September 4, 2015 in News
On September 3rd, The Women Former Students’ Network honored Alyssa Michalke at a reception to celebrate her achievement of being named the first female Corps Commander, the highest leadership position in the Corps a student can hold. Aggie Women from class years from the 60′s through 2016 were on hand to congratulate her and to listen to her story. Read the full coverage of the event by KBTX and on our Press Page.
September 23, 2013 in News
June 21, 2013 in Latest News, News, Press Releases
We are preparing for the 2013 WFSN Women’s Legacy Award and are currently accepting nominations. This award is presented annually to deserving Texas A&M women former students who have exhibited excellence as a current or former student and whose accomplishments have had an impact on future generations of Aggie Women. This year’s recipients will be recognized at an awards luncheon during the WFSN Leadership Conference on October 17.
Learn more and submit a nomination here.
Nominations will be accepted through August 1, 2013.
April 18, 2013 in Latest News, News, Press Releases
College Station, Texas – April 18, 2013
The Women Former Students’ Network announced that it has added new features and functionality to its website – Aggie Women.
Active members of the WFSN can now:
- Update their profile with additional information (Degrees, Employer Information, City and State and much more), add an avatar (photo) and choose which information they would like to be visible to other active WFSN members.
- Search the Member Directory by any field that the individual members have chosen to make visible – City/State, Employer, Class Year, Degree, Maiden Name and more.
- Post to Three Forums
- Tell Us Your Story
- Member News
- Special Recognitions: Recognition symbols have been added to members’ profiles to highlight their past and current contributions to the WFSN: Charter Members, Legacy Fund Donors, Award Recipients and WFSN Board Members and Presidents.
About the WFSN
The mission of the Women Former Students’ Network is to enhance the excellence of Texas A&M University by promoting the active engagement of women in the educational, charitable, and cultural life of the institution. 2013 marks an exciting milestone in the history of Texas A&M and women Aggies in particular – it marks 50 years since women were formally admitted as students at Texas A&M. The WFSN is proud to be a part of that legacy.