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Aggies On Wall Street

Aggies On Wall Street provides students with an exceptional learning environment, helping them become top candidates who will secure their career start in investment banking or asset management at leading financial firms. From Wall Street to Main Street, this program provides undergraduates with the knowledge, skills and experience for a successful career. You can prepare future leaders in the financial services industry to follow in the footsteps of Raja Akram ’95 ’97 by funding a scholarship for students in the Aggies On Wall Street program.

Contact: True Brown, Senior Director of Development

Center for Health and Nature

The Center for Health and Nature’s goal is to enhance health and healing through nature. Through partnerships with Houston Methodist Hospital, Texas A&M University and Texan By Nature, the center’s affiliated faculty are discovering nature’s unexpected medicinal qualities and exploring ways to promote immersion in nature alongside healthy eating and physical activity. You can support these researchers and the Center for Health & Nature’s mission as they study incorporating nature into everyday wellness.

Contact: Karen Slater ’88, Assistant Vice President of Development

City and County Governance Program

The Bush School’s City and County Governance Program prepares students in the Master of Public Service and Administration degree program for professional careers in government sectors at the city and county level. The program not only prepares Bush School students but also extends its influence to current city leaders through its annual symposium. You can help empower the next generation of local government leaders with a gift supporting the program.

Contact: Megan Alvear ’21, Assistant Director of Development

Go Baby Go

Students from Texas A&M University’s School of Engineering Medicine and Texas Woman’s University School of Occupational Therapy are creating a significant impact through their two-year collaboration with Go Baby Go, a national organization focused on designing electric wheelchair cars for children with cognitive and mobility disorders. With your support, students can provide essential mobility solutions and newfound independence to children through their partnership with Go Baby Go.

Contact: Cara Haddock, Senior Director of Development

Open Educational Resources/Texas A&M Libraries

The Texas A&M University Libraries are a hub of resources, spaces and professionals supporting the success of research, learning and teaching. The libraries advance student success and partner in innovative research while providing a physical and digital home to all students, staff, faculty and researchers. Open Educational Resources serve as teaching, learning and research resources that provide a low- to no-cost alternative to expensive commercial textbooks for college students. Join us in fostering academic accessibility by supporting the Texas A&M University Libraries’ mission to enrich minds and inspire learning by providing quality information, services and resources.

Contact: Adelle Hedleston ’​88, Development Officer IV

Real Estate

Real estate presents a unique opportunity to make a profound impact at Texas A&M University while reaping significant financial benefits. When you donate property like Peggy and Jim Sims, you not only contribute to the university’s mission but also receive tangible rewards. Whether through an outright gift, a bequest, a charitable remainder unitrust or a retained life estate, your real estate donation can support student scholarships, faculty research, college programs and campus traditions, leaving a lasting legacy at Texas A&M University.

Contact: Tim Walton ’​90, Assistant Vice President for Real Estate Services

Student Scholarships

Texas A&M University maintains its commitment to broadening access and fostering opportunities for deserving students like Miles Huffhines ’24 to receive a transformative education. With a diverse range of scholarships tailored to meet various student needs, from honoring military heroes and academic achievers to supporting underserved populations and facilitating global experiences, you have the opportunity to tailor your scholarship to reflect your preferences. Discover how you can leave a lasting legacy and help students make the most of their time in Aggieland by establishing a scholarship today.

Contact: Al Pulliam ’87, Assistant Vice President of Development

Texas A&M University Press

Texas A&M University Press, with nearly 2,000 peer-reviewed books published in its first 50 years, offers a diverse range of scholarly works in the nonfiction arena. With each publication bearing the trusted Block T logo, the press ensures quality and academic legitimacy, embodying a commitment to excellence that has shaped its reputation over its 50-year history. With your support, Texas A&M University Press can continue to uphold a legacy of excellence through scholarly publications.

Contact: Amy Bacon ’​99, Senior Planned Giving Officer

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