The 2018 hurricane season begins June 1 and Texas A&M University has nearly 40 faculty experts available to discuss every aspect of hurricanes from early formation, recovery and resilience and more until the season ends Nov. 30.
In this guide, media will find important information for not only experts, but research institutes, helpful web-based tools, databases and a central point of contact for Texas A&M University inquiries regarding hurricane preparedness and response.
An interactive PDF version of this guide is available for download.
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Valerie Plame Wilson, an outed CIA spy, will share her experiences and lessons learned during her time in the CIA at Texas A&M.
Two hearings on March 28 at the Bush School will explore how to create more service opportunities and improve access to them.
Make a date for free family fun and experience the many wonders of science and technology at the Mitchell Physics Building.
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