A San Antonio couple has committed a substantial planned donation that will establish the Melissa and John Kauth â€™77 Endowed Scholarship in Business. Distributions from the fund will be used to provide four-year scholarships to full-time students at Mays Business School. Preference will be given to applicants who are Regents Scholars’ students. Mr. Kauth received […]
A recent gift to support two high-priority programs will support Mays Business School students for years to come. A total of $550,000 has been provided to establish the Cathy and William W. Davis â€™75 MBA Fellowship and the Cathy and William W. Davis â€™75 Endowed Business Honors Scholarship Program. â€œIn talking with the leadership at […]
Texas A&M University and its Full-Time MBA program are dear to the hearts of Kevin McEvoy and his wife Maria, so they wanted to assist students enrolled in the program. They committed a $300,000 gift to establish the Maria B. and Michael K. McEvoy â€™79 MBA Fellowship fund at Mays Business School to support veterans […]
M. Ann and Charles P. â€™82 Manning have committed gifts to Mays Business School, two other Texas A&M University colleges and the 12th Man Foundation. The funds for the gifts will be generated through a retirement account and a revocable living trust.
Since graduating from Texas A&M in the early 1980s, Kris â€™81 and Bruce â€™83 Petersen have been involved in the life of their alma mater in a variety of ways.
Don Davisâ€™ sense of Aggie pride and appreciation for the core values of Texas A&M have driven him to give back multiple times to his alma mater. Already a supporter of the Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Olsen Field renovation, Davis decided he would like to make another gift to Texas A&M â€“ this time to Mays Business School.
Robert (Bob) A. Rinn â€™75 knew for many years that he wanted to leave part of his estate to Texas A&M through his will. After meeting with a financial consultant, Rinn decided to make a planned gift by assigning the Texas A&M Foundation as a beneficiary of one of his life insurance policies. His gift of $267,000 established the Robert A. Rinn â€™75 Energy Accounting/Tax Education Endowment.
Stephanie Anderson says her grandmotherâ€™s ambition for her family to be attend and graduate from college changed the trajectory of her family; and this objective has carried on in Stephanie and her husbandâ€™s charitable mission statement to help other families change their trajectories through education.
An MBA is the most common advanced degree for business school graduates, but a Juris Doctor is a close second. Mays Business School students who are pursuing law school will receive financial assistance through a new scholarship: The Joy W. â€™88 and Nathan P. Moore â€™89 Endowed Award. Funded by a $100,000 gift from Joy and Nathan Moore, the award is designated for a Mays student who has been accepted into a law school and will support studies at that law school.
When he committed $25,000 to create the Eric R. Wylie â€™93 Business Student Council Leadership Endowed Scholarship fund, Wylie joked that he wanted the scholarship to go to someone like himself: A finance major and a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets.