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  • Empty Shelves Versus Excess Product: How Retailers Should Balance Inventory Levels

    A warehouse worker walks between racks of costumes at Angels The Costumiers on July 29, 2008 in London. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images) By Andrew Vernon, Texas A&M University Mays Business School Retailers are stocking fewer goods on their shelves, but have companies taken inventory reduction too far? A number of…

  • You Don’t Have To Look Far To Find Human Trafficking Victims

    A training program for flight attendants at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, drawing attention to sex trafficking. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) By Laurie Charles, Texas A&M University College of Nursing, for The Conversation Many people think that human trafficking means kidnapping and moving victims across state or national borders. After working…

  • NNSA Awards $10 Million Center Grant To Texas A&M-Led Consortium

    Since 1967, the Cyclotron Institute has served as the core of Texas A&M University’s nuclear science program and as a major technical and educational resource for the state, nation and world. Its research programs are funded primarily by the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation and the Welch…

  • First Round Of X-Grants Provides Funding For Eight Projects Involving 81 Texas A&M Researchers

    By Texas A&M Research Communications and Public Relations Eight interdisciplinary research projects will share $7 million in funding during the first round of Texas A&M University’s X-Grants program, an initiative of the 10-year, $100 million President’s Excellence Fund, the university announced today. The funded projects represent 81 faculty members…

  • Texas A&M Statement On Sexual Assault Investigations

    Texas A&M investigates every claim of sexual misconduct. When violations are confirmed, sanctions are imposed in all cases. A conduct review panel comprised of staff members determines sanctions on a case-by-case basis in consultation with all parties. All persons involved have the right to appeal. While the federal privacy…

  • Texas Sea Grant Awards Almost $44,000 To Grad Students For Research Projects

    By Texas Sea Grant Communications The Texas Sea Grant College Program at Texas A&M University has awarded $43,961 to 23 graduate students for various research projects at three Texas A&M University System institutions. The funds are awarded through Texas Sea Grant’s Grants-In-Aid of Graduate Research Program, which provides small…

  • Texas A&M University Hurricane Experts Guide

    By Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications staff The 2018 hurricane season begins June 1 and Texas A&M University has nearly 40 faculty experts available to discuss every aspect of hurricanes from early formation, recovery and resilience and more until the season ends Nov. 30.

  • Economist: Keeping Rehab Facilities Open Is Worth The Investment

    Economics professor Jason Lindo said the investment in rehabilitation facilities is worthwhile for counties hit by the drug abuse epidemic. (College of Liberal Arts) By Heather Rodriguez, Texas A&M University College of Liberal Arts Here are some sobering facts: In the United States, drug-induced mortality has become the leading cause…

  • How One Student’s Battle With A Rare Disease Led Her To Public Health

    [metaslider id=”75646″] By Zach Kluver, Texas A&M University Health Science Center Clarisa Medina was in seventh grade and about to have her tonsils removed when her family found out she had hemophilia. “The doctors said that there was a 50 percent chance of dying from the removal surgery, and my…

  • AACSB Reaccredits Mays Business School And Department Of Accounting

    By Kelli Levey Reynolds, Texas A&M University Mays Business School Mays Business School at Texas A&M University received its five-year accreditation renewal this week from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The renewal includes a separate accreditation of the Department of Accounting, making the college one of…