Alpha Omega Epsilon at Texas A&M University was founded as the Beta Omega Chapter on February 1st, 2020. As a STEM sorority we look forward to expanding our sisterhood of women in STEM, developing professional and leadership skills and volunteering in our community.
A Letter From Our President
My name is Catie Kaylor, I’m a senior oceanography major from Leander, TX, and I’m very excited to serve as the President of Alpha Omega Epsilon this year! I helped found A.O.E. in Fall of 2019 when I was a freshman, and over the past few years I’ve gotten to grow so much right along side our chapter as it grew from 26 members to over 70! College is hard, and being a part of A.O.E. has given me a really awesome support system of smart and hardworking women who inspire me everyday! I’m super excited to see what’s in store this year.
- Catie Kaylor
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Why We Chose AΩE
"AΩE is a place where I can challange myself personally and professionally with some of my closest friends. It has allowed me to hone in on my leadership and soft skills that have helped me excel in my internships and research. I love being able to share the knowledge and wisdom I have obtained through my experiences with my fellow sisters while being able to continuously learn from them." - Alexis DeGraaff '22, Alpha Class
"As a founding member of AΩE; dedication to service, camaraderie between other women in STEM, and the ability to grow in my professional skills were all things that drew me to this organization and made me feel like it would be an incredible organization to offer women in STEM on the Texas A&M campus. It has been incredible to bond with other women in STEM, to support each other in the hardships we face, and to help each other in our academic and professional careers!" - Caroline Unterbrink '22, Alpha Class
"I wanted to join AΩE because I wanted to be apart of a well-known and good standing organization to create new connections. I love how all the members are STEM queens because being a women in STEM can be tough. The sisterhood bond of AΩE was another major factor of the sorority that made me want to join."- Makayla Jaramillo '25, Zeta Class