Former White House Chief of Staff and Secretary of Transportation Andrew Card to serve as interim CEO; nationwide search underway.
Trevor Aldridge '08, No. 2 pilot in the Air Force's aerial demonstration squadron, flew over cities from coast to coast as a salute to essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Staff and students at Texas A&M's Veteran Resource & Support Center remind us what Memorial Day is really about.
Jim Johnson, a world-renowned educator of floral design, died earlier this month.
Money Magazine puts Mays at No. 8 in its listing of the country’s top colleges for business.
Michael Pia comes to the Foundation from the Teacher Retirement System of Texas where he served in the Investment Management Division.
The leader in statistical and environmental forensics died Thursday at the age of 71.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved $79.3 million for the complex, which will support research and technology development that will modernize the Army.
After the death of their son, Tanya and T.J. Gillespie moved to College Station and opened Taylor's Place, a nonprofit that provides free accommodations for families of Aggies and a home-like environment for students.
The recognizes outstanding graduating Aggie seniors who succeeded in college despite experiencing personal or family financial challenges.