Fund scholarships ($1 million): Some of the best pharmacy students can’t afford today’s tuition, but endowed scholarships of $25,000 open a world of possibilities to prospective students.
Support faculty through endowed chairs and professorships ($3 million): Endowed funds generate an annual income to pay for a professor's research, travel costs and the salaries of his or her graduate assistants. Establish a chair through a $1 million gift or a professorship through a $500,000 gift.
Advance the Center for Pharmaceutical Research ($3 million): The center seeks to create a public- private enterprise that advances the research and development of safe, timely and cost-effective pharmaceutical products. In addition to aiding in efficient pharmaceutical and vaccine product development, the center serves as a conduit for educational and training opportunities in pharmacy, vaccines and nanotechnology. The college seeks two $1 million endowed chairs for faculty in the center as well as an additional $2 million for operational and research funding.
Dr. James Robertson Jr. Memorial Fund
Dr. Beverly Talluto Memorial Fund
Dr. Martin Farias Memorial Scholarship Fund
Leave a Legacy
Dean’s Circle of Giving
The Dean's Circle of Giving is a group of alumni and friends committed to furthering the goals of the Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy.
To be a member of the Dean's Circle, alumni and friends are asked to commit $1,000 per year. Contributions to the Dean’s Circle will be used to increase support to the many programs at the Rangel College of Pharmacy, including scholarships, diversity initiatives, service learning outreach, guest lecturers and visiting faculty. Contributions to the Dean's Circle, as designated by the donor, can also be used to set up a matching fund that will be used to match Class Gifts ($20 and over) made by students.
Participation in the Dean's Circle does not limit your ability to designate your contribution for a particular use such as a scholarship fund or an endowment. Your gift ensures we can send a clear message that there is a strong group of alumni and friends making a significant commitment to the future growth of the Rangel College of Pharmacy.
Dean's Circle members gather on occasion to share ideas about the Rangel College of Pharmacy and to attend special receptions with the dean. Members are invited to all college events in thanks for their support and commitment.
Brandy Kines, M.S.
Director of Development