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Two former students have established the Doug ’99 and Angie Turk ‘99 Endowed Scholarship. This endowment will be used to provide one or more scholarships to full-time students in good standing pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Department of  Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution at Texas A&M University.
 
Both Doug and Angie were drawn to Texas A&M by the rich traditions and tight-knit student body that the university offered. “Our time at Texas A&M has greatly impacted both of our careers,” Doug said. “It provided an experience that was second to none, has opened countless doors as former students and established a deep-rooted appreciation for the fightin' Texas Aggies.”
 
Doug said his time spent in the College of Engineering taught him the importance of teamwork and allowed him to gain valuable exposure to some of the best curriculum in the academic world.
 
Doug and Angie note that they have been interested in giving back to the university for some time. “We first met in a history class in the Harrington Education Center our freshman year. Our interest in giving back was inspired by our shared Aggie experience,” Doug said. “Since then, the Aggie spirit has always held a special place in our marriage and in the lives of our children.”
 
As for the impact their gift will have, Doug and Angie hope it will help others to experience the true meaning of being a part of the Aggie family. “Our bond as Aggies is something that really can't be explained. From your first time on the third deck at Kyle Field, that first trip to the lawn at Blue Bell (Park), to Ring Dance and Elephant Walk. There is no other experience like the one we embark on as Aggies,” Doug said.
 
Ultimately, Doug and Angie hope their gift will help build upon the Aggie legacy for years to come. “We want to help our university continue to lead the way in engineering and STEM education,” Doug said.
 
Since Angie taught middle school math for several years and Doug is an electrical engineer, they felt the Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology (MXET) STEM Educator program was very fitting to fund their first scholarship. The couple has two children, and although they are not yet old enough for college, they regularly attend Aggie sports and other events as a family.

Giving with a purpose

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 and its departments or would like more information on how you can give, please contact Hannah Walker, assistant director of development.