The Texas A&M former students who host the podcast say listening to the perspectives of others while practicing empathy can bring the Aggie community closer together.
Thousands of Aggies and their families will attend over 15 reunions this fall and spring.
All three recipients are being honored posthumously.
The awards are co-sponsored by Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students.
Attendance is limited to 300 students, faculty and staff. COVID-19 guidelines will be in place.
The honor from recognizes 12 former students who have graduated in the past 12 years for demonstrating excellence in business and service, while representing Texas A&M’s core values.
The award is given jointly by the women's former student network and the Office of the President.
Since the inception of the award in 1962, only 303 of Texas A&M’s 527,000 former students have been recognized with the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
The Aggie Pride LGBTQ Network is the 12th Constituent Network to be chartered by The Association of Former Students.
The award recognizes students for their outstanding contributions to student life programs at Texas A&M.