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As state funds become a smaller portion of our budget, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has become more dependent on the generosity of people who would willingly donate funds to ensure that our students, faculty and staff have the resources that they need in order to produce the best graduates and research possible. Particular needs of the department include undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and endowed professorships and chairs for faculty.

Contact our Development Team

True Brown

  • Senior Director of Development, Computer Science and Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Phone: 979-492-3418
True Brown

Kevin McGinnis

  • Director of Development, Corporate and Foundation Relations
  • Phone: 979-436-4963
Kevin McGinnis

Kevin Westerman

  • Gift Planning Officer
  • Phone: 361-935-0517
Kevin Westerman

The Computer Science and Engineering Excellence Fund

This fund is dedicated to the development of the department and to ensuring excellence in its academic programs. Distributions from this fund provide for critical departmental activities not supported by state funding allocations. Project funding targets innovative educational program development and high impact learning initiative. Gifts to this fund can be endowed.

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Computer Science and Engineering Non-Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Computer Science and Engineering Non-Endowed Scholarship Fund is a dedicated fund for those who would like the opportunity to aid students with a one-time scholarship gift. These one-time gifts will help to alleviate some of the financial stresses our students face for one academic year.

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Dr. Walter Daugherity Endowed Scholarship

During his 32 years of teaching and service to Texas A&M University, Dr. Walter C. Daugherity inspired many computer science and engineering students, faculty and others. His enthusiasm and passion coupled with his caring teaching style enabled many students to go forward, and in some cases beyond, in their academic career. To recognize this dedication, a scholarship has been created in his honor that will be used to provide much needed scholarships for future computer science and engineering students.

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