The strength of the undergraduate and graduate programs in Chemistry at Texas A&M is reflected in the success of our former students. As professional mentors, donors, and recruiters our alumni play a crucial role in maintaining our status as a highly ranked chemistry program.
Sharon and Dr. David Russell Scholarship
David Russell, internationally recognized for his research in mass spectrometry, has made significant contributions to both the Department of Chemistry and the University during his 38-year career. The Sharon R. and David H. Russell Endowed Scholarship that will be awarded to outstanding entering Ph. D. graduate students in analytical or experimental physical chemistry. Funds from the endowment will also support current graduate students who have been advanced to candidacy to cover travel expenses for a presentation of their research at a national or international conference. We are asking you to please join us to both honor David's professional career and ensure a lasting impact on future graduate students in our analytical and experimental physical chemistry programs.
Dr. Wayne Goodman Memorial Professorship in Chemistry
The late Professor D. Wayne Goodman was a distinguished and internationally recognized Texas A&M chemist whose many pioneering achievements helped revolutionize the fields of surface science and heterogeneous catalysis. He was also a beloved colleague who made significant contributions to our department during his 24-year career at A&M. We are committed to establishing the Dr. Wayne Goodman Memorial Professorship in Chemistry. Please join us in honoring Wayne’s memory by helping to endow this professorship to recruit and retain bright, young, faculty who will elevate the intellectual stature of department and mentor a new generation of students.
Matthew P. Rowan '04 Endowed Study Abroad Scholarship
Texas A&M chemistry graduate Dr. Matthew P. Rowan '04 was committed to helping others. Despite his young age, he already was enjoying a successful and promising dual career as a dynamic researcher for the United States Army and a popular college chemistry professor in the San Antonio area when his life was cut short in a July 30, 2016, hot air balloon accident near Lockhart, Texas.
Rowan’s legacy of commitment will live on through future generations of Aggie students pursuing their own STEM careers with the same passion and success that he epitomized, thanks to multiple endowments established in tribute through the Texas A&M Foundation, including one to support study abroad experiences in chemistry.
Texas A&M has more students studying abroad than any other public university in the nation, according to a report by the Institute of International Education (IIE). The choices are almost as varied as the student and the desired experience, which can be as short as a week or as long as an academic year.
Join Texas A&M Chemistry in our commitment to study abroad and to honoring Matt's memory by helping us create a world of possibility for Aggie chemistry students interested in expanding their career and cultural horizons through study abroad.
The Chemistry Excellence Fund consists of non-endowed funds that can be used at the discretion of the department head to enhance the programs and activities of the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M.Give Now
Your gift will allow the Chemistry Road Show or the Chemistry Open House to amaze K-12 students across Texas with the wonders of chemistry and heighten their interest in science.Chemistry Road Show
The Chemistry Road Show is a traveling, free public service program. Our aim is that students will remember the excitement and surprises of chemistry they feel during our demonstrations!Chemistry Open House
Every year Texas A&M's Department of Chemistry hosts a free and open to the public Chemistry Open House to celebrate National Chemistry Week. The Chemistry Open House features the popular Chemistry Road Show, guided lab tours, hands-on and computer activities
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