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  • Wiley Lecture Series Returns With Discussion On U.S.-Mexico Relations

    Former President of Mexico Felipe Calderón speaks at the World Economic Forum in 2009. (World Economic Forum photo) By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Marketing and Communications The past, present and future of U.S.-Mexico relations will be represented by key figures in policymaking at the latest installment of the Wiley…

  • Some Paws For Celebration: World’s First Cloned Cat Turns 15 At Texas A&M

    CC now lives with Duane and Shirley Kraemer. By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Marketing and Communications CC, the first-ever cloned cat and perhaps the most well-known feline in the world, recently turned 15 years old and she appears to have most of her nine lives ahead of her, according…

  • In Case You Missed It — Week Of March 22

    Trending On Texas A&M Today 1) #TAMUatSXSW Live Blog  2) 15 VizLab Alums Helped Bring Oscar Winner ‘Zootopia’ To Life 3) Donors Who Consider Overhead Costs Hurt Charities 4) Polymer Nanocomposites Developed At Texas A&M Could Improve Solar Cell Durability  5) Engineering Researchers Convert Greenhouse Gasses Into Clean,…

  • Bush School Welcomes Michael Bottiglieri As Development Director

    By Bush School staff Michael Bottiglieri The Bush School of Government and Public Service welcomes Michael Bottiglieri as Texas A&M Foundation director of development for the Bush School. Bottiglieri, a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Army, joined the Texas A&M Foundation in December 2016 after previously serving…

  • Texas A&M Chemistry Road Show To Entertain At SXSW In Austin

    Texas A&M University will take one of its most popular outreach programs – the Chemistry Road Show – to Austin’s South By Southwest (SXSW) event on Tuesday, March 14, from 5-6 p.m. in the Lady Bird Ballroom of the Hotel Van Zandt, and viewers will no doubt be dazzled…

  • #TAMUatSXSW Live Blog

    Dr. Toniesha Taylor, Prairie View A&M communications professor, discusses the role big data plays in her research on social justice movements. Day 5: Texas A&M House Wraps Up With Discussion On Big Data By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Marketing and Communications Texas A&M concluded its time in Austin Tuesday…

  • A History Of International Women’s Day

    By Mary Engelker and Susannah Hutcheson, Texas A&M University College of Liberal Arts In 1909, thousands of women took to the streets of New York City to demand better wages, equal rights, and shorter hours. In turn, International Women’s Day was born. The United Nations began to celebrate…

  • Plugging The Leaks: Research Aims To Prevent Nuclear Waste Seepage

    Zachary Grasley tests various grout mixtures. By Kristina Ballard, Texas A&M University College of Engineering Nuclear waste is a reality, whether remnants of nuclear weapons or the byproducts of nuclear power plants. While we aren’t at risk of an attack from a giant radioactive lizard, nuclear waste can still…

  • 3 Things I Learned At The ‘Voices Of Impact Speaker Series’

    Jia Wang delivers her “Workplace Incivility: The Silent Epidemic” Voices of Impact talk at Cavalry Court. By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Just what is a “frantic banana?” I found out that and much more at Texas A&M University’s inaugural “Voices of Impact Speaker Series,” hosted by…

  • The Big Event Submitted For Guinness World Record, Visit From Today Show

    By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M Marketing & Communications Texas A&M has invited The Today Show’s weatherman Al Roker to campus to help us set the world record for The Big Event, our annual one-day, student-run service project which has over 20,000 student volunteers participating in community enhancement projects.