Posted: 4:49 PM The Texas A&M University Singing Cadets will travel to China for an international tour beginning tomorrow (May 17) and continuing through May 27.
Posted: 10:27 AM The Research Valley Technology Council (RVTC) is pleased to announce that it has joined over 30 communities across the country as part of Gig.U, the University Community Next Generation Innovation Project.
Posted: 10:13 AM A building energy "tune-up" procedure developed by researchers at the Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) at Texas A&M University has already yielded more than $100 million in energy savings from more than 300 client buildings, reports Charles Culp, leader of the team that developed the diagnostic software used in the facilities evaluation process.
Posted: 11:28 AM COLLEGE STATION, May 14, 2013 — The cause of earthquakes is known: tectonic plates scraping and clashing against each other. Scientists seeking a deeper understanding of the underlying causes of that plate movement turn to Texas A&M University professor Wolfgang Bangerth, a widely respected expert in computational mathematics and mathematical modeling.
Updated: 8:32 AM A Texas A&M System audit shows the majority of $28 million in course fees assessed at its flagship university in College Station lacks proper documentation to justify the charges.
Posted: 4:35 PM This Saturday’s commencement ceremony at Prairie View A&M University will be special for graduates.
Posted: 3:01 PM Texas A&M University has presented its top three student awards — recognizing outstanding accomplishments in academics, leadership and service by graduating seniors – to Justin Cardenas of Dallas, and Robert Carpenter and Stephanie Florez-Malaver, both from College Station.
Posted: 2:21 PM Recalling a eulogy he heard at a memorial service for first responders killed in the tragic explosion in West last month, Congressman Bill Flores urged Texas A&M University degree candidates when planning their lives after graduation to consider the “dash” that will be on their tombstones — the part between the dates of their births and their deaths.
Posted: 9:52 AM Proud parents will fill the stands at this weekend’s graduation ceremonies at Texas A&M University, with the exception of Shelly Brenckman whose daughter Andrea will be receiving her bachelor’s degree.
Posted: 2:00 PM Texas A&M University will receive collegiate licensing’s top award for the “one brand” approach that propelled the university to among the nation’s hottest college brands during the past year.
Updated: 3:21 PM More than 7,100 Texas A&M University students are scheduled to receive diplomas in ceremonies beginning Thursday and continuing through Saturday – which would result in another record graduating class for the state’s first public institution of higher education.
Posted: 6:39 PM Chad Cryer, a history teacher at Bryan High School, and John Williams, a government teacher at Fort Bend Christian Academy in Sugar Land, have been selected to receive the Texas A&M University Inspiration Award for Exceptional Education.
Posted: 9:07 AM Continuing a new tradition started in December, Texas A&M University will recognize graduating veterans by presenting them with special red, white and blue cords as a form of recognition for their service to their country.
Posted: 2:43 PM Spring graduation ceremonies at Texas A&M University kick off Thursday (May 9) when the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) awards 129 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.
Posted: 12:26 PM More than 100 Texas A&M University students are set to convoy to West Saturday morning (May 4) to help that ravaged Central Texas town continue to recover from the devastating April 17 fertilizer plant explosion.
Posted: 11:06 AM Texas A&M University is now an institutional member of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), joining four other top universities that have major research programs and are affiliating with the organization funded in 2010 to enhance the visibility of academic technology and innovation, with an emphasis on benefitting society.