Updated: 10:28 AM Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin has been a three-time finalist for the Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year, was named the 2012 Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year and led the Aggies to an 11-2 record in A&M’s inaugural season in the Southeastern Conference, but on Sunday, Feb. 24, Sumlin will be named an honorary World Heavyweight Champion by WWE.
Posted: 2:40 PM Keeping up with John Nielsen-Gammon could make for a good TV reality show – just make sure you have a 25-hour clock and a handful of Rand McNally maps to chart his many travels.
Updated: 8:16 PM While folk wisdom has its place, the “folks” may not be so wise when it comes to shopping for airline tickets, say researchers at Texas A&M University.
Updated: 6:48 PM A nearly $10 million grant from FEMA will help TEEX train urban search and rescue crews across the nation. It's an opportunity, TEEX officials say, to change the model for training for the nation.
Updated: 4:06 PM West Texas may be associated with wind and cactus but for cave divers, one of the most sought after sights in the country can be found in the middle of the Big Bend.
Posted: 7:46 PM Aggie women's basketball player Rachel Mitchell dunked after practiced on Thursday at the Cox-McFerrin Center.
Posted: 10:58 AM Texas A&M University is a “Tree Campus USA” honoree for the third year in a row, announced the Arbor Day Foundation.
Updated: 11:15 PM Texas A&M fans are invited to tune in on Wednesday from 7-10 a.m. as 12th Man Productions broadcasts a special three-hour live television show on National Signing Day from the Bright Football Complex.
Posted: 2:49 PM Just as truck drivers want to know about road conditions and airline pilots are concerned with foggy skies, ship captains have an urgent need to know about wave heights – as do surfers and others who spend time on the seas and shores. A Texas A&M University at Galveston professor has spent his career studying large waves and what causes them.
Posted: 10:13 AM Texas A&M Forest Service and Fort Hood military base entered an agreement Monday that will provide a faster and more efficient response to wildfires.
Updated: 9:09 AM Texas A&M Defensive Lineman Kirby Ennis from Huntsville was arrested last night on charges of disorderly conduct/displaying a firearm.
Updated: 7:12 PM Texas A&M University's first football season in the SEC is in the books, literally.
Posted: 2:54 PM Texas A&M University has been authorized to award three honorary doctoral degrees at its commencement exercises this spring.
Posted: 2:52 PM Two Texas A&M University engineering professors, Drs. Mark Holtzapple and David Claridge, will join faculty from across the Southeastern Conference member schools as presenters at the inaugural SEC Symposium in Atlanta Feb. 10-12.
Updated: 3:59 PM Dr. Michael J. Benedik has been appointed dean of faculties and associate provost at Texas A&M University, formally filling the posts he has held on an interim basis for the past seven months.
Posted: 12:07 PM Even though school children are served a healthy lunch, researchers are wanting to know how much of their entrees are actually being eaten or pushed aside, and the cost associated with serving daily meals in a study conducted by Texas A&M University System researchers.
Updated: 5:35 PM When Super Bowl XLVII kicks off Sunday, Feb. 3, in the Mercedes Benz Superdome, facility managers and New Orleans emergency responders will breathe a little easier thanks to the training provided by TEEX and its National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC).
Posted: 12:48 AM The Texas A&M System Board of Regents signed off on the renovation of two historic buildings on the College Station campus Thursday.
Updated: 10:59 PM Continuing a tradition of renovating and upgrading historically significant facilities that are still functional, Texas A&M University is launching major upgrades for an 81-year-old classroom building, Scoates Hall, and the equally old Jack K. Williams Building, the stately structure that stands at the end of the formal entrance to the institution.
Updated: 4:42 PM The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents today authorized Texas A&M University President R. Bowen Loftin to negotiate and execute new employment contracts with Aggie head football coach Kevin Sumlin and his assistant coaches as proposed by Director of Athletics Eric Hyman.