A new library facility jointly operated by The Texas A&M University System and The University of Texas System was formally opened Friday, May 24.
The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 is causing unforeseen negative consequences for food prices while failing to live up to the desired gasoline results and other expectations.
Dr. Brett Giroir, Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives, gave the commencement address at Texas A&M University-Galveston this past Saturday.
Texas A&M University professors are knee deep in research about rising waters. They’re uncovering vital information to help protect lives, property and the natural environment of coastal dwellers.
B. Don Russell and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service’s Brayton Fire Field were recently featured on NBC’s “Dateline” and NBC News.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have successfully sequenced the complete genome of a Scarlet macaw for the first time.
Marquez will be stationed at Fort Drum, N.Y. and his primary job will be to care for military service dogs.
Texas A&M University will receive collegiate licensing’s top award for the “one brand” approach that propelled the university to among the nation’s hottest college brands during the past year.
A recent survey of Texas citizens revealed that Texans are very interested in, and concerned about, the quality and quantity of water in the Lone Star State.
A 300-gallon saltwater aquarium has been installed on the lower level of the Memorial Student Center.