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  • Spear Point Study Offers New Explanation Of How Early Humans Settled North America

    Spear points  with fluted edges prove that early inhabitants traveled all over North America. (Heather Smith) By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications Highlights Researchers found that early settlers in the emerging ice-free corridor of interior western Canada were traveled north to Alaska, not south from Alaska, as…

  • Nine Aerospace Students Selected For positions In The US Air Force

    Left to right: Christopher Marcario, Brandon Wingfield, Matthew Bierwagen, Shelton Stephens, Nathan Agner, Brian Simpson, and Jake Wilcox. (Texas A&M University College of Engineering) By Jan McHarg, Texas A&M University College of Engineering Ask many aerospace engineering students what their lifelong dreams are, and one common answer is to fly.

  • Activist, Actress Diane Guerrero To Headline 30th SCOLA With ‘In The Country We Love’ Talk

    Actor Diane Guerrero speaks onstage during the 20th Annual National Hispanic Media Coalition Impact Awards Gala at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel on February 23, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (JC Olivera/Getty Images for National Hispanic Media Coalition) By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications “Orange is the New…

  • Texas A&M-UT Faculty Senates Discuss Free Speech On Campus

    Leonard Moore (right), Interim Vice President of the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement at University of Texas at Austin, and Claire Katz, Murray and Celeste Fasken Chair in Distinguished Teaching, Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M University discussed academic freedom during a panel discussion. (Mark Guerrero/Texas A&M University Marketing…

  • 5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of March 19

    1. Daily Show Correspondent, Comedian Hasan Minhaj To Perform At Texas A&M March 27 Hasan Minhaj, an actor, writer and comedian best known for his work as a correspondent for The Daily Show, will headline “Made in America: An International Experience” at Rudder Auditorium on the…

  • Project ELLA-V Pioneers New Teacher Virtual Mentoring, Coaching Model

    By Texas A&M University College of Education & Human Development Staff Jennifer Alexander, a teacher mentor, powers on her computer in Huntsville, Texas. A few minutes later, she’s watching a kindergarten teacher give a lesson on prediction and colors in her classroom in Brownsville, Texas — more than 400…

  • Timed Treatments Give Patients More Time

    (Getty) Inside Higher Ed Sponsored Content Circadian rhythms play a larger role than simply determining sleep patterns. They are key to energy use, metabolism rate, and even stroke severity. Thanks to researchers at Texas A&M University, we’ve learned they could also help with therapies for glioblastoma. The key…

  • Texas A&M Chemists Use Technology To Decode Language Of Lipid-Protein Interaction

    Membrane protein samples are infused into the mass spectrometry using nanoflow electrospray ionization (nESI). In this artwork, free and lipid bound membrane proteins are emerging from droplets in the nESI process prior to entering the mass spectrometer. (Laganowsky Laboratory, Texas A&M University) By Shana K. Hutchins, Texas A&M University College…

  • Monarch Butterfly Numbers Down Again, Says Texas A&M Expert

    A migrating Monarch butterfly defrosts and hangs on a branch until it can warm up February 15, 2002 in a part of the Sanctuary of Chicua, Mexico. (Getty Images) By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Marketing and Communications The number of Monarch butterflies is down once again this year, following…

  • During SXSW, Recharge At Texas A&M’s ‘Saving Mornings’ Smoothie Counter

    By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications SXSW-goers will be able to refresh and recharge with the help of Texas A&M University research at the Texas A&M Discovery Lounge “Saving Mornings” Smoothie Counter Tuesday, March 13 in the Brazos Ballroom of the Courtyard Marriott Hotel from 9…