Dr. Roderick H. Dashwood was recently elected to the prestigious Fellowship Royal Society of Biology for making prominent contributions to the advancement of cancer research. The Royal Society of Biology is one of the oldest science societies in the United Kingdom. He was recruited from Oregon State University and is the director of the Center for Epigenetics & Disease Prevention at Texas A&M University, Institute of Biosciences and Technology in Houston, with affiliated positions in the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at Texas A&M University, and the Department of Clinical Cancer Prevention, MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Dr. Dashwood is a distinguished scientist and holder of the John S Dunn Endowed Chair.
As chief academic officer, Sams will lead the university’s academic enterprise for over 70,000 students on the main campus in College Station, branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar, and educational sites across Texas.
Juliette Jimenez ’22, Emily Orr ’23 and Grace Vaughn ’23 were named recipients of the 2023 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.
A Ph.D. student at Texas A&M’s School of Public Health used her own experience to help students who are parents transition to college life.
A Texas A&M professor of atmospheric sciences explains how climate change is at least partly to blame for increased turbulence on flights.
Socialization, between 3-12 weeks of age, is one of the most important stages in developing a dog’s personality.
A new study explores when consumers are willing to sacrifice experience quality for togetherness.
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