Texas A&M University has appointed Robert B. Ahdieh as dean and holder of the Anthony G. Buzbee Endowed Dean’s Chair at its School of Law, located in Fort Worth.
Dr. Valen E. Johnson, University Distinguished Professor of Statistics and head of the Department of Statistics at Texas A&M University, has been appointed as Interim Dean of the Texas A&M College of Science, effective July 1.
When it comes to great discoveries, George Bass, Texas A&M University professor emeritus and pioneer of nautical archaeology, is no fish out of water. That’s why Time magazine has recognized him in its recent special edition, “Great Scientists,” ranking him among the likes of Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and Galileo Galilei.
The Texas A&M University GLBT Resource Center announced that it will be participating in Pride Houston activities June 22-23.
The Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC) is moving to the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University.
Dr. Denise Crisafi of Student Life has worked in interpersonal violence prevention education for almost 15 years.
Instructors are A&M employees from all across campus; nominators of Dr. Carol Binzer say she is a "life-changing" instructor.
Rudder’s experience on the battlefield was central to his success as a public servant and beloved university president, says historian and biographer Thomas Hatfield.
An extremely uncomfortable disease, canine dry eye refers to the inflammation of the cornea and surrounding area caused by an inability to produce a proper amount of tears.
The funding will support an investigation of immune-targeted treatments in precancerous gastrointestinal lesions.
Texas A&M atmospheric scientist Dr. Anita Rapp is contributing to a new NASA mission to help humanity better understand Earth’s dynamic atmosphere.
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