A pair of Texas A&M University at Galveston graduates have turned a part-time passion of breathing new life into old Galveston homes into a full-time business and a pilot episode for a possible new home restoration series for HGTV.
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s (TTI’s) 10th Traffic Safety Conference is historic in that it was the first time attendees helped shape the state’s latest Strategic Highway Safety Plan.
With the goal of bringing more attention to Texas A&M and improving the impact the College of Education and Human Development has on the human performance field, Debbie and Mike Hilliard ’73 have committed $2 million to the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance.
Video games and virtual reality environments developed by former Texas A&M visualization students are contenders for top prizes in the final round of “The Rookies,” a global competition for young designers, creators, innovators and artists.
Thousands of students across the nation graduate from high school every spring with plans of attending college, but an alarming number of them are not adequately prepared for the rigorous courses that await them, particularly those in STEM.