South American parrots have a pretty dirty little secret that researchers want to know more about: why their favorite meal isn’t fruits or nuts, but soil.
Stark recently pledged $105,000 to Mays Business School in the form of an estate gift, as well as an additional $105,000 to the 12th Man Foundation.
Researchers at Texas A&M University are participating in developing a treatment for influenza that forms a jelly when sprayed into the nose.
The JCAP is a recruiting program for the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M designed for qualified JROTC, CAP, Young Marine and Sea Cadets in their junior and senior year of high school.
The Department of Student Financial Aid has announced the launch of a new financial literacy program, “The Money Wise Aggie.”
Texas Aggies have never been timid about showing their love for their school, and many drive the message home in a literal way – by using a personalized license plate.
“Andi was blessed to know early in her life that she had the ability to work with people and touch their lives.”
Frank Larkin had a personal goal in life to endow a Sul Ross Scholarship on the 50th anniversary of his graduation from Texas A&M University and he did it.
The Peace Corps’ Master’s International program has added Texas A&M University to its roster of university partners.
The Memorial Ring Collection is an assemblage of rings given by the families of deceased students from the classes of 1965 and later.