Four Brown Scholars received the 2022 Outstanding Senior Engineering Award. Recipients are selected based on outstanding academic achievement, leadership and character. Congratulations to the following Brown Scholar winners:
Founded by Rebbeca Taylor and her mom Christyn Taylor, its a foundation to serves pediatric pancreatitis patients nation-wide through patient care, medical research and supportive services. Rebbeca’s wish partnered with the national pancreatitis foundation and hosted the first-ever Camp Hope for children suffering with pancreatitis this summer with campers from 15 different states attended.
Sling Health is a Texas A&M student-run med-tech incubator that brings together medical , bussines and enginering undergraduate and graduate students to find solutions to clinical problems. Brown Scholar Sling Health Leadership Officers
Gathright Phi Kappa Phi – Outstanding Junior Gathright Phi Kappa Phi – Dean’s Excellence Award Winners
Thanksgiving week seems the perfect time to mark a milestone in the generous history of the Craig and Galen Brown Foundation. This fall is the 30th anniversary of Brown Scholars. The program is a key reason why Texas A&M University ranks among the best at attracting National Merit Scholars. The family foundation, begun in the […]
Jack Weatherly is the new Craig C. Brown Presidential Endowed Scholarship recipient and received this award in August 2022.
Howdy, Ag! On behalf of The Association of Former Students, the Department of Student Activities and Texas A&M University, it is our distinct privilege to offer sincere congratulations on your selection as a recipient of the 2022 Buck Weirus Spirit Award! This prestigious award annually honors students who demonstrate significant involvement, create positive experiences throughout the […]
Brown Scholars Eric Wang, Jackson Roberson and Jack Delk place 4th in the UTSA Medical-Make-a-thon competition
Brown Scholars Eric Wang, Jackson Roberson and Jack Delk, along with two fellow Aggies, all biomedical engineering majors, placed 4th in the UTSA medical device competition against 28 teams from Rice, UT, UTSA and other universities. Judges included surgeons, and medical and engineering professionals. Whoop!
You don’t want to miss this article about Rebecca Taylor, a first-year engineering student at Texas A&M University. She and her mother, Christyn Taylor (Class of ’98,) were honored Thursday with the Robin Bush Award, which is given annually to those who make a major contribution to improving the lives of children. It’s named for […]