Every gift makes an impact. Here’s a look at how some of your gifts are benefiting Texas A&M University students, faculty, colleges and programs.
$25 Million for 25 by 25
A $25 million gift from the Zachry Group will support construction of the Engineering Education Complex as well as establish the Zachry Leadership Program and the Zachry Group Professor of Practice within the Department of Mechanical Engineering.Read More
A $1 million gift from Patricia and Weldon Kruger ’53 will aid construction of the Music Activities Center, a new state-of-the-art home for more than 1,300 students who participate in music activities at Texas A&M.Read More
Big Plans for Planned Gift
A sizable planned gift of retirement assets from Drs. Carolyn ’69 and Thomas Adair III ’57 will support student activities, the Department of Physics and the Texas A&M University Coaching Academy.Read More
Setting the Bahr High
Gina and Anthony Bahr ’91 contributed a $550,000 professorship to support the teaching, research and professional development activities of a Mays Business School faculty member.Read More
Through best-in-class laboratories and distinguished professors, I’ve been provided a world-class engineering education at Texas A&M. The Zachry Group’s generous gift will enable future Aggie leaders and innovators to pursue the educational foundation needed to achieve their goals and impact tomorrow’s world.
-Adam Stacy ’15
Recipient of the Zachry Distinguished Student Scholarship
Music provides a medium for communication that is timeless and unbounded by language. Musical opportunities at Texas A&M are instrumental to my success and allow me to pursue a degree while maintaining a huge passion of mine. This gift will help give Aggie musicians the home they deserve to perform at the highest possible levels.
-Ross Bodeker ’17
Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band
The Coaching Academy is a great resource for students who want to become coaches. The academy will elevate Texas A&M not only as a place where student athletes can compete, but also where they can prepare to transition from player to coach.
-Kirby Ennis ’13
Former Texas A&M defensive tackle,
Coaching Academy participant
I’ve had a rich and rewarding career at Texas A&M over the past 20 years. The recognition provided by the Bahr professorship is a wonderful honor, both as an acknowledgement of these efforts, and as an encouragement going forward to expand and deepen these activities. Professorships are important in so many ways: recruitment and retention of top faculty; support to faculty scholarship; and training and mentoring the next generation of Aggies.
Professor of Management,
Gina and Anthony Bahr '91 Professor of Business