33 or 92, Aggies and folks who love Aggieland are finding unique ways to give back to the people and areas they care about.
Step inside the curious world of faculty and staff who have made their offices uniquely their own.
Introducing Texas A&M University's Next-Generation Small Animal Teaching Hospital
Future veterinarian and Foundation Excellence Award scholar Kayla Benton ’26 learns the value of advocating for humans and animals alike.
Dr. Walter "Frank" Norvell ’54 shares how he became a veterinarian, marksman, pilot and supporter of Texas A&M’s Equine Genomics Research Fund.
The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Science’s Dr. Jonathan Levine connects the dots between brain cancer in dogs and humans.
Sally McIntosh’s first sighthound dog inspires a new fund at Texas A&M to support service animals and pets of military veterans and first responders.
Explore five planned gifts that are inspiring innovation on Texas A&M University's campus.
All companion animals are special. Some are extra special. Pete ’72 and Michelle Gerukos’ golden retriever, Shaker, was one of a kind.
Bonnie and Joe Merritt plan a gift to memorialize their beloved feline friend, CLEO.
Dr. Donna Baer '83 '86 '88 repays the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences for helping her realize her dream career.
A lifelong Aggie, Dr. Elizabeth Crouch ’91 holds her dream job in Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.
A landmark gift from Jon Hagler ’58 empowered the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study to invite top-tier researchers to Aggieland in perpetuity. These are some of the Fellows who stayed.
Gifts to the campaign created 127 new endowed chairs, professorships and fellowships that support faculty, whose boundless creativity and curiosity are changing the world.
A Dripping Springs couple provides a unique planned gift for Texas A&M University.
Janel Griffey plans to gift her entire estate to the Texas A&M University to honor the quality care her pets received.
Planning for their pets’ futures led Barbara and Russell Behrndt to support Texas A&M University with current and estate gifts.
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.
Programs support former foster care students and pets of domestic abuse victims; student group builds hybrid rockets; Stark Galleries hosts Hawaiian exhibit.
Samantha Hernandez ’20, a biomedical science major and first-generation graduate, shares how the Terry Foundation and Texas A&M University helped make her dreams possible.
Barbara ’75 and Paul Goodman ’76 create a planned gift for Texas A&M that would make their dads proud.
Veterinarians save Sybil the camel; engineers study earthquake-resistant bridge designs and human-robot interactions; researcher explains what makes us hangry.
Planned gift will support African wildlife study abroad; Women’s Resource Center gets a boost; Lawrences back Formula SAE Team; new scholarship for aggieTEACH program.
Student-developed video game teaches cattle working skills; program showcases rural veterinary medicine; university hosts Datathon; Sea Aggies deploy weather buoys.
Missy and Skooter Halamicek use a bequest to share their piece of heaven with Texas A&M University.
The Texas A&M Foundation has selected Dr. Henry L. “Sonny” Presnal ’57 as a recipient of its 2020 Partner in Philanthropy Award.
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.
Meet Jacob Wright ’23: an Aggie and Brockman Scholar from Eagle Pass, Texas, who has a heart to change the world and the mind to make it happen.
A new fund at the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences honors the life of Dimitri del Castillo, a U.S. Army Ranger who died in combat.
Veterinarians perform first dolphin spinal tap; researchers discover the oldest weapons in North America; team creates 3D models to investigate spine disorders.
Dr. Janice Boyd ’86 found a passion for parrots that inspired her planned gift to the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center.
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.
Texas A&M University veterinarians collaborate to successfully operate on a canine with a rare tumor.
Charlotte and Billy Parks ’64 support Texas A&M students through a retained life estate.
From learning about winemaking to exploring the world's craziest pandemics, here are five Texas A&M classes we wish we could take.
Donors share why they’ve given to Texas A&M during the Lead by Example campaign.
Texas A&M's equine therapy program is changing the lives of veterans and people with disabilities.
Automated transportation research; kinesiologists study relationship between genetics and activity levels; new reading technology for blind individuals.
Through mock scenarios, Texas A&M’s Disaster Day prepares students across health professions to practice collaboratively and respond to emergency situations.
How the Courtney Cares program at Texas A&M is transforming lives through equine therapy.
A gift of Hill Country property from Kay and Charles “Charlie” Pence ’51 will support Texas A&M University programs close to their hearts.
Students design prototypes through Aggies Invent; Rudder Radio launches at Texas A&M at Galveston; Warrior-Scholar Project expands.
New Human Clinical Research Facility opens; synthetic canine supports experiential learning for future veterinarians; Blackstone LaunchPad promotes entrepreneurship, Music Activities Center breaks ground.
Inspired by her late father’s battle with cancer, Alex Lacey ’17 researched pediatric cancer to help others beat the disease.
Texas A&M’s Veterinary Emergency Team impacts the state, nation and world through disaster response and relief efforts.
Reta Haynes establishes dean’s chair; Rochelles fund veterinary equipment; gift boosts Commercial Banking Program; Clay Bright ’78 creates scholarships for middle-income students.
Bonnie and Joe Merritt honor Texas A&M Foundation Development Officer Chastity Carrigan '16 with an endowed scholarship.
Birds are the focus of two veterinary stories; researchers apply 3-D printing to drug production; archaeologists restore 17th century French ship.
A Q&A with Dr. Ian Tizard, director of Texas A&M’s leading program in avian medicine.
Whether you want to find a unique way to express gratitude or treasure a loved one, an honorary or memorial gift combines generosity with inspiration.
Professor Ashley Saunders ’98 ’01 employs cutting-edge 3-D technology to teach veterinary medicine.
Scholarship memorializes education student; friends honor former science dean; fellowship supports mechanical engineering professor.