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Texas A&M University

May 19, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today launched its "Aggie Owned and Operated" program in Houston, a business venture to create a network of businesses owned by former students. More
May 16, 2011 -- Texas A&M University on Friday presented Brown Foundation-Earl Rudder Memorial Outstanding Student Awards to three of the university's top students on Friday. More
May 11, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will have a "virtual booth" available for College Week Live" Texas Day, an online college fair for prospective students, on Thursday. More
May 09, 2011 -- Texas A&M University Atmospheric Sciences Professor John Nielsen-Gammon, who also serves as the Texas State Climatologist, has reported that the state has experienced the driest seven months since record keeping began in 1895. More
May 09, 2011 -- Texas A&M University has announced that more than 6,800 students are expected to receive degrees during this week's commencement ceremonies, setting a new record in graduates from the university. More
May 06, 2011 -- Tarleton State University, a part of the Texas A&M University System, has selected Dr. Karen Murray as the university's new provost and vice president for academic affairs. More
May 05, 2011 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that a recent study by the university's Department of Health and Kinesiology shows that "bad cholestorol" may not be as unhealthy as previously considered. More
May 05, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host the 2011 Patent and Innovation Awards Luncheon on Friday. More
May 03, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Rodney Hill, professor of architecture at A&M, has been named a Piper Professor by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation. More
April 29, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System today announced that the university has created a new Veterans Support Office to coordinate and improve services for military veterans, active duty personnel and dependents attending the university. More
April 27, 2011 -- John and Kathleen Garcia of San Antonio were recently named Texas A&M University's "2011 Aggie Parents of the Year". More
April 25, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service has forecasted critical wildfire conditions for western portions of Texas on Tuesday. More
April 22, 2011 -- Texas A&M University's Storm Chasers, a student-run storm chasing team, has seen little storm activity this spring due to the current drought conditions. More
April 18, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will hold its annual Muster ceremonies on Thursday, with more than 300 ceremonies planned at various locations around the world. More
April 18, 2011 -- Texas A&M University recently received $14 million in grant funding from the United States Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture for research on Bovine Respiratory Disease and feed efficiency. More
April 16, 2011 -- A Texas A&M University geography professor is developing a drought-prediction system that could benefit everyone from ranchers in South Texas to weekend gardeners in Kansas. More
April 14, 2011 -- The Collin County Texas A&M University Mothers' Club has established a new scholarship for Texas A&M students from Collin County. More
April 11, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host Parents' Weekend, an annual spring celebration honoring parents of A&M students, April 15-17. More
April 09, 2011 -- Texas Forest Service, the Texas Division of Emergency Management and other state officials warn that wildfire weather conditions on Sunday could shape up to be among the worst in Texas history. More
April 08, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host baseball personalities Leland "Milo" Hamilton and Curt Smith as featured speakers for the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation program on April 18. More
April 07, 2011 -- Texas A&M University Atmospheric Scientist John Nielsen-Gammon today reported that the United States Drought Monitor has designated parts of central and eastern Texas as under "exceptional drought". More
April 07, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host "Globalization Goes South", part of the Wiley Lecture Series, on Friday at Rudder Auditorium. More
April 05, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will present the 2011 Visionary Merchant Award to Eduardo Castro-Wright, vice chair for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., on Wednesday. More
April 01, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University College of Science on Thursday inducted Dr. Richard S. Ruiz, a Houston ophthalmologist, into the Academy of Distinguished Former Students. More
March 30, 2011 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday presented checks to 279 faculty members in the university system as part of the 2010 Student Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence. More
March 30, 2011 -- Texas A&M University has launched Telehealth, a program operated by the university's Department of Educational Psychology, to provide mental health services to rural residents through the use of videoconferencing and Internet technologies. More
March 29, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking for a public lecture titled "The Origin of the Universe" on April 3. More
March 26, 2011 -- Ryan C. Crocker, dean and executive professor at the George Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, has been selected to receive the 2011 George Catlett Marshall Medal, the highest award presented by the Association of the United States Army. More
March 25, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Thursday elected Richard Box as chair and Phil Adams as vice chair of the board. More
March 24, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that an archaelogical team, led by the university, has uncovered evidence of human inhabitants in North America as far back as 15,500 years ago, 2,500 years earlier than previously believed. More
March 24, 2011 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that the enrollment of veterans and their dependents at the university's campuses has increased by 112 percent since 2009. More
March 24, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that more than 15,000 students have volunteered for the "Big Event" service project on Saturday. More
March 24, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University on Wednesday advised residents in Central Texas to be aware of the oak wilt disease, which kills oak trees. More
