List of Texas A&M University people

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The list of Texas A&M University people includes notable alumni, faculty, and affiliates of Texas A&M University. The term Texas Aggie, which comes from Texas A&M's history as an agricultural school, refers to students and alumni of Texas A&M. The class year of each alumnus indicates the projected undergraduate degree award year designation, although the actual year may differ. At Texas A&M and within its student culture, the term "former student" is more commonly used than "alumni".

Texas A&M alumni[edit]

Armed forces[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Ashy, Joseph W.Joseph W. Ashy 1962 Former United States Air Force General [1]
Bruce, A.D.A.D. Bruce 1916 Former president of the University of Houston; former United States Army Major General; founded Fort Hood [2]
Carswell, Jr., Horace S.Horace S. Carswell, Jr. 1938 Medal of Honor recipient; namesake of Carswell Air Force Base near Fort Worth, Texas [3]
Caruana, Patrick P.Patrick P. Caruana 1972 Former United States Air Force Lieutenant General [4]
Fowler, Thomas W.Thomas W. Fowler 1943 Medal of Honor recipient [5]
Fraser III, William M.William M. Fraser III 1974 Former United States Air Force General [6]
Gamble, Patrick K.Patrick K. Gamble 1967 Former United States Air Force General [7]
Gay, Jr., George H.George H. Gay, Jr. 1938 Former TBD Devastator pilot; sole survivor of Torpedo Squadron 8 during the attack on the Japanese fleet in the Battle of Midway [8]
Harrell, William G.William G. Harrell 1943 Medal of Honor recipient [9]
Hornburg, Hal M.Hal M. Hornburg 1968 Former United States Air Force General [10]
Hughes, Lloyd HerbertLloyd Herbert Hughes 1943 Medal of Honor recipient [9]
Keathley, George D.George D. Keathley 1937 Medal of Honor recipient [11]
Leonard, Turney W.Turney W. Leonard 1942 Medal of Honor recipient [12]
McDowell, Charles T.Charles T. McDowell 1943 Professor Emeritus of Russian and former director of the Center for Post-Soviet and East European Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington [13]
Moseley, Teed MichaelTeed Michael Moseley 1971 Former Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force [14]
Murray, Raymond L.Raymond L. Murray 1935 Former United States Marine Corps Major General [15]
Robbins, Jay T.Jay T. Robbins 1940 Former United States Air Force Lieutenant General; fighter ace with 22 aerial victories in the Pacific Ocean theater of World War II [16]
Rudder, James EarlJames Earl Rudder 1932 Former United States Army Major General; 16th president of Texas A&M University [17]
Schriever, Bernard AdolphBernard Adolph Schriever 1931 Former United States Air Force General; former Commander of Air Force Systems Command; namesake of Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado [18]
Stroud, Jr., Ansel M.Ansel M. Stroud, Jr. U.S. Army major general and adjutant general of the Louisiana National Guard from 1980 to 1997 [19]
Sylvester, John B.John B. Sylvester 1967 Former United States Army Lieutenant General; former NATO Assistant Chief of Staff in Bosnia and Herzegovina [20]
Weyland, Otto P.Otto P. Weyland 1923 Former United States Air Force General; former Commander of Tactical Air Command [21]
Whiteley, Eli L.Eli L. Whiteley 1941 Medal of Honor recipient [22]
Williams, Robert B.Robert B. Williams 1923 World War II US Army Air Corps Major General; led raid on Schweinfurt [23]
A.D. Bruce, former United States Lieutenant general

Arts[edit]

Art and architecture[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Bugbee, Harold DowHarold Dow Bugbee 1921 Artist [24]
Malina, FrankFrank Malina 1934 Aeronautical engineer and artist [25]
Withers, Margaret AnnMargaret Ann Withers Artist and poet

Film, television, and theater[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Decker, Mary BethMary Beth Decker 2003 Actress and model; former cast member of MTV's Road Rules and Road Rules: South Pacific [26]
Yarlagadda, ShobuShobu Yarlagadda 1994 Notable Indian film producer, Co-founder and CEO of Arka Mediaworks
Gras, PatriciaPatricia Gras 1983 CBS television anchor and Emmy Award winner [27]
Hardin, TyTy Hardin 1959 Actor, star of TV series Bronco [28]
Madison, MarthaMartha Madison 1999 Actress best known as Belle Black in Days of Our Lives [29]
McCanlies, TimTim McCanlies Filmmaker, directed Secondhand Lions and wrote screenplay for The Iron Giant [30]
McQueen, TanyaTanya McQueen Actress
Mitchell-Smith, IlanIlan Mitchell-Smith Actor
Murphy, MelindaMelinda Murphy 1986 The Early Show correspondent and Emmy Award winner [31]
Thornton, TiffanyTiffany Thornton Actress known for her role as Tawni in Sonny With a Chance
Torn, RipRip Torn 1952 Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning actor, films including Men in Black, The Cincinnati Kid, Defending Your Life, Cross Creek, Down Periscope and television series The Larry Sanders Show [32]
Wolfe, DustyDusty Wolfe 2012 Former professional wrestler with the WWF, WCW, WCCW, and NWA territories [33]

