The stories featured in this issue of Heritage showcase how Texas A&M University is creating well-rounded, global citizens with the help of generous former students and friends of Aggieland. Grab a glass of iced tea, sit back and relax as you join these amazing Aggies in their journeys!
Texas A&M’s world-class Education Abroad program creates life-changing adventures for Aggies.
Thanks to Texas A&M University’s Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Internship Program, two Aggies found their life partner and life plan.
Essynce Pozomina-Lewis ’22 shares how a gift from the late Faye Keene led to a 2021 education abroad experience in Ukraine that she’ll never forget.
Not all who wander are lost. Dr. Sue ’94 ’02 and Patrick Mahoney ’71 know where they’re going and are paving the way for Aggies to join the adventure.
These three easy steps will have you navigating your estate planning journey in no time.
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.
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.
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.
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