February 28, 2019
In honor of the end of 2019 Black History Month, we remember the life and legacy of first African American drum major and College of Liberal Arts former student, Kevin Phillip Roberts.
November 1, 2018
Inspired by his own experiences in the Corps of Cadets and generous donors that gave him scholarships, Kyle Bolton '11 decided to give back to the squadron that gave him so much as a student.
September 28, 2018
Two former students from the College of Liberal Arts are the owners of Market 1023, a shop full of unique vendor products located in Downtown Bryan.
July 2, 2018
Through the ExxonMobil's 3:1 higher education matching program for employees and retirees, Dr. Ray and Beverly Mentzer were able to fuel the Rebecca F. Mentzer ‘16 Endowed Scholarship, in honor of their daughter, Rebecca.
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.
March 1, 2018
Inspired by his relationship with a first-generation student, Brian Smith '92, and his wife Stacy '94, have established the Stacy A. ‘94 and Brian E. Smith ‘92 Endowed Scholarship in Liberal Arts to benefit first-generation students in the College of Liberal Arts.
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.
November 1, 2017
Dr. David Chapman '67 believes the key to being a good historian is curiosity, a quality he hopes to see in the recipients of the endowed Dr. David L. Chapman ‘67 Graduate Fellowship. Chapman established the fellowship to benefit graduate students in the History Department.
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.
September 1, 2017
Mary and James Crawley '47 recently created an endowment to fund scholarships for students studying theatre or music and for Liberal Arts students studying abroad.