The first-of-its kind, 30-hour event will have 450 student participants from around the world.
The NSF-funded SWEETER network will encourage multidisciplinary research collaborations in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
Texas A&M Transportation Services recommends visitors arrive to campus early to avoid delays this Saturday.
While the number of bats at Kyle Field have significantly diminished, the campus community and public are urged to stay clear if the animals are spotted.
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp directed presidents of each of the 11 universities and the directors of the eight state agencies within The Texas A&M University System to ban the use of e-cigarettes and vaping as soon as possible.
The name change to Disability Resources reflects a renewed focus of the department’s efforts to collaborate with the campus community to ensure an accessible educational experience for students.
The total reflects a slight increase of 98 students from 2018 in figures reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Comprehensive services, more scholarships and additional resources part of deal.
Personnel from Texas A&M Task Force 1, the Veterinary Emergency Team and the A&M Forest Service have been deployed to communities throughout the region affected by former Tropical Storm Imelda.
This year’s class of National Academy-level scholars will engage and collaborate with faculty members and students in 10 colleges or schools at Texas A&M.