Twenty-Five Years of Student Success


While interviewing high school seniors for the prestigious Craig and Galen Brown Foundation (“Brown Foundation”) scholarships at Texas A&M, Craig Brown ’75 always asks, “What is your definition of a college education?”

The answer, said Craig, founder and chairman of Bray International and a graduate of Texas A&M with an undergraduate degree in civil engineering and an MBA in accounting and finance, is important because, “I want students to understand that academics is just 50 percent of a college education. The other 50 percent is developing relationships and people, communication and leadership skills. Your success in life is heavily dependent on these abilities, not just your academic prowess.”

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