March 23, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the Texas Sea Grant College Program has been scheduled for federal review on May 10-11. More
March 22, 2011 -- Texas A&M University graduate and NASA astronaut Mike Fossum is scheduled to return to space in May aboard a Russian spacecraft on a mission to the International Space Station. More
March 21, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will unveil a biography of General James Earl Rudder, Texas A&M Graduate and past president of the Texas A&M University System, during a special ceremony on Thursday. More
March 20, 2011 -- Approximately one-third of the allegations of workplace discrimination filed by people with disabilities involve dismissal or poor working conditions leading to resignation, suggests a study done by Texas A&M University professor Fredrick Nafukho. More
March 20, 2011 -- Changing global climate due to on-going and projected warming have great potential to impact United States naval forces worldwide, according to a panel report that includes a Texas A&M University researcher. More
March 17, 2011 -- Texas A&M University Atmospheric Sciences Professor Ken Bowman has created a web site displaying models predicting paths air currents passing over Japan's damaged nuclear power plants are likely to take. More
March 16, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System on Tuesday reported that, according to preliminary data, enrollment for the spring semester at A&M universities reached a record 113,836 students. More
March 08, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents today promoted Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Karan L. Watson to permanently serve in the position. More
March 07, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service has issued a warning of possible extreme critical fire weather in the western half of Texas on Tuesday. More
March 07, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will hold a special meeting by telephone on Tuesday to consider items including future telecast rights in the Big 12 Conference and appointment of a provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Texas A&M. More
March 04, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will put on its "Big Event" on March 26, with more than 10,000 students volunteering to perform 1,500 fix-up or clean-up projects throughout the Bryan-College Station area. More
March 03, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service on Wednesday received the Lone Star Achievement Award from the Texas Fire Chiefs Association for the services' efforts in administering and promoting the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Aid System. More
March 03, 2011 -- The AgriLife Extension Office of Texas A&M University is offering a one-day training session in Houston on March 11 on "rainwater harvesting". More
February 28, 2011 -- President George H.W. Bush and the George Bush Presidential Library Founation will present the George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service posthumously to President Ronald Reagan on March 10 at the library at Texas A&M University. More
February 27, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service Predictive Services Department at Texas A&M University reports that it has been studying weather patterns, drought conditions and the status of vegetation across the state in anticipation of the current fire threat. More
February 26, 2011 -- Sixteen fire engines from departments across the state are being stationed throughout West Texas in preparation for potentially-devastating wildfire conditions expected Sunday. More
February 24, 2011 -- A Texas A&M University researcher says that Martian sunsets are dusty and blue, not like Earth's. More
February 24, 2011 -- Texas A&M University liberal arts professors have posted a two-part online series on influential civil rights speeches. More
February 24, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University System has entered into a joint venture with Lisam Systems of Belgium to form Lisam America, Inc., which will provide workplace environmental health and safety compliance software and services in the country. More
February 23, 2011 -- Texas A&M University researchers have reported that Monarch butterflies migrating through Texas could number 200 million this year. More
February 23, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host a Silver Taps ceremony on March 1 for Nicolis "Nico" Terrel Williams of Houston, a student of the university who died on February 11 from meningitis. More
February 22, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host an International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise, presented by the United States Army War College, on Wednesday. More
February 21, 2011 -- Dow Chemical has established The Dow Chemical Company/Charlene Miller Endowed Memorial Fellowship in Science through the Texas A&M Foundation. More
February 21, 2011 -- Eighty students from Ball Preparatory Academy at Ball High School traveled to Texas A&M University in College Station on Saturday, February 19 for the University’s annual “Aggieland Saturday” event. More
February 17, 2011 -- Peter Orszag, former director of the Office of Management and Budget, will speak at Texas A&M University on February 23. More
February 17, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host Adrian Smith, a former A&M student who designed the current world's tallest building, on Friday as featured speaker at the 2011 John Miles Rowlett Lecture Series. More
February 15, 2011 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University today issued a warning for residents along and west of the Interstate 35 corridor to be prepared for the possibility of dangerous wildfires this week due to dry weather conditions. More
February 14, 2011 -- Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin will hold a joint rally of alumni on Tuesday for its "Orange and Maroon Legislative Day" in Austin. More
February 14, 2011 -- Texas A&M University Chemical Engineering Professor M. Sam Mannan on Friday testified before the Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection and Security Technology of the Committee on Homeland Security in regards to developing standards and procedures to protect the nation's chemical infrastructure from acts of terrorism. More
February 13, 2011 -- A recent study led by Texas A&M biologists Dr. Gil Rosenthal and Dr. Heidi Fisher in collaboration with scientists at Centro de Investigaciones Cientificas de las Huastecas in Hidalgo, Mexico, and Boston University has determined that swordtail fish use chemical cues in their urine to elicit sexual responses from their downstream female counterparts. More
