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Fall 2022

This one-of-a-kind issue of Heritage Magazine includes an expanded cover feature devoted to Texas A&M’s land-grant roots. You'll meet scholars, donors and former students who are uniquely tied to the university’s land-grant mission, and we even created a special word search just for you! Happy reading!

Stories from the current issue

From the Roots Up

Aggieland’s deep land-grant roots tell a story of a compelling past and provide growth for Texas A&M University’s exciting future.

Research to Feed a Growing World

The Norman Borlaug Institute helps agriculture scholars achieve their potential and solve global issues.

Serving Others Through Leadership

As the Corps grows, the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership prioritizes building servant leaders of character.

Teaching Aggies to Protect U.S. Infrastructure

A new partnership with the Department of Defense prepares Aggieland’s best and brightest to defend U.S. infrastructure in a virtual world.

The Act of Seeking Education

How the Land-Grant College Act of 1862 established 69 universities across the country and opened the door for the public to achieve higher education.

More from Heritage Magazine

A Veteran's Best Friend

Selfless servants Teresa and Dr. David King ’83 ’87 use their passion for animals to impact veterans, first responders and their families.

Altruistic Aggie

Guided by the Aggie core values, recent law graduate Meghan Collier ’18 ’22 advocates for those who lack representation.

Creating Selfless Servants

Learn how these five service organizations are developing Aggies to serve the world around them while creating local and global impact.