Dwight A. Roblyer, Class of 1984, will be the keynote speaker for the campus Aggie Muster Ceremony on April 22 in Reed Arena. After receiving his undergraduate degree in physics and a minor in psychology, Roblyer served as an officer of the United States Air Force until 2011. During this time, he earned his master’s degree in Space Operations from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 1993 and a P.h.D. in Political Science from A&M in 2009.
When he completed his time in the air force, Roblyer returned to A&M in 2013 to become a lecturer in the Department of Political Science, teaching classes for students with diverse majors from engineering to sociology. He serves on the A&M Honor council, was a 2017 Fish Camp namesake and most recently received one of the eight honoring excellence awards through the Office of Residence Life in 2018.
Dwight A. Roblyer, Class of 1984, will be the keynote speaker for the campus Aggie Muster Ceremony on April 22 in Reed Arena.