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The business and engineering colleges at Texas A&M University are partnering in a new entrepreneurial training program to better prepare undergraduate and graduate students interested in the oil and gas industry. The Petroleum Ventures Program (PVP) is a certificate program funded by a $12 mill…


Lynn and Bill Crane have established the Lynn ’84 and Bill Crane ’83 Chair within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University. The Cranes' gift to establish the chair will be matched by the Texas A&M University President’s Office. The Cranes' gift, which will …


The Lori Cardenas Memorial Scholarship has been established to honor the memory of the longtime employee of Texas A&M University. Cardenas, who began working for the university in 1989, passed away March 31, 2015. The majority of Cardenas’ career was spent in what is now the Engineering Academ…


Zachry Group, headquartered in San Antonio, has given a lead gift of $25 million to the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University. The contribution will support the construction of the Engineering Education Complex (EEC), establishment of the Zachry Leadership Program and t…


Alexandra Wisniewski ’10 and Michael Nance ’08 of Houston, Texas, have joined together to create the Alex Wisniewski ’10 and Michael Nance ’08 Endowed Scholarship. The endowment, created through the Texas A&M Foundation, will be used to provide one or more scholarships to full-time students in …


Amy and John Doucet of Dripping Springs, Texas, have recently made two contributions to the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering. The first establishes the Herman M. Giesen ‘49/ Amy ’82 and John ’81 Doucet Scholarship in Civil Engineering with their gift to the Texas A&M Foundation. Distributi…


William J. and William R. Winkelmann have established the William J. ’73 and William R. ’09 Winkelmann Endowed Scholarship with their gift to the Texas A&M Foundation. Funds from this endowment will provide scholarships to undergraduate students in civil engineering. William J. “Bill” Winkelman…


Tom and Diane Fisher have created the Diane P. and Thomas E. Fisher ’66 Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering. This scholarship, established through the Texas A&M Foundation, will benefit undergraduate students pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. Tom Fisher graduated from Texas A&M…


Delesicca McCradic Brooks ’85 has established the Ollie and Etta Henigan Scholarship, named in honor of her grandparents, with her gift to the Texas A&M Foundation. Full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree in chemical engineering will be eligible for this scholarship. Brooks earned he…


Reinette and Jack Miller of Houston have created the Reinette and Jack E. Miller ’74 Excellence Fund with their gift to the Texas A&M Foundation. Distributions from the $50,000 endowment will be used to support the Department of Mechanical Engineering within the Dwight Look College of Engineeri…


Cheery faces and warm and fuzzy feelings animate the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) administration office on the third floor of the H.R. Bright Building (HRBB) on the Texas A&M University campus as the room fills with presents for Brazos Valley children. A Salvation Army An…


Photo courtesy of Phillips 66 Company ©     Texas A&M University’s Dwight Look College of Engineering has accepted a $1 million contribution from Phillips 66, a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company. The donation to the Texas A&M Foundation will support the university’s new E…


Texas A&M University’s Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, October 7 for the newly established Chaparral-Fischer CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Center. The lab was established with a $1.75 million donation from Chaparral Energy and SuSu and Mark Fi…


John E. Richardson and his wife Susan created the Susan D. and John E. Richardson ’71 Scholarship for junior or senior level students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering. The scholarship, established through the Texas A&M Foundation, will benefit students who are either a member of the Co…


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…


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