The unique and inexpensive water filtration system utilized at Texas A&M exemplified one small, but profoundly impactful way that the university is fulfilling its land grant mission in the colonias.
Rafael A. Ledesma Schoowe, an agricultural leader from the Dominican Republic who holds three degrees from Texas A&M University, has been named the university’s Outstanding International Alumnus for 2012.
Pichanick spent his summer in Rwanda as an intern for Sustaining Partners for Rural Enterprises in Agricultural Development, or SPREAD.
Leija’s vision, Camp LIFE, a fully supported camp for children with disabilities, is now in its seventh year of operation.
As news of the earthquake that devastated Haiti grabbed the world’s attention, a group of Texas A&M University students received an urgent request for help.
A Texas A&M University study focused on developing the leadership skills of principals has identified positive changes in principal behaviors that research links to student achievement.
Camp Hearne was among the largest, housing almost 5,000 POWS in its brief tenure.
Projects selected for funding are chosen to inspire students to commit to a lifetime of learning, as well as to prepare them to solve problems that are not yet imagined.
Texas A&M is once again ranked among the top 25 universities nationally in the number of international students enrolled.
As part of the “Trick or Treating for Canned Goods” event, students will be in the Castlegate neighborhood collecting items for the Brazos Valley Food Bank.