The Craig & Galen Brown Foundation (“Brown Foundation”) awards undergraduate and EnMed graduate scholarships to students who achieve National Merit status, have demonstrated leadership and service to others, attend Texas A&M University (“A&M”) and pursue STEM and Business majors, and pre-EnMed students pursue engineering majors.
from Texas A&M University
Attending Texas A&M University
Admitted to EnMed using the E2EnMed Early Assurance pathway for high school students.
Posted a cumulative 4.0 GPA in 2021-2022 academic year
The average Brown Scholar GPA is 3.85
Posted a 4.0 GPA for the 2021-2022 academic year
In my 35 years as a professional in industry, academia, and the national government, my experience with the Brown Foundation stands out among all education-supportive philanthropic institutions that I have encountered. The commitment of its principals, Craig Brown and Sue Smith, to advancing excellence in education and productive careers is exceptional. They are creative thinkers and impassioned doers. An example is their proposal to create and fund the forward-looking Early To EnMed program, known as E2EnMed. This identifies students among National Merit Scholars who exhibit great character, an outstanding achievement trajectory and want to pursue engineering and medicine. The Brown Foundation provides qualified students with a full TAMU undergraduate scholarship and subsequent graduate scholarship for our unique EnMed program in the Intercollegiate School of Engineering Medicine. Such students are supported through eight years of schooling, earning a BS (4 years), and simultaneous MD and Engineering Masters degrees (4years). Perhaps most importantly, these stellar students promise to emerge as even more stellar medical innovators, taught to invent solutions to medical challenges. The overarching goal is to trailblaze the next generation of medical transformers and the Brown Foundation, through its incredible generosity and ardent devotion to a better future, is helping to lead the way.
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