5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of November 5

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1. Texas A&M University to Host Parents Who Have Lost Sons To Hazing

The parents of four fraternity members who lost their lives in hazing-related incidents will share their stories with the Texas A&M University community during two presentations of “Love, Mom & Dad: A Discussion About Hazing,” on Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium.

The student Student Success Initiative task force fielded questions from students, faculty and staff. (Mark Guerrero/Texas A&M Marketing & Communications)

2. Task Force Offers Goals, Objectives For Texas A&M Student Success Initiative

Organizers for Texas A&M University’s Student Success Initiative heard updates Monday on a task-force’s recommendations to help students in several broad but crucial concern areas.

Texas A&M meteorology students will help NOAA collect important atmospheric sciences data, which includes studying the origins of rotation in tornadoes.

3. Storm Science: Texas A&M Students Collecting Severe Weather Data For NOAA

For the next six months, when severe weather strikes at universities across the Southeast United States, meteorology students will be helping NOAA collect important atmospheric sciences data, and Aggie meteorologists will be leading the way in Texas.

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4. 100 Fastest-Growing Aggie Companies Ranking Released

The Texas A&M Mays Business School’s McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship will release the honorees for the 14th Annual Aggie 100 at the conclusion of the event on the evening of Friday, Nov. 9.

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5. GIS Day To Bring National Experts To Texas A&M Nov. 12-14

Julie Sweetkind-Singer will present the GIS Day keynote, Spatial Data: A National Conversation, Tuesday Nov. 13 at 4:30 p.m. in MSC 2300A.


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