This issue of Heritage Magazine pays tribute to the hardworking Aggies in health care who are making a difference on campus, in their communities and beyond. From professors and future physicians to former students who are passing back their good fortune, these Aggies are ensuring a brighter tomorrow. Happy reading!
Texas A&M University School of Nursing’s Dr. Robin Page finds joy in helping others and advancing maternal health care.
Huddle up with “Financial Quarterback” and former football star Stephen McGee ’08 ’09 as he shares his game-winning financial strategies.
Scholarship recipient Ahmed Basharat ’20 ’24 pursues his dream of becoming the physician he wished his mother would have had.
Among the first Aggies to earn a medical degree from Texas A&M, Dr. David Lawson ’79 ’81 reflects on his journey and the future of medicine.
Get the pulse on five vital Texas A&M Health programs that serve Texans and create more knowledgeable Aggies to address today’s health care needs.
Heritage is published three times per year by the Texas A&M Foundation, which builds a brighter future for Texas A&M University, one relationship at a time.
The Norman Borlaug Institute helps agriculture scholars achieve their potential and solve global issues.
As the Corps grows, the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership prioritizes building servant leaders of character.
A new partnership with the Department of Defense prepares Aggieland’s best and brightest to defend U.S. infrastructure in a virtual world.
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