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Journalism and literature[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Allen, DanDan Allen Comedian
Baldwin, JeremyJeremy Baldwin 2009 Philosopher
Boortz, NealNeal Boortz 1967 Libertarian radio personality and host of The Neal Boortz Show [34]
Cox, Richard L.Richard L. Cox 1992 Author [35]
Cronin, AndrewAndrew Cronin 2009 Entrepreneur
Dawson, GeralynGeralyn Dawson Romance novelist
Flores, DanDan Flores Pre-1980 Historian of the American West at University of Montana at Missoula [36]
Harrison, PaynePayne Harrison Author
Humphreys, Hubert D.Hubert D. Humphreys 1953 Historian, archivist, oral historian, affiliated with Louisiana State University in Shreveport [37]
Lutz, RussellRussell Lutz Science-fiction author
Martin, RolandRoland Martin 1991 CNN journalist [38][39]
Rodenberger, Lou HalsellLou Halsell Rodenberger Scholar of women writers [40]
Wells, MarthaMartha Wells 1986 Fantasy and science-fiction author
White, Lowell MickLowell Mick White Fiction writer
Wolfe, GeneGene Wolfe Science-fiction author
Lincecum, Jerry B.Jerry B. Lincecum Emeritus Professor of English and author, affiliated with Austin College in Sherman, Texas [41]
Gould, StevenSteven Gould Science-fiction author

Music[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Barnard, ShaneShane Barnard 1998 Christian musician [42]
Castro, JasonJason Castro 2008 American Idol contestant [43]
Creager, RogerRoger Creager 1993 Country musician [44]
Everett, ShaneShane Everett 1993 Christian musician
Keen, Robert EarlRobert Earl Keen 1978 Country musician [45]
Lovett, LyleLyle Lovett 1979 Country musician; four-time Grammy Award winner [45]
Needham, JimmyJimmy Needham 2007 Christian musician [46]
Tomlin, ChrisChris Tomlin 1994 Christian musician [47]
Trevino, RickRick Trevino 1994 Country musician [48]
Smith, GrangerGranger Smith 2002 Country musician

Pageantry[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Blair, CarissaCarissa Blair 1996 Miss Texas USA (1999); Miss Texas Teen USA (1992) [49]
Dalzell, LisaLisa Dalzell 2001 Miss Texas (2002) [50]
Krueger, KandaceKandace Krueger 2002 Miss USA (2001) [51]
Whittaker, MeganMegan Whittaker 2016 Miss Teen America (2016)
Robinson, RebeccaRebecca Robinson 2002 Miss Texas (2008)
Ryman, SherriSherri Ryman Miss Texas (1981) [50]
Tomes, KimberlyKimberly Tomes Miss USA (1976); Miss Universe finalist [49]

Business[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Al-Falih, KhalidKhalid Al-Falih 1982 Former CEO and current Chairman of the Board of Saudi Aramco[52] [53]
Arguindegui, PeterPeter Arguindegui 1953 Oilman; member of the Laredo City Council 1960-1976 [54]
Bonsignore, MichaelMichael Bonsignore 1969 Former chairman and chief executive officer of Honeywell [55][56]
Carr, Hal N.Hal N. Carr 1943 Former president of North Central Airlines [57]
Crisman, O. WayneO. Wayne Crisman 1938 Former president, chief executive officer, and chairman of Gulf Oil [58]
Davis, Jr., Don H.Don H. Davis, Jr. 1961 Former chief executive officer of Rockwell International [59]
Ford, FrankFrank Ford 1955 Founder of Arrowhead Mills [60]
Foster, JoeJoe Foster 1957 Chairman of Tenneco Oil Company
Girouard, MarvinMarvin Girouard 1961 Former chief executive officer of Pier 1 Imports [61]
Harris, BrittBritt Harris 1980 Chief investment officer of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas; former chief executive officer of Bridgewater Associates [62]
Kelsey, MavisMavis Kelsey 1932 Original partner of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic [63]
Khelil, ChakibChakib Khelil 1968 Algerian Minister for Energy and Mines; former president of Sonatrach and OPEC [64]
LeBlanc, RitaRita LeBlanc 2001 Owner and executive vice president of the New Orleans Saints [65][66]
Mays, LowryLowry Mays 1957 Co-founder of Clear Channel Communications [67]
Mitchell, George P.George P. Mitchell 1940 Founder and former chief executive officer of Mitchell Energy and Development (subsequently acquired by Devon Energy); pioneer of fracking; real estate developer [68]
Wyatt, OscarOscar Wyatt 1949 Founder and former chairman and chief executive officer of Coastal States Gas Producing Company (now Coastal Corporation) [69][70]
Zachry, Henry Bartell "Pat"Henry Bartell "Pat" Zachry 1922 Founder and former president and chairman of Zachry Construction Corporation [57][71]
Koch, ChaseChase Koch Son of Charles Koch and President of Koch Fertilizer, a subsidiary of Koch Industries
Khalid Al-Falih, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Saudi Aramco

