Dr. Kevin Gamache ’12 and his wife, Rita, honor two impactful College of Arts and Sciences professors in what became a watershed moment for their lives and future Aggies.

The country music stars, both Texas A&M graduates with majors housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, performed as part of the 41@100 celebration in honor of President George H.W. Bush.

Chemists from the two campuses commemorated their shared 20-year legacy of excellence in education and research across continents and disciplines during a daylong symposium, held May 25 in College Station.

Melbern G. Glasscock ’59 and Jon Hagler ’58 embody selfless service by contributing matching funds toward a significant gift to support faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Junior mathematics major Kevin Le '25 is one of three Texas A&M students selected to receive $15,000 scholarships from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation honoring the nation's best and brightest scholars in STEM.

Texas A&M Chemistry is rolling out the maroon carpet this week for two days of back-to-back symposia celebrating all things graduate student education, research, service and networking, graciously underwritten by private support and gifts of time from former students and industry partners alike.

Texas A&M junior psychology major Sanaa Stough-Lacking '25 is one of two Aggies recognized this year with the preeminent award for undergraduate students who conduct research in the natural sciences, mathematics or engineering.


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