Two Brown Scholars receive A&M Outstanding Student Award

The Brown Foundation proudly announces that two Brown Scholars, Joshua Korb and Mark Sterling, were the 2021 Student Award recipients of the Brown Foundation-Earl Rudder Memorial Outstanding Student Award. The Brown-Rudder Award was established in 1970 as the highest award bestowed on a graduating senior at Texas A&M University. No more than two Brown-Rudder awardees are selected at Texas A&M each year.

The award honors the outstanding senior student who exemplifies the leadership, patriotism, fortitude, courage, humility, love of Texas A&M University and willingness to uphold the principles for which Texas A&m stands.

Congratulations, Joshua and Mark!


Joshua Korb

Joshua graduated in 2017 as a homeschooled student from Burleson, Texas. Joshua is a middle blocker for the TAMU Men’s Club Volleyball team. He also is a member of the University Honors program and the University Scholars Program. Joshua will graduate in 2021 with a degree in Biomedical Sciences, after which he plans to attend medical school.

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Mark Sterling

Mark graduated in 2017 from Mansfield High School in Mansfield, Texas. He has served the Bryan/College Station community as a member of the Angel Tree subcommittee of MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow and will continue to give back as the subcommittee’s Executive Director for the 2018-2019 school year. He also served as a Staff Assistant for The Big Event, is a Fish Camp counselor for the class of 2022, and is a member of MSC Hospitality. Mark will graduate in 2021 with a degree in Business Honors and a minor in Spanish.

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