Giving enhances educational achievement and supports the students, faculty and programs that impact the quality of education and health-related services for the state and nation. By becoming a partner with the College of Education and Human Development, you will be making an investment in the future of education across Texas and the nation. You will help ensure that the college continues to recruit the best faculty and prepare the brightest students so they can become future educators and leaders in their fields.
The Dean¹s Development Council in the College of Education and Human Development provides an opportunity to serve as an ambassador on behalf of the college. Council members serve as liaisons between the college and the community, helping to secure resources to further the college¹s mission and promote excellence in education.
Interested in serving? Contact Erin Kleinecke at ekleinecke [at] tamu.edu or 979-845-5355.
For some students, a scholarship may make the difference in whether or not they can achieve their dream of earning a college degree. You can transform lives through education as a scholarship donor, and the impact of your generosity will be felt for generations to come.
Faculty Fellowships recognize outstanding faculty for their contributions in the scholarships of discovery, teaching and service. With your support, the college can reach its goal of establishing 12 fellowships across the college, awarding three in each of the four departments.
Endowed chairs provide department heads with the ability to assist in the development and implementation of innovative teaching and research initiatives, including technology-mediated instruction, study abroad programs and graduate student/faculty research projects. With your help, we can support the leadership and development of programs in two of our departments — Department of Educational Administration & Human Resource Development and Department of Educational Psychology.
With the demolition of the Read building planned for 2013, the Department of Health and Kinesiology is looking for a permanent home to support their teaching and research activities. Premier lab and teaching space would positively impact the undergraduate and graduate education of the department and allow researchers to continue to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues in the areas of health, exercise and nutrition.