College presidents[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Bruce, A.D.A.D. Bruce 1916 Former president of the University of Houston; former United States Army Major General; founded Fort Hood [2]
Cheek, James G.James G. Cheek Chancellor of the University of Tennessee [72]
Fouraker, Lawrence E.Lawrence E. Fouraker 1944 Former dean of Harvard Business School [73]
Gaertner, James F.James F. Gaertner 1977 President of Sam Houston State University [74]
Guerrero, III, TitoTito Guerrero, III 1970 Former president of Stephen F. Austin State University and the University of Southern Colorado (now known as Colorado State University-Pueblo) [75]
Haragan, Donald R.Donald R. Haragan Former president of Texas Tech University [76]
Lane, Michael R.Michael R. Lane 1980 President of Emporia State University [77][78]
Loftin, R. BowenR. Bowen Loftin 1971 Former President of Texas A&M University; former vice president and chief executive officer of Texas A&M University at Galveston [79]
Luedecke, AlvinAlvin Luedecke 1932 Former President of Texas A&M University
Maldonado, Juan L.Juan L. Maldonado Attended 1967-1970 with studies in engineering President of Laredo Community College since 2007 [80]
Nedderman, WendellWendell Nedderman 1949 Former president of the University of Texas at Arlington [81]
Peterson, G. P. "Bud"G. P. "Bud" Peterson 1985 President of Georgia Institute of Technology [82]
Rudder, James EarlJames Earl Rudder 1932 Former United States Army Major General; 16th president of Texas A&M University [17]
Tan, MichaelMichael Tan 1977 University chancellor of the University of the Philippines Diliman [83]

Criminal activity[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Castro-Wright, EduardoEduardo Castro-Wright 1975 Former Vice Chairman of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc; key figure in the U.S. government's probe into Wal-Mart's Mexican bribery allegations [84]
Duncan, DavidDavid Duncan 1981 Lead audit partner on Enron for Arthur Andersen [85]
Lee, Wen HoWen Ho Lee 1969 Nuclear researcher indicted on 59 counts by a federal grand jury for stealing U.S. nuclear arsenal secrets for China [86]

Government and politics[edit]

Heads of state[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Quiroga-Ramirez, Jorge F.Jorge F. Quiroga-Ramirez 1981 Former president of Bolivia [87]
Torrijos, MartinMartin Torrijos 1987 Former president of Panama [88]

U.S. cabinet secretaries[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Cisneros, HenryHenry Cisneros 1968 Former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; first Hispanic mayor of a major U.S. city (San Antonio) [89]
Runyon, MarvinMarvin Runyon 1948 Former United States Postmaster General [90]
Perry, RickRick Perry 1972 Secretary of Energy, former Governor of the State of Texas; former Texas House of Representatives member [91]

U.S. federal judges[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
DeAnda, JamesJames DeAnda 1948 Former United States federal judge; attorney in Hernandez v. Texas [92]
Shelby, Michael T.Michael T. Shelby 1981 Former United States attorney [93]
Lake III, Simeon Timothy "Sim"Simeon Timothy "Sim" Lake III 1966 U. S. District Court, Southern District of Texas

U.S. state governors[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Perry, RickRick Perry 1972 Governor of the State of Texas; former Texas House of Representatives member [91]
White, Frank D.Frank D. White 1956 Former Governor of the State of Arkansas [94][95]

U.S. House of Representatives members[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Barton, Joe L.Joe L. Barton 1972 United States House of Representatives member and Ranking Member of the Energy & Commerce Committee [96]
Bee, CarlosCarlos Bee Former United States House of Representatives member
Cabell, EarleEarle Cabell 1929 Former United States House of Representatives member; former mayor of Dallas [97]
Edwards, ChetChet Edwards 1974 Former United States House of Representatives member [98]
Hensarling, JebJeb Hensarling 1979 United States House of Representatives member [99]
Bee, CarlosCarlos Bee Former United States House of Representatives member
Hurd, WillWill Hurd 2000 United States House of Representatives member
Laughlin, GregGreg Laughlin 1964 Former United States House of Representatives member [100]
Skeen, Joe R.Joe R. Skeen 1960 Former United States House of Representatives member [101][102]
Teague, Olin E.Olin E. Teague 1932 Former United States House of Representatives member [103]

