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Outstanding Engineering Graduate Student Award

Each year, the Texas A&M University College of Engineering selects two students (one at the master's level and one at the doctoral level) for the Outstanding Engineering Graduate Student Award. Recipients must demonstrate excellence above and beyond the usual achievements in their fields. Nomination, selection and award recognition occur every fall semester.

  • Award: $5,000 scholarship
  • Residentship requirement: None
  • Contact: Texas A&M Engineering Graduate Programs (GradEngineer@tamu.edu)
  • Audience: Current/Continuing Students

AFS Distinguished Graduate Student Award (Teaching or Research)

Each year The Association of Former Students at Texas A&M University chooses up to 15 graduate students to receive Distinguished Graduate Student Awards in one of three categories: Excellence in Research -- Doctoral, Excellence in Research -- Master’s, and Excellence in Teaching. Student nominations arrive from faculty advisors or departments, and nomination represents a true honor and accomplishment in itself, due to strenuous eligibility requirements. A panel of reviewers including faculty and administrators chooses award recipients.

  • Residentship Requirement: None
  • Contact: Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS@tamu.edu)
  • Audience: Current/Continuing Students

Research and Presentation Travel Awards

The Graduate Student Research and Presentation Travel Award Program is supported by the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation, The Association of Former Students and the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies. The purpose of the program is to support graduate student travel to make presentations or to conduct research off campus by reimbursing students for some of the eligible expenses incurred.

  • Award: up to $750
  • Residentship requirement: None
  • Contact: Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS@tamu.edu)
  • Audience: Current/Continuing Students

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U.S. Senator Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellowship

This fellowship is available only to currently enrolled doctoral students at Texas A&M University and recognizes scholarly excellence. The Gramm Fellowship was established to promote, encourage and reward outstanding teaching and research by doctoral students whose command of their respective disciplines exemplifies the meaning of scholar mentor in the highest sense.

  • Award: $5,000
  • Residentship requirements: None
  • Contact: Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS@tamu.edu)
  • Audience: Continuing/Current Students

George W. Kunze Prize Fellowship

The Kunze Prize provides a stipend to a doctoral student nearing completion of their degree program. Students must be nominated by their departments, and the nomination is then forwarded to the college dean and subsequently to the Office of Graduate Studies. The nominees shall have superior academic achievement and on or more publications in a refereed journal(s) in national or international stature. The nominees shall demonstrate good Residentship through contributions to the university and/or the community.

  • Award: $1,000
  • Residentship requirements: None
  • Contact: Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS@tamu.edu)
  • Audience: Current/Continuing Students