February 12, 2020
Sam Buford ‘68 attended Texas A&M University before the College of Liberal Arts existed on campus. Today, he encourages bright students like his daughter to study the liberal arts.
January 12, 2020
After growing up in Texas A&M’s backyard, this successful lawyer proudly gives back to the university that launched his law career.
December 12, 2019
This servant-hearted Aggie is on her way to becoming a U.S. ambassador and is passionate about being a voice for underrepresented students.
November 12, 2019
As we close in on the Vision 2020 campaign, Charles Gregory ‘64 reflects on the importance of supporting the liberal arts to place Texas A&M among top ranked public universities.
October 12, 2019
As businesses owners, Helen and her late husband Roger ‘52 had great success. Helen credits the liberal arts with preparing them for their careers.
June 1, 2018
Rebecca and Bobby Boenigk '77 have recently established the Rebecca and Bobby Boenigk '77 Scholars in Liberal Arts Endowment in honor of their children and their time at the College of Liberal Arts.
May 1, 2018
Carol A. Snowden '82 and her husband, Jim, recently established the Carol Austin Snowden ’82 Endowed Study Abroad Scholarship with the help of a matching gift from the John Tom Campbell ’45 Endowed Scholarship Program Fund for the benefit of undergraduate students pursuing a degree in the liberal arts.
April 2, 2018
James and Bonnie Creel have established the Bonnie R. '10 and James Creel '69 Fellowship for the benefit of full-time students pursuing their Ph.D. in Communication.
December 1, 2017
Having received a bachelor’s degree in history from Texas A&M University, Samuel R. Gammon III '44 created the Gammon Family Endowment in History to support transformational teaching and innovative research in the department. The gift was made to honor the memory of both his father and older brother.
October 2, 2017
Jack Benson '63 and his wife, Carol, have together established the Carol A. and Jack L. Benson Study Abroad Scholarship to help Liberal Arts students travel internationally to interact with people of different cultures and perspectives. This gift will have a significant impact as the College of Liberal Arts is a leader in study abroad at Texas A&M, sending between 800 and 900 students to other countries every year.