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Tabitha H. Kavalew '91 | Image: Contributed by Ken C. Kavalew '89
Ken C. Kavalew '89 has established the Tabitha H. Kavalew '91 Memorial Aerospace Engineering Scholarship. This endowment will be used to provide one or more scholarships to full-time students in good standing pursuing an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering at Texas A&M University.
Kavalew says he was interested in Texas A&M because of its excellent engineering program, rich history and traditions. “As a mechanical engineering graduate I was able to join DuPont right out of school,” he said. “The Aggie network at DuPont has helped me have access to opportunities that I otherwise don't believe would be available to me.”
Kavalew says his late wife, Tabitha, was the inspiration behind this gift. “My wife Tabitha passed away in August of 2015 after a long, but hard-fought, battle with breast cancer,” he said.
Both graduates of Texas A&M, Kavalew says his and Tabitha’s love of the university contributed to his decision to establish the scholarship with Texas A&M in aerospace engineering. “The endowment is in honor of my wife’s love of A&M, aerospace engineering and work with NASA at the Johnson Space Center,” Kavalew said. “I want future recipients of the scholarship to be inspired by her and her hard work and passion for space exploration by either choosing a career with NASA or a partner company.”
The couple has two children, and Kavalew hopes they can be involved with their mother’s endowment for years to come. “My kids and I want to get to know the future recipients of the scholarship,” he said. “We hope this scholarship will help reduce the burden of college tuition so future recipients can focus on their school work.”

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The College of Engineering is one of the leading engineering programs in the United States, ranking first in undergraduate enrollment and ninth in graduate enrollment. Endowments supporting the students in the college have an immeasurable impact on their education. If you are interested in supporting the College of Engineering or would like more information on how you can give, please contact Stephanie Lampe, director of development.