Giving to Geosciences

jfalksJack Falks, Director of DevelopmentSince its founding, the College of Geosciences has been a national leader in geosciences education and research. Dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and outreach, the College focuses on the physical, biological and human systems of our planet and the ways in which they interact. Our students graduate well-grounded in the basics and trained in their specialties on state-of-the-art equipment by outstanding tenured and tenure-track faculty. The faculty of the College make fundamental scholarly contributions to teaching and understanding the physical, biological and human forces that control global systems.

Endowed Chairs & Professorships

The College of Geosciences is fortunate to have a number of generous, capable, and committed benefactors who have made significant gifts to the College. These have allowed the establishment of 10 Endowed Chairs and 9 Endowed Professorships. For more information on how you can endow a chair or professorship, contact College Development Director Jack Falks '85 at 979.862.4944 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Funding Priorities

Private support is essential to the College's continuing quest to preserve and expand excellence in its teaching, research and outreach programs. We need to continually strengthen the public/private partnership to support the quality instruction and student development that has distinguished geosciences education at Texas A&M University for more than a century. An array of possibilities exists in the College for former students to be part of this quest. For more information contact College Development Director, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it '85.

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