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From current and former students to faculty, staff, and donors, phenomenal people aren't merely the exception in the College of Science; they're the rule.
Ashley Hayden '19
For Texas A&M senior biology major Ashley Hayden '19, college has proven to be one accomplishment-filled learning experience after another — an invaluable season of transition set to culminate in May in a fulfilled promise she made to her mother as a high school senior.Learn More
Greg Day ’19
Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. candidate Gregory Day ’19 is one of 70 recipients nationwide of a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program Award — the first Texas A&M student to earn selection thus far in the program's five-year history.Learn More
A PIONEERING CATALYST
Texas A&M chemist and 2017 National Academy of Sciences member Marcetta Darensbourg has been selected to receive the 2019 Willard Gibbs Award, presented by the American Chemical Society Chicago Section to recognize exceptional individuals whose pioneering work has opened new fields of chemical research.Learn More
Ahmed Mahmoud ’87
Ahmed Mahmoud '87 transformed his love of physics into innovative leadership at General Motors, where his team develops technology to predict vehicular malfunctions before they happen. Learn more about Mahmoud and his insights into technology for the future.Learn More