Dean César O. Malavé is delivering degrees at the homes of this year's 105 graduates after COVID-19 prevented an in-person ceremony.
The event's theme is “Emerging STRONGer: Celebrating Resilience, Renewal, and Return."
The floral art exhibition features quilts, paintings and art glass.
Every Aggie has a story, and a few graduates shared theirs this week Reed Arena ceremonies.
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He will oversee administration of the college and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station while a national search is conducted to fill the positions.
Geosciences graduate Erin Sherman has helped conduct research for NASA and NOAA while at Texas A&M.
The university is about halfway through awarding a record number of degrees this spring.
The award was established by former trustee Melbern Glasscock '59 and his wife, Susanne.
College of Architecture professor Rodney Hill, who came to Texas A&M in 1969 and designed the university’s mace, influenced thousands of Aggies during his tenure.