Thousands of Aggies spanning multiple generations will gather on the Texas A&M University campus this Friday for Muster, the event held annually on April 21 to honor Aggies who have passed away in the last year.
The Enology Certificate program will begin in the fall and offer 15 hours of concentrated study in viticulture, pre- and post-fermentation winemaking processes, wine etiquette and sensory evaluation, according to Dr. Andreea Botezatu, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service enologist in College Station.
Texas A&M University will once again be a major player in Earth Day Texas, a three-day event set for April 21-23 at Fair Park in Dallas, with numerous academic departments and speakers participating in projects and programs that impact the environment.
In an effort to highlight the important positive role science plays in society, a team of Texas A&M University graduate students of Aggies in Science, Technology and Engineering Policy (A-STEP) will organize a “March for Science” campus event on Saturday (April 22) from 1-4:15 p.m., joining a larger, national and global movement that same day.
Country music singer Neal McCoy, who’s gone viral for his daily Pledge of Allegiance on Facebook Live, made an early morning stop at Texas A&M University this week and joined the Corps of Cadets in reciting the Pledge to honor his recently deceased father, Hubert Neal McGaughey, Texas A&M Class of 1952.