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Thanks to the many generous supporters of our school, we have been creating and shaping leaders in education and health for almost 50 years, fearlessly tackling the issues of our time.
And with your continued support, we will forge ahead — discovering, innovating, supporting, and continuing to lead.
Your Impact Makes a Difference
From a very young age, my mom and grandparents instilled in me that college was the answer to attaining a good life. They didn’t want me to repeat their lives—lives filled with intense labor and immense stress because no matter how long or hard they toiled, they could never make ends meet.
-Merari Boffil ’18
Why I Give: Ellen and Rod ’63 Thornton are Called to Serve
A teacher and principal. A veteran and former intelligence operative. Together, Ellen and Rod ’63 Thornton have spent decades working to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities. Even though they are technically retired today, they still give back to their community and Texas A&M University.
CDD Highlights Disability Resources for Brazos Valley Families
The Center on Disability and Development (CDD) hosted the annual Bravos Valley Disability Conference and Resource Fair, providing families with access to disability-related services, presentations, resources and community organizations.
Coaching the Next Generation
The Thornton-McFerrin Coaching Academy is addressing the shortage of coaches in schools across Texas and the nation through its Undergraduate Coaching Certificate Program, which offers students the unique opportunity to earn a coaching certificate and gain experience while completing their undergraduate degrees.
Former Students in the News
Former Texas A&M University student and adjunct faculty member Elisabeth Luevanos guides Milano Elementary School to National Blue Ribbon recognition as the district’s superintendent.
Former student Tyler Pickle’s journey to Emmy Stardom
Six former students were honored at SEHD’s annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala.
Seven outstanding leaders in education, athletics, physical therapy and law enforcement were recognized at the School of Education and Human Development’s 2022 Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala
Texas A&M University is offering help to students in Uvalde, Texas following last month’s tragedy at Robb Elementary School.
When Rebecca Buckland ’09 had her ring stolen, student teacher Sarah Adams ’21 called on the Aggie family to replace it.
Six alumni of the college will be recognized for their professional achievements and college-wide impact at the 2021 Outstanding Alumni Gala on Friday, Oct. 22 at the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center.
Twenty years ago 38 passenger planes were forced to reroute to Gander, Newfoundland amid terror attacks in New York City and Washington. The small Canadian town became a refuge for nearly 6,700 stranded passengers.
Homeless youth across the U.S. experience many obstacles as a result of their circumstance. In Hawaii, they face additional challenges that are unique to the state.
Dr. Robin Rackley was in her second year of teaching at North Zulch ISD when Stephanie Deskin was in her first-grade class.