Students, faculty and staff who voluntarily show proof of vaccination will be eligible for incentive drawings.
Experts on vaccines, infectious diseases and global health describe the latest stage of the pandemic.
Houston residents can now participate in the study, which aims to determine how effective vaccines are at preventing transmission of the virus.
A Texas A&M-coordinated study evaluates the pandemic’s impacts on the U.S. agriculture sectors.
Researchers are using radiation to decontaminate personal protective equipment including gowns, facial shields and N95 masks.
The Division of Student Affairs staff is engaging with students on how to curtail behavior that may spread the virus.
A Texas A&M-led study shows that the physical distancing measures meant to protect older adults from COVID-19 could be simultaneously harmful to their health.
The School of Public Health program aims to identify asymptomatic students to prevent the spread of the virus on campus.
Texas A&M pandemic policy experts offer 10 recommendations to reduce the risk of hospital capacity becoming overwhelmed.
As the first day of fall classes approaches, Texas A&M's Provost answers some frequently asked questions.
Texas A&M School of Innovation has accepted the projects, which address social impacts of COVID-19, for their Innovation[X] program.
Move-in, classes, football games and more will look different when students, faculty and staff return to campus later this month.
With less-than-clear guidance from officials, many parents and teachers of K-12 students fear the spread of COVID-19.