Murphy Smith, accounting professor at Texas A&M’s Mays Business School, was presented the Distinguished Teaching Award by the Academy of Educational Leadership.
To honor the memory and spirit of their 6-year-old grandson who seemed destined to be an Aggie, Patricia and Warren Kirksey of Lockhart have established the Spencer Patton Squire Memorial Scholarship.
The JCAP is a recruiting program for the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M designed for qualified JROTC, CAP, Young Marine and Sea Cadets in their junior and senior year of high school.
The Department of Student Financial Aid has announced the launch of a new financial literacy program, “The Money Wise Aggie.”
Mary Shaw-Ridley has been named director of the Center for the Study of Health Disparities.
Frank Larkin had a personal goal in life to endow a Sul Ross Scholarship on the 50th anniversary of his graduation from Texas A&M University and he did it.
The Memorial Ring Collection is an assemblage of rings given by the families of deceased students from the classes of 1965 and later.
Poppy and William McCarty of Amarillo gave $25,000 to the Texas A&M Foundation to establish the Elinor F. and William A. McCarty ’57 Sul Ross Scholarship.
Texas A&M University is gearing up to begin its new University Studies Degree with the start of the fall semester, offering students the opportunity to have more flexibility.
The first day of class isn’t until next Monday (Aug. 27), but incoming freshmen in the Corps of Cadets reported to their units Sunday (Aug. 19) to start Freshmen Orientation Week.