Updated: 1:54 PM Call it a labor of love or an act of gratitude, but an estimated record 19,000 Texas A&M University students are scheduled to work on 1,970 jobs Saturday (March 23) in their annual Big Event community service project.
Posted: 4:52 PM Gov. Rick Perry has appointed three members to the Texas A&M University Board of Regents for terms to expire Feb. 1, 2019.
Updated: 11:39 AM Researchers at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi launched their first drone mission over the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday.
Updated: 2:48 PM Long days at the office. Shrinking paychecks. Exhausted, overcommitted kids. These days, who isn’t stressed out and ready for a break?
Updated: 11:14 AM Bad news again for the Monarch butterfly: Drought conditions and historic wildfires the past few years continue to decrease their numbers as they wing across Texas this spring.
Updated: 2:51 PM Texas A&M University’s Dwight Look College of Engineering continues to move up in rankings by U.S. News & World Report for the best graduate degree programs in engineering, now ranking in a sixth-place tie among public universities and tied for 11th place overall.
Updated: 3:41 PM Texas A&M University students are known for having a strong tradition of community service, and that commitment will be evident on several fronts when thousands of Aggies take off for spring break next week.
Posted: 10:49 AM The Texas A&M Foundation on Thursday and Friday (March 7-8) honored members of the A&M Legacy Society, a group composed of individuals, corporations and organizations who have donated $100,000 or more in support of the university or made provisions in their estate plans for gifts to support Texas A&M University.
Posted: 4:28 PM Members of Texas A&M University’s Corps of Cadets and the entire Aggie Family continue to cope with the loss of two corps members who died Sunday (March 3) as the result of a car accident on U.S. 290 near Houston.
Updated: 2:39 PM Julie Borlaug, granddaughter of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Norman Borlaug, known worldwide as the father of the Green Revolution, will speak at the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Forum March 8-10 in Minneapolis.
Updated: 10:34 AM Heads up from Texas A&M University astronomers regarding Comet PanSTARRS, which will be visible to the naked eye as it zips through the skies over Bryan-College Station and the northern hemisphere starting this week.
Updated: 10:37 AM Aggieland Outfitters has teamed up with Texas A&M’s Traditions Council to raise funds for the families of Bryan Fire Department Lt. Gregory Pickard, and Lt. Eric Wallace by selling $1 t-shirts.
Posted: 10:07 AM Vernon L. Smith, recipient of the Nobel Prize in economic sciences in 2002, will present a public lecture, “Balance Sheet Crisis: Causes and Consequences,” at Texas A&M University March 20.
Updated: 4:55 PM Texas A&M University is included in a list of the top 100 “most powerful global university brands” compiled by The Times Higher Education, a London-based magazine.
Posted: 10:34 AM Ultrasound technology could soon experience a significant upgrade that would enable it to produce high-quality, high-resolution images, thanks to the development of a new key material by a team of researchers that includes a professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Posted: 10:48 AM Even as the expansive Texas A&M University campus continues to be built up, the university’s energy cost continues to drop – and multi-million-dollar annual savings are being achieved through energy-related cost avoidance.