Reagan Rucker

Student Name:

Reagan Rucker

Student Hometown:

Tomball, Texas

Best Aggie memory:

Receiving my Aggie Ring surrounded by my close friends and family. I was so excited to finally be able to proudly participate alongside many of my family members and other former Aggies in such a time-honored tradition of the university wearing my little piece of Aggie gold!

Best Departmental memory:

The time I spent inside the classroom, in the computer lab and all around Scoates Hall working on various projects, homework and developing life-long bonds with my fellow BAEN peers and faculty. Over the last few years, this place has felt like home. My time spent in this department and the people I have met along the way is something that I will cherish for a life time.


College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Senior Merit Award, 2020

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean’s List, Spring and Fall 2019

Alpha Epsilon Texas A&M University Chapter Inductee, 2018

Aggie Gateway to Success Junction Achievement Award, 2018

Student Club Leadership:

2019-2020 – Aggie Southern Darlings President

2018-2019 – Aggie Southern Darlings Treasurer

Research Activities:

I participated in research through the Engineering Honors Program. The research I participated in focused on analyzing the effects of land use on water-related ecosystem services in Central and Eastern Texas by utilizing a web-based hydro-ecological model, the Hydrologic and Water Quality System. The purpose of this research was to identify and understand the impacts of varying land uses on the locations of high production and low production areas of ecosystem services in Texas.

Plans after graduation:

After graduation I will be pursing a career with IDS Engineering Group in Houston, TX as an Engineer in Training on their Land Development team.


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