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5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of December 10

December 12, 2018

Texas A&M University awarded nearly 10,500 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies. (Mark Guerrero/Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications)

1. Record Number Of Aggies To Receive Texas A&M Diplomas Dec. 14-15

Texas A&M University will award a record 5,237 degrees during graduation ceremonies Dec. 14-15. The totals include graduates from the main campus in College Station and the Health Science Center, Texas A&M-Galveston, the School of Law in Fort Worth and the campus Doha, Qatar.

Close-up of Emmy Award plaque

2. KAGS-TV Feature On Alamo Cannon Conservation At Texas A&M Earns Regional Emmy

Jay O’Brien, KAGS-TV anchor, earned a Regional Emmy Award in the Texas Heritage category from the Lone Star chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Participants at the organizational meeting of the National Council of Faculty Senates on Oct. 27, in Austin, Texas.

3. Texas A&M Faculty Helps Launch National Council Of Faculty Senates

Texas A&M University Faculty Senate members joined 41 of their peers from universities across the United States last month to launch a National Council of Faculty Senates (NCFS).

Texas A&M University logo

4. Vision 2030 Transformational Education Town Hall Set For Jan. 22

The Transformational Education Town Hall takes place January 22, 2019, from 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. in 601 Rudder Tower.

Police Car parked in front of Kyle Field

5. Texas A&M University Police Welcome New Police Officers

The five new officers were sworn in Dec. 10 during a ceremony at the TAMU-PD.

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