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Bioenvironmental Sciences Professional Board
The BESC Professional Board consists of former students from the BESC program, environmental professionals with connections to the program, and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) student chapter. The board seeks to prepare excellent environmental professionals responsive to industry needs in the 21st century.
Support the Department
We constantly strive to enhance the educational experiences of our Bioenvironmental Sciences undergraduate and our Plant Pathology and Microbiology graduate students. That is made possible with support from our former students. Learn more about how you can be involved by giving to the department.
Association of Former Students
The Association of Former Students traces its origin to the Ex-Cadets Association formed in 1879 and later to the A&M Alumni Association and Alpha Phi Fraternity. In 1919, a coalition was formed and adopted the name, “The Association of Former Students.” Since 1879, much has changed in organization and details, but the fundamental objectives of The Association remain the same.
Subscribe to News and Social Updates
If you’re a current or former student, donor, or friend of the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology (PLPM), we want to get connected and stay in touch! To receive news and media coverage on the teaching, research, and outreach efforts happening in PLPM, visit the official newsroom of Texas A&M AgriLife at agrilifetoday.tamu.edu. You can also subscribe to monthly newsletters across Texas A&M AgriLife, to sure you never miss the latest information coming out of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Update your AggieNetwork Profile
One of the easiest ways we can connect with and contact our former students is through the AggieNetwork profile. Login to your profile at www.aggienetwork.com to update your account and access the many resources provided to you by the Association of Former Students, like your AggieNetwork email.
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Join the College of Agriculture Development Council
The College of Agriculture Development Council is a volunteer organization committed to supporting the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and its students. Members of The Council include both former students and friends of the College, many of whom are industry leaders across the state and nation. From lawyers and bankers to ranchers and real estate agents, our members provide expertise across the agriculture and life sciences sector.