U.S. ambassadors and foreign political figures[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Alvarez, OscarOscar Alvarez 1982 Former Minister of Public Security for Honduras
Khelil, ChakibChakib Khelil 1968 Algerian Minister for Energy and Mines; former president of Sonatrach and OPEC [64]
Kyle, Edwin JacksonEdwin Jackson Kyle 1899 Former United States Ambassador to Guatemala; namesake of Kyle Field [104]
Napper, Larry C.Larry C. Napper 1969 Former United States Ambassador to Kazakhstan and Latvia [105]

State Upper House members[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Baker, Robert W.Robert W. Baker 1944 Former Texas senator; former Texas House of Representatives member [106]
Bracewell, Jr., J. SearcyJ. Searcy Bracewell, Jr. 1938 Former Texas senator; former Texas House of Representatives member
Edwards, ChetChet Edwards 1974 Former Texas senator; United States House of Representatives member [98]
Hegar, GlennGlenn Hegar 1993 Former Texas senator, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts [107]
Horn, WallyWally Horn Iowa senator [108]
McKnight, PeytonPeyton McKnight 1947 Former Texas senator; former Texas House of Representatives member [109]
Moore, William T.William T. Moore 1940 Former Texas senator [106]
Ogden, SteveSteve Ogden 1987 Texas senator [110]
Patterson, Jerry E.Jerry E. Patterson 1969 Former Texas senator; Commissioner of the General Land office of Texas [110]
Schwartz, A.R.A.R. Schwartz 1948 Former Texas senator
Short, E LE L Short 1947 Member of both houses of the Texas State Legislature from Lynn County, 1969–1983 [111]
Staples, ToddTodd Staples 1984 Former Texas senator; commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture
Wentworth, JeffJeff Wentworth 1962 Texas senator [112][113]
Williams, TommyTommy Williams 1978 Texas senator; former Texas House of Representatives member [114]

State Lower House members[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Anderson, Charles "Doc"Charles "Doc" Anderson Texas House of Representatives member [115]
Ashby, TrentTrent Ashby 1996 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Lufkin [116]
Aycock, Jimmie DonJimmie Don Aycock 1969 Member of the Texas House of Representatives
Baker, Robert W.Robert W. Baker 1944 Former Texas House of Representatives member; former Texas senator [106]
Bohac, DwayneDwayne Bohac Texas House of Representatives member [117]
Bonnen, GregGreg Bonnen 1988 Neurosurgeon and medical professor at University of Texas Medical Branch; Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives since 2013 from Galveston County [118]
Bracewell, Jr., J. SearcyJ. Searcy Bracewell, Jr. 1938 Former Texas House of Representatives member; former Texas senator
Brown, FredFred Brown 1993 Texas House of Representatives member [119]
Clayton, Bill W.Bill W. Clayton 1950 Former Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives [120]
Corte, Jr., FrankFrank Corte, Jr. 1982 former member of the Texas House of Representatives [121]
Cyrier, JohnJohn Cyrier 1995 Owner of Saber Commercial, Inc., in Lockhart; Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives for District 17 since 2015 [122]
Crownover, MyraMyra Crownover Texas House of Representatives member [123]
Dukes, DawnnaDawnna Dukes Texas House of Representatives member [124]
Guillen, RyanRyan Guillen Texas House of Representatives member [125]
Kacal, KyleKyle Kacal 1992 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from College Station since 2013 [126]
King, Tracy O.Tracy O. King Texas House of Representatives member [127]
Kleinschmidt, TimTim Kleinschmidt 1979 member of the Texas House of Representatives from Lee County [128]
Kothmann, GlennGlenn Kothmann 1950 Former Texas House of Representatives member [129][130]
Kubiak, L. B.L. B. Kubiak Member of the Texas House of Representatives from 1983 to 1991; veterinarian [131]
Landgraf, BrooksBrooks Landgraf 2003 Incoming (January 2015) Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 81 (Ector, Andrews, and Winkler counties); Odessa lawyer and rancher; member of the TAMU Army Corps of Cadets [132]
Landtroop, JimJim Landtroop 1991 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Plainview, 2011-2013 [133]
Larson, LyleLyle Larson 1981 Member of the Texas House of Representatives since 2011 [134]
Macias, NathanNathan Macias 1982 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Comal County from 2007 to 2009; lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force, at Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom [135]
McKnight, PeytonPeyton McKnight 1947 Former Texas House of Representatives member; former Texas senator [109]
Nixon, JoeJoe Nixon 1978 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Houston (1995-2007) [136]
Noriega, RickRick Noriega Former Texas House of Representatives member [137]
Ortiz, SolomonSolomon Ortiz 1999 Former Texas House of Representatives member [138]
Otto, JohnJohn Otto 1970 Texas House of Representatives member [139]
Perry, RickRick Perry 1972 Former Texas House of Representatives member; Governor of the State of Texas [91]
Raney, John N.John N. Raney 1969 Texas House of Representatives member
Shelton, Mark M.Mark M. Shelton 1983 Member of the Texas House of Representatives (2009-2013) [140]
Short, E LE L Short late 1940s Member of both houses of the Texas State Legislature from Lynn County, 1969–1983 [111]
Spurlock II, JoeJoe Spurlock II 1960 Former Texas House of Representatives member [141][142]
Staples, ToddTodd Staples 1984 Former Texas House of Representatives member; commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture; former Texas senator
Villarreal, MikeMike Villarreal 1993 Texas House of Representatives member
Wentworth, JeffJeff Wentworth 1962 Former Texas House of Representatives member; former Texas senator [112][113]
Williams, TommyTommy Williams 1978 Former Texas House of Representatives member; former Texas senator [114]
Workman, Paul D.Paul D. Workman 1973 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Austin since 2011 [143]
Wray, JohnJohn Wray 1993 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Waxahachie and former mayor of Waxahachie [144]

