Posted: 02/10/2014 - The worst drought ever to hit California could rival the historic 2011 drought that devastated Texas, says a Texas A&M University professor.
Posted: 02/07/2014 - John Sharp, chancellor of The Texas A&M University System, on Thursday evening honored Austin-area members of the Texas Senate and House of Representatives for their commitment and outstanding work during the 83rd legislative session during a reception hosted by the Capital City A&M Club and the 12th Man Foundation.
Updated: 02/06/2014 - Are you looking to get your library fines reduced while helping the local community? The Texas A&M University Libraries will offer an opportunity on Feb. 17-21 to forgive library fines by contributing to the Brazos Valley Food Bank.
Posted: 02/04/2014 - A new branch of the Student Government Association (SGA) at Texas A&M University, with the specific purpose of helping Aggie veterans, plans the first national military veteran conference in higher education Friday and Saturday (Feb. 7-8) at the university.
Posted: 01/31/2014 - Texas A&M University’s Student Recreation Center will undergo major renovation and expansion to accommodate its growing student body, which now totals more than 50,000.
Posted: 01/31/2014 - Silver Taps will be held at Texas A&M University Tuesday (Feb. 4) to honor the memory of Jinhoon Lee, a graduate student in architecture from Korea who died of cancer on Dec. 5.
Posted: 01/29/2014 - COLLEGE STATION, Jan. 29, 2014 – Barbara Hackman Franklin, 29th U.S. Secretary of Commerce under President George Bush, will discuss her accomplishments in advancing the role of women in government on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014, at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University.
Updated: 01/29/2014 - On Saturday, February 1, the C-SPAN bus will make a stop at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Posted: 01/22/2014 - In an analysis of online ratings by graduate students, Texas A&M University ranked in the nation’s top two for its graduate programs in public affairs and policy.
Posted: 01/14/2014 - Some Heinrich events – periodic massive iceberg surges into the North Atlantic that were previously thought to have weakened the global ocean conveyor belt circulation and sent Earth’s climate into the deep freeze – may actually have been caused by changes in atmospheric circulation patterns, say a team of researchers that includes two Texas A&M University professors.
Posted: 01/13/2014 - Texas A&M University is one of only three public institutions included in a ranking of the nation’s top 20 colleges for “return on investment”—and the only one in Texas or the Southeastern Conference (SEC).