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5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of September 3

September 5, 2018

Harold L. Adams will join the Texas A&M College of Architecture faculty as a professor of the practice. (College of Architecture)

1. Distinguished Alum, Renowned Architect Harold L. Adams Joins Texas A&M Faculty

World-renowned architect and Texas A&M Distinguished Alumnus Harold L. Adams will join the Texas A&M College of Architecture faculty in the Fall 2018 semester as a professor of the practice.

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2. Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Award Presentation And Public Talk By Astronaut Charlie Duke

NASA Astronaut (Ret.) Charlie Duke will deliver a lecture during an award presentation Thursday, Sept. 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the Rudder Theatre Complex.

China's President Xi Jinping speaks at the closing press conference of the Asian-Pacific Economy Cooperation (APEC) Summit outside of Beijing, China. APEC is a forum for the 21 Pacific Rim member economies and at this year's gathering, has offered China an opportunity to boost its role as a regional power through a series of trade and finance deals. (Goh Chai Hin - Pool Getty Images)

3. Xi’s China: What’s Next? China On The World Stage In The Xi Jinping Era

Three renowned China experts will discuss Chinese affairs under President Xi Jinping and their impact on the world stage for “Xi’s China: What’s Next?” at Texas A&M University.

The Aggies take on the Alabama Crimson Tide at Kyle Field on Oct. 7, 2017. (Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications)

4. Texas A&M Football Game Day Guide 2018

Texas A&M Transportation Services asks Aggies to prepare for the increased traffic resulting from the hundreds of thousands expected to gather at Kyle Field throughout the football season.

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5. Texas A&M-Galveston’s Conference On Inclusion And Diversity In Higher Education Set For Sept. 12-13

Enabling and facilitating constructive dialogue and interaction that enhances inclusion and diversity efforts in higher education is the goal of Texas A&M University at Galveston’s Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Higher Education.

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