Metropolitan mayors[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Bolen, BobBob Bolen 1948 Longest-serving Mayor of Fort Worth, Texas (1982-1991) [145]
Cabell, EarleEarle Cabell 1929 Former mayor of Dallas; former United States Congressman [97]
Cisneros, HenryHenry Cisneros 1968 Former mayor of San Antonio; first Hispanic mayor of a major United States city; former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development [89]
Garza, EdEd Garza 1992 Former mayor of San Antonio [146]
McCaleb, Gary D.Gary D. McCaleb 1975 Former vice president and management professor at Abilene Christian University; former mayor of Abilene, Texas [147]
Stabler, LonnieLonnie Stabler 1969 Mayor of Bryan from 1995-2001 [148]
Wynn, WillWill Wynn 1984 Former mayor of Austin [149]

NASA[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Byerly, JoshJosh Byerly 1999 NASA Spokesman and Public Affairs Officer [150][151]
Cohen, AaronAaron Cohen 1952 Former Acting Administrator of NASA [152]
Deutsch, GeorgeGeorge Deutsch 2003 Former NASA press officer [153]
Griffin, Gerald D.Gerald D. Griffin 1956 Former Director of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center [154]
Weigel, Dana WeigelDana Weigel Weigel 1993 flight director at NASA [155]
Davis, HubertHubert Davis 1951 Project Manager for Construction of Lunar Module - Apollo 11 [156]

National political figures[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Glasgow, LeslieLeslie Glasgow 1958 (Ph.D.) Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife, Parks, and Marine Resources (1969-1970); Louisiana State University professor (1948-1980); director of the Louisiana State Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (1966-1968) [157]
Hernandez, IsraelIsrael Hernandez 1999 Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director-General of United States Commercial Service [158]
Read, BillBill Read 1971 Director of the National Hurricane Center [159]
Thomas, Jack WardJack Ward Thomas 1957 Former Chief of United States Forest Service [160]
Thompson, Mayo J.Mayo J. Thompson 1941 Former Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission [161]
Turner, FrancisFrancis Turner 1929 Developer of U.S. Interstate Highway System and Federal Highway Administrator [162]

