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Shared-use laboratories, flexible classrooms and a state-of-the-art educational environment will soon be the new academic learning ground for engineering students at Texas A&M University thanks to a $2 million contribution from The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW). The nearly 550,000 sq. ft. En…


The number of endowed scholarships in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University has doubled in the past year thanks to the generosity of members of its Advisory Council and other former students, faculty and friends of the department. These endowed scholarships a…


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University took delivery in June on a 2011 Presidential Club Car (aka Golf Cart/SMV - Slow Moving Vehicle) from Rick's Golf Cars in College Station. The Golf Cart/SMV was presented to the department by its Advisory Council members E…


Jana and Terry Leeper endowed the Jana and Terry Leeper '86 Scholarship in computer science and computer engineering. Their scholarship, established with the Texas A&M Foundation, is focused on assisting incoming freshmen pursuing degrees in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CS…


Ramiro "Ram" Martinez '50 has signed an endowment agreement for the Betty Martinez Excellence Fund for Nuclear Engineering. This endowment funds scholarships benefiting students of the Department of Nuclear Engineering. "I always seemed to be in the right place at the right time, and so I am fort…


Brad Worsham ’88 is supporting the Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Department of Aerospace Engineering through two contributions to the Texas A&M Foundation. Worsham is contributing $250,000 to the Engineering Education Complex (EEC), a state-of-the-art learning facility dedicated so…


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University has established an outstanding group to serve as its Advisory Council. Membership on the council is by invitation of the department head and based on leadership, accomplishments, and interest. The current council is made …


Pioneer Natural Resources Company recently contributed $600,000 to the Texas A&M Foundation to benefit the Dwight Look College of Engineering’s petroleum and mechanical engineering departments at Texas A&M University. A portion of the funding will support a multipurpose resource and meeting…


Chevron Corporation recently announced a $1.5 million contribution to Texas A&M University through its University Partnership Program. The donation funded through the Texas A&M Foundation includes gifts to the Dwight Look College of Engineering, College of Geosciences, School of Public Healt…


Judy and Glenn Smith recently endowed the Joe ’68 and Linda Fowler Scholarship through the Texas A&M Foundation to honor their longtime friends. The Smiths and Fowlers have been friends for more than 25 years, and they share a passion for philanthropy. They first met while working together with …


Pam and David Beers ’66 recently established an endowment through the Texas A&M Foundation to benefit the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University. The Pamela B. and David E. Beers ’66 Mechanical Engineering Scholarship will be granted to an undergraduate student who dem…


Relatives of Allen Walsh ’82 have recently endowed a scholarship in his memory. Allen Walsh’s brother Fred ’74 and his wife Merri along with niece Trecie Hoff ’96 and her husband Randy ’97 have created the Allen W. Walsh ’82 Scholarship in Industrial and Systems Engineering through their gift to the…


Al White and Judith Dietz of Austin have established the Judith Dietz and Al White '86 Scholarship with the Texas A&M Foundation. The endowment will create one or more scholarships for incoming Corps of Cadets students who have a financial need and are pursuing degrees in computer science or com…


Troy and Pamela Toman of San Antonio recently endowed the Pamela and Troy Toman '88 Scholarship in Computer Science and Engineering. Their scholarship is focused on assisting an incoming freshman student from Bexar County who is pursuing a degree in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering…


Texas A&M University and the engineering program hold many fond memories for Jamie and Dennis Mudd. Both earned degrees from Texas A&M, and they credit the engineering program for bringing them together. Jamie was employed at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Dennis was studying…


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