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More than 420 donors, students, faculty and staff attended the banquet in the Bethancourt Ballroom in the Memorial Student Center. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering Communications

The J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University honored some of its most outstanding students at the 2019-20 Donor Recognition and Scholarship/Fellowship Banquet on Nov. 7.

More than 420 donors, students, faculty and staff attended the banquet in the Bethancourt Ballroom in the Memorial Student Center, where 381 graduate and undergraduate students received support for their academics. In total, the scholarships, fellowships and awards totaled more than $1 million.

The department also recognized 19 students with seven awards, including the J. Mike Walker '66 Impact Awards and the James J. Cain '51 Awards.

Department leaders expressed thanks to donors for their support and to students who have excelled in their programs.