February 11, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host Baylor University President and former United States Solicitor General Ken Starr on February 18 to speak on "The Global Century and the Future of the Rule of Law". More
February 10, 2011 -- The Rio Grande Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists group, which is sponsored through Texas A&M University's Sea Grant Program, recently assisted volunteers in rescuing more than 800 green sea turtles "stunned" by cold weather near Port Isabel and South Padre Island. More
February 10, 2011 -- The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University will hold its fourth annual Nonprofit Management Forum April 8 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. More
February 04, 2011 -- The Texas A&M University Board of Regents today appointed retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Robert Smith, III as vice president at Texas A&M University and chief executive officer at Texas A&M at Galveston. More
February 03, 2011 -- The Aggie Feral Cat Alliance of Texas has successfully controlled campus feral cats at Texas A&M University. More
January 31, 2011 -- Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences will participate in the state's first Veterinary Legislative Day in Austin on Tuesday. More
January 31, 2011 -- Texas A&M University President R. Bowen Loftin will formally recommend to the Board of Regents this week that Rodney P. McClendon be appointed as the university's new vice president for administration. More
January 29, 2011 -- Texas A&M University will host its first-ever Veterinary Legislative Day on Tuesday, February 1 in the State Capitol Building in Austin. More
January 27, 2011 -- Texas A&M University's Army ROTC program has been awarded the MacArthur Award from the General Douglas MacArthur Foundation. More
January 25, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Dr. George W. Kattawar, professor of physics and astronomy at the university, has been selected by the Texas Academy of Science as the 2011 Distinguished Scientist of the Year. More
January 20, 2011 -- Texas A&M University is hosting 23rd annual Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference, which began today and continues through Sunday. More
January 17, 2011 -- Specialists with Texas A&M University's AgriLife Extension Service recently reported that mass bird die-offs are typically due to natural, or explicable, causes. More
January 12, 2011 -- Texas A&M University today announced that one of the license plates that will be available for bid in the "Great Texas Plate Auction" on Thursday will be "AGGIES 1". More
January 11, 2011 -- Joan Wolf, an assistant professor of women’s and gender studies at Texas A&M University, challenges conventional wisdom about breastfeeding and the widely held belief that it is always best for babies in her newly released book. More
January 11, 2011 -- Biologists at Texas A&M University have made an important step toward understanding human mating behavior by showing that certain genes become activated in fruit flies when they interact with the opposite sex. More
January 06, 2011 -- Researchers with Texas A&M University and the University of California, Santa Barbara today published findings that methane gas concentrations in the Gulf of Mexico have returned to "near normal" levels after the release of gas and oil that occurred following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in April. More
January 05, 2011 -- Three speakers from Texas A&M University will offer their insights on the Lone Star State’s ability to generate research-based innovations during this year’s annual meeting of the Academy of Medicine, Engineering & Science of Texas. More
January 04, 2011 -- Texas A&M exercise physiologist Michael Massett and his research team are specifically trying to identify genes that influence how people respond to exercise training. More
January 04, 2011 -- As Texas A&M University prepares to face off against Louisiana State University in the 75th AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, 12 Aggies are preparing to get real-world experience in the business of big-time college sports. More
January 04, 2011 -- A professor with Texas A&M University has taken a leadership role in a research team reviewing policies in connection to reducing childhood obesity. More
December 23, 2010 -- The Texas AgriLife Extension Service at Texas A&M University has provided tips for South Central Texas residents planning to prepare their plants for the winter. More
December 22, 2010 -- A Texas A&M University professor recently published results of a study suggesting that cancer patients who continue to smoke experience greater pain than non-smokers. More
December 22, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University today announced that eight of the its employees have graduated from the agency's Leadership Enrichment Program. More
December 22, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has been awarded a Foursquare Collegiate Badge, which allows students and visitors to collect virtual badges when "checking in" at the campus using their mobile device. More
December 22, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's Bush School of Government and Public Service has been selected to participate in the Robertson Fellows Program to prepare graduate students for federal government careers in international relations and related fields. More
December 20, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University today issued safety tips for the holiday season. More
December 20, 2010 -- Rebecca Sappenfield received two degrees from two Texas A&M University campuses on Saturday. More
December 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has published a report on Skyler Yancey who has earned a degree in communication in two and half years on campus. More
December 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has published a report on researcher and bilingual education professor Rafael Lara-Alecio who heads the English as a Second or Foreign Language Project. More
December 16, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University today announced that fire weather forecasters have predicted chances of firestorms for the Southern Plains area this winter. More
December 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today implemented a plan to reduce the university's faculty by more than 100 members in efforts to lower costs. More
December 15, 2010 -- According to a new study co-authored by a Texas A&M University researcher, African-Americans are underrepresented in hiring decisions as college football coaches. More