State political figures[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Armstrong, RobinRobin Armstrong 1991 Former vice chairman of the Republican Party of Texas; Republican National Committeeman for Texas
Bettencourt, PaulPaul Bettencourt c. 1980 Member of the Texas State Senate from District 7 in Houston, effective January 2015; former Harris County tax assessor-collector [163]
Brieden, John A.John A. Brieden 1972 National Commander of The American Legion from 2003 to 2004 and the Judge of Washington County, Texas [164]
Caperton, KentKent Caperton 1971 Lawyer, lobbyist, former state senator from Bryan [165]
Carmichael, GilGil Carmichael 1950 Businessman and transportation specialist from Meridian, Mississippi; Republican nominee for United States Senator (1972), governor of Mississippi (1975 and 1979) and lieutenant governor (1983) [166]
Crichton, JackJack Crichton 1937 Oil and gas industrialist [167]
Frank, JamesJames Frank Businessman in Wichita Falls; member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 69 since 2013 [168]
Hegar, GlennGlenn Hegar 1993 Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Former member of the Texas State Senate; former member of the Texas House of Representatives [169]
Hervey, DickDick Hervey 1942 Third secretary of the Association of Former Students 1947-1964; mayor of College Station 1971-1974; president of Community Savings and Loan in College Station 1964 to 1982 [170]
Holleman, Harlan "Bo"Harlan "Bo" Holleman Late chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party
Kacal, KyleKyle Kacal 1992 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from College Station since 2013 [126]
Larson, LyleLyle Larson 1981 Member of the Texas House of Representatives since 2011 [134]
Macias, NathanNathan Macias 1982 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Comal County from 2007 to 2009; lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force, at Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom [135]
Mauro, GarryGarry Mauro 1970 Former commissioner of the Texas General Land Office [102]
McLeroy, DonDon McLeroy 1968 President of the Texas State Board of Education
Mechler, TomTom Mechler Texas Republican Party state chairman since 2015; oil and gas consultant in Amarillo [171]
Murr, AndrewAndrew Murr 1999 Incoming 2015 Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives; former county judge in his native Kimble County [172]
Rollins, BrookeBrooke Rollins 1994 President of the Texas Public Policy Foundation
Rollins, JoeJoe Rollins 1938 Attorney [173]
Schubert, LeightonLeighton Schubert c. 2004 Member of the Texas House of Representatives for District 13 since 2015; lawyer in Caldwell, Texas [174]
Sharp, JohnJohn Sharp 1972 Former Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts [102]
Smitherman, BarryBarry Smitherman Texas Railroad Commissioner
Sitton, RyanRyan Sitton 1998 Texas Railroad Commissioner
Sullivan, Michael QuinnMichael Quinn Sullivan 1992 Vice President of Texas Public Policy Foundation [175]
Williams, ClaytonClayton Williams 1954 1990 Republican Texas gubernatorial nominee [176]
Zaeske, LouLou Zaeske 1964 Leader of English-only movement; advocate for Czech ethnic causes [177]

Science and technology[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Duke, James Henry "Red"James Henry "Red" Duke 1950 Trauma surgeon [178]
Fossum, Michael E.Michael E. Fossum 1980 NASA astronaut (STS-121 and STS-124) [179]
Hackett, Steven C.Steven C. Hackett 1986 Environmental and natural resource economist [180]
Halbouty, Michael T.Michael T. Halbouty 1930 Winner of the Hoover Medal; wildcatter [102][181]
Knipling, Edward F.Edward F. Knipling 1930 Entomologist; 1966 National Medal of Science winner; listed in Esquire as one of the "100 Most Important People in the World" in 1970
Lukefahr, MauriceMaurice Lukefahr 1961 Researcher in the field of plant resistance to insect pests [182]
Lunney, BryanBryan Lunney 1989 NASA Flight Director [183]
Malina, FrankFrank Malina 1934 Aeronautical engineer and artist; second director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory [25]
McCarthy, GlennGlenn McCarthy 1931 Wildcatter
Pailes, William A.William A. Pailes 1981 NASA astronaut (STS-51-J) [184]
Smythe, W. RoyW. Roy Smythe 1989 Chairman of Surgery at Scott & White Memorial Hospital [185]
Steadman, RichardRichard Steadman 1959 Knee surgeon [186]
Swanson, StevenSteven Swanson 1998 NASA astronaut (STS-117 and STS-119) [187]
Tinus, William C.William C. Tinus 1928 Naval Ordnance Development Award recipient; conducted Bell Labs' first work on radar [188]
Walton, GordonGordon Walton 1981 Video game developer [189]
Williams, Sr., Clayton W.Clayton W. Williams, Sr. 1915 Oilman, rancher, historian, first registered geologist in Texas [190]

Texas A&M faculty and affiliates[edit]

Nobel Prize laureates[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Derek Barton style="text-align:center;" | Chemistry 1969 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry [191]
Norman Borlaug style="text-align:center;" | Soil and Crop Sciences One of five people in history to have won the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal; Nobel Prize winner [102]
Elias James Corey style="text-align:center;" | n/a Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry [102]
Sheldon Lee Glashow style="text-align:center;" | Physics 1979 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics [192]
Robert H. Grubbs style="text-align:center;" | Chemistry 1995 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry [193]
Dudley R. Herschbach style="text-align:center;" | Physics 1986 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry [194]
Jack Kilby style="text-align:center;" | Electrical engineering 2000 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics; National Medal of Science winner [195]
David Lee style="text-align:center;" | Physics 1996 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics [196][197]
Bruce McCarl style="text-align:center;" | Agricultural economics 2007 Nobel Peace Prize winner (member of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) [198]
Vernon L. Smith style="text-align:center;" | Institute for Advanced Study 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics [199]

