Karen L. Wooley will receive the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors at a 2020 induction ceremony.
Atmospheric scientist Ping Yang, biomedical scientist Lynne Opperman and civil engineer Eyad Masad will receive the 2019 honor from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their extraordinary achievements.
Counseling & Psychological Services, Disability Resources, Residence Life and the Offices of the Dean of Student Life will begin a permanent transition to Texas A&M’s main campus in December.
The Institute of International Education Open Doors Report found that 3,976 students participated in credit-bearing international experiences.
Four-year graduation rates for first-generation students grew by more than four percentage points, from 50.3% to 54.5%, and first-year retention increased from 86.6% to 88.1%.
Aggies will gather at the Bonfire Memorial at Texas A&M on Nov. 18 for a remembrance ceremony.
Texas A&M Transportation Services shared visitor parking and road closure information in preparation for Union Pacific’s 4141 Bush Train to College Station Nov. 8.
The TEES Distinguished Research Professor serves as Director of INVENT Lab and is known for her contributions to innovation.
A former student of the university, Vicki Dobiyanski brings 15 years of higher education administration experience to Texas A&M.
The former Texas A&M president, CIA director and secretary of defense will return to campus Nov. 13.