Dorothy and Robert J. Anderson ’70 recently established the Peter Glen Anderson ’84 Endowed Scholarship “to honor our son, because he is a dedicated and enthusiastic Aggie and has derived great pleasure from his involvement with Mays Business School and its MBA program.” The scholarship will help students pursuing an MBA at Mays.

(L to R) DeeAnn '87, Stephanie '13 and Peter Anderson '84
(L to R) DeeAnn ’87, Stephanie ’13 and Peter Anderson ’84

Peter, a senior management consultant at KPMG in Houston, graduated from A&M with a degree in building construction and earned his MBA from the University of Houston. He currently serves on the Mays MBA Advisory Board and previously served on the Mays Department of Finance Advisory Board.

Each semester, Peter mentors Mays MBA students, advising them in business situations such as world customs, rules, and communication skills. Peter will be involved in the scholarship selection process, an element of the gift that is important to his parents.

“Peter richly deserves this recognition. His efforts as a board member and a mentor have helped move our MBA program to the next level. He has been very generous with his time and our students really appreciate him,” says David Blackwell, associate dean for graduate programs at Mays.

Robert and Dorothy are proud of their family’s rich Aggie tradition: daughter Jane ’82 and her husband Richard ’81; grandson Matthew ’06 and his wife Amanda ’08; granddaughter Kate ’08 and her husband Gavin ’08; Peter’s wife DeeAnn ’87 and daughter Stephanie ’13.