Academia[edit]

College presidents[edit]

Name Department Notability References
William Bizzell style="text-align:center;" | Former president of the University of Oklahoma and Texas A&M University
Norman Hackerman style="text-align:center;" | Former president of the University of Texas at Austin and Rice University
Robert Gates style="text-align:center;" | George Bush School of Government and Public Service Former president of Texas A&M University; former United States Secretary of Defense [200]
David Franklin Houston style="text-align:center;" | Political science Former United States Secretary of Agriculture and United States Secretary of the Treasury; former chancellor of the Washington University in St. Louis; former president of the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University [201]
Elsa Murano style="text-align:center;" | Nutrition and Food Services Former president of Texas A&M University; former United States Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety [200]
Lawrence Sullivan Ross style="text-align:center;" | - Former governor of Texas; Civil War general; Texas A&M University president [202]
Frank Vandiver style="text-align:center;" | History Former president of Rice University, Texas A&M University, and the University of North Texas

Professors and scholars[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Gary Clayton Anderson style="text-align:center;" | History Pulitzer Prize-nominated author [203]
Allen J. Bard style="text-align:center;" | n/a Recipient of the Priestley Medal and Wolf Prize in Chemistry [204]
Garland Bayliss style="text-align:center;" | History Specialist in southern history; Director of General Studies, Director of Academics Services, founder of the TAMU Mentors Program, recipient of the 1978 Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award [205]
F. Albert Cotton style="text-align:center;" | Chemistry Recipient of the Priestley Medal and Wolf Prize in Chemistry [206]
Joe Feagin style="text-align:center;" | Sociology Pulitzer Prize-nominated author [207]
John Hope Franklin style="text-align:center;" | n/a Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient [204]
Rebecca Hankins style="text-align:center;" | Cushing Librarian/Curator, Africana and Women's and Gender Studies; presidential appointee to the National Historical Publications and Records Commission [208]
Arnold Krammer style="text-align:center;" | History Two-time Fulbright scholar; two-time TAMU "Distinguished Achievement Award" recipient; specialist in German and United States studies; on faculty, 1974-retirement in 2015 [209]
John J. McDermott style="text-align:center;" | Philosophy University Distinguished Professor, philosopher, past president of the William James Society
Martin V. Melosi style="text-align:center;" | History Fulbright scholar grant recipient [210]
Gerald North style="text-align:center;" | Atmospheric Science The North Report Tropical Rain Measuring Mission [211]
Dudley L. Poston, Jr. style="text-align:center;" | Professor of Sociology and Demography [212]
Morgan Reynolds style="text-align:center;" | Former Chief Economist for the United States Department of Labor
Henry C. Schmidt style="text-align:center;" | Historian, specialist in Latin American studies [213]
Betty Miller Unterberger style="text-align:center;" | History Namesake of the SHAFR Betty M. Unterberger Dissertation Prize [214]
Paul P. Van Riper style="text-align:center;" | Political Science Namesake of the ASPA Paul P. Van Riper Award [215]
Venkatesh Shankar style="text-align:center;" | Business Marketing scholar; namesake of the Shankar-Spiegel Award [216]

Armed forces[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Silas L. Copeland style="text-align:center;" | Former Sergeant Major of the Army

Government and politics[edit]

Heads of state[edit]

Name Department Notability References
George H.W. Bush style="text-align:center;" | The Bush School of Government and Public Service Former President of the United States; namesake of The Bush School of Government and Public Service and George Bush Presidential Library housed at Texas A&M University [204]

U.S. cabinet secretaries[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Robert Gates style="text-align:center;" | Former United States Secretary of Defense; former Texas A&M University president [217]
David Franklin Houston style="text-align:center;" | Former United States Secretary of Agriculture and United States Secretary of the Treasury; former chancellor of the Washington University in St. Louis; former president of The University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University [201]

U.S. state governors[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Lawrence Sullivan Ross style="text-align:center;" | Former governor of Texas, Civil War general, and Texas A&M University president [202]

U.S. senators[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Phil Gramm style="text-align:center;" | Former United States senator [218]

U.S. ambassadors and foreign political figures[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Ryan Crocker style="text-align:center;" | Bush School of Government and Public Service Former ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria, Kuwait, and Lebanon; former dean of The Bush School of Government and Public Service
Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned style="text-align:center;" | Consort to the Emir of the State of Qatar; chairman of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development [204]
Sally Shelton-Colby style="text-align:center;" | Former Ambassador of the United States to Barbados, Dominica, and Grenada [219]

National political figures[edit]

Name Department Notability References
Andrew Card style="text-align:center;" | The Bush School of Government and Public Service White House Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush; current dean of The Bush School of Government and Public Service [220]
Elsa Murano style="text-align:center;" | United States Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety; former president of Texas A&M University

State political figures[edit]

Name Department Notability References
John Nielsen-Gammon style="text-align:center;" | Texas State Climatologist

Journalism and literature[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Texas A&M athletes[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

American football[edit]

E. King Gill during the 1921–1922 season, the original Twelfth Man

Golf[edit]

Olympics[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Adams, CammileCammile Adams 2014 Member of the US Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Aljand, TriinTriin Aljand 2010 Member of the Estonia Olympic Swimming team (2004, 2008, 2012) [264]
Atkinson, AliaAlia Atkinson 2010 Member of the Jamaica Olympic Swimming team (2004, 2008, 2012); 2010 NCAA 200 breaststroke champion [264]
Barnes, RandyRandy Barnes 1989 Member of the US Olympic Shot Put team; 1988 silver medalist, 1996 gold medalist [129]
Beckles, KanikaKanika Beckles 2013 Member of the Grenada Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Bellille, JaneilJaneil Bellille 2015 Member of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Bultman, SteveSteve Bultman -- US Swimming team coach (1988, 2012) [264]
Davis, WaltWalt Davis 1952 Member of US Olympic Team High Jump; 1952 gold medalist [129]
Davis, WayneWayne Davis 2014 Member of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Dittmer, EricaErica Dittmer 2014 Member of the Mexico Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Fausett, RobertRobert Fausett 1997 Taekwondo coach for Brazil (2012) and the US (2008) [264]
Fonua, AminiAmini Fonua 2012 Member of the Tonga Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Henry, TabarieTabarie Henry 2011 Member of the U.S. Virgin Islands Olympic Track & Field team (2008, 2012) [264]
Hooper, DarrowDarrow Hooper 1953 Member of US Olympic Team Shot Put; 1952 silver medalist [229]
Ibanez, LilianaLiliana Ibanez 2014 Member of the Mexico Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Janes, RileyRiley Janes 2002 Member of the Canada Olympic Swimming team (2004) [265]
Kavaliauskas, AntanasAntanas Kavaliauskas 2007 Member of the Lithuania Olympic Basketball team (2012) [264]
Larson, BreejaBreeja Larson 2014 Gold medalist in the 4x100-meter swim relay (2012) [264]
Leek, MirandaMiranda Leek 2016 Member of the US Olympic Archery team (2012) [264]
Lendore, DeonDeon Lendore 2015 Member of the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Matson, RandyRandy Matson 1967 Member of the US Olympic Shot Put Team; 1964 silver medalist and 1968 gold medalist [266]
McFalls, JenniferJennifer McFalls 1994 Member of the US Olympic Softball team [129][267]
Medrano, RitaRita Medrano 2012 Member of the Mexico Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Nichols, JenniferJennifer Nichols 2012 Member of the US Olympic Archery team (2004, 2008, 2012) [264]
Okamoto, TetsuoTetsuo Okamoto 1959 1952 bronze medalist in swimming; Brazil's first-ever Olympic medalist [268]
Patrick, JaeleJaele Patrick 2012 Member of the US Olympic Swimming team (2012); 2012 3M diving NCAA champion [264]
Pavlin, KimKim Pavlin 2014 Member of the Croatia Olympic Swimming team (2012) [264]
Pinder, DemetriusDemetrius Pinder 2011 Member of the Bahamas Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Pinder, DemetriusDemetrius Pinder 2011 Member of the Bahamas Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Phiri, GeraldGerald Phiri 2011 Member of the Zambia Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Rose, MattMatt Rose 2004 Member of the Canada Olympic Swimming team (2004) [265]
Sehn, EricEric Sehn 2008 Member of the Canada Olympic Diving team (2012) [264]
Stulce, MikeMike Stulce 1991 Member of the US Olympic Shot Put team; 1992 gold medalist [129]
Sykora, StacyStacy Sykora 1999 Member of the US Olympic Volleyball team (2000, 2004, 2008) [129][269][270]
Tarmoh, JenebaJeneba Tarmoh 2012 Member of the US Olympic Track & Field team (2012) [264]
Wilkinson, JuliaJulia Wilkinson 2010 Member of the Canada Olympic Swimming team (2008, 2012); all-time winningest Big 12 swimmer [264]
Wunderle, VicVic Wunderle 2002 Silver medalist in Archery (2000) [271]

Tennis[edit]

Other[edit]

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