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‘Texas A&M Today’ Season 2 Episode 5 Premieres Nov. 20

Learn more about how students and professionals are honing new skills at Texas A&M in the season finale.
By Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications November 15, 2023

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The Texas A&M Today Season 2 finale finds host Chelsea Reber visiting with floral design professor Bill McKinley, who teaches Reber and viewers how to make their own flower arrangements.

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The final episode of “Texas A&M Today” Season 2 airs Monday, Nov. 20 at 9 p.m.

Episode 5 explores just a few of the many ways Texas A&M University is training the next generation, from video game and floral design to automotive engineering. First responders are also honing their skills with the help of the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service. Plus, watch a conversation with university’s interim president, Gen. (Ret.) Mark A. Welsh III.

Watch the Episode 5 promo.

“Texas A&M Today” is hosted by Chelsea Reber, a 2010 A&M graduate who co-hosts “The Infomaniacs” morning show on Bryan Broadcasting’s WTAW 1620 AM.

The episode will re-air Nov. 25 at 6p.m., Nov. 27 at 9 p.m. and Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. All episodes can be viewed on demand.

Season 2 Episode 5

We’ll take you inside this year’s Chillenium, the nation’s largest collegiate game jam, where students were tasked with creating a video game from scratch in just 48. It’s also an important networking opportunity for Aggies hoping to get into the games industry.

Automotive engineering is another area where students can get hands-on experience. Texas A&M’s chapter of the Society of Automotive Engineers builds race cars and enters them in national competitions. From the workshop to the track, this entirely student-led organization shows us the ropes of building a car from the ground up.

Also, find out how our state’s first responders are training at Texas A&M through the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). Whether they’re learning advanced driving techniques or how to safely detect and dispose of unexploded ordnances, it happens here

Later, our host heads into the classroom to try her hand at floral design, one of the most sought-after courses on campus. Chelsea learns about the floral design industry and makes an arrangement of her own.

The episode ends with a conversation between Reber and Welsh, who was named interim president of Texas A&M University on July 30.

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