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5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of Jan. 23

January 24, 2017


Texas A&M To Lead Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Institute For South Central Region

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering will lead a new South Central Regional Robotics Innovation Collaborative, part of the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing (ARM) Innovation Hub announced by the Department of Defense.


Latinx Policy Issues In The 21st Century Lecture Series Begins Feb. 1

The Carlos H. Cantu Education and Opportunity Endowment will host the keynote lecture for the spring series of its 2016-17 lecture series on Wednesday, Feb. 1 focused on highlighting and discussing issues faced by the Latino community.


Neil Bush To Honor Parents George And Barbara Bush At Bush Presidential Library

Neil Bush, son of the 41st President of the United States George H.W. Bush, will read about his father at Texas A&M University at a unique, no-cost, distance-learning opportunity for students across the globe on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.


Gladysz To Present January Frontiers In Texas A&M Science Lecture On Friday

Texas A&M University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry John A. Gladysz will deliver a free public lecture this week on the Texas A&M campus highlighting his ongoing research in organometallic chemistry — mixing metals and carbon to create novel molecules — along with recently published applications in this promising multidisciplinary field.


Russian National Ballet Performing Don Quixote Feb. 1

For their visit to Rudder, the superlative dancers will perform the quintessential Spanish tale of chivalry and romance, Don Quixote. Tickets are available on the MSC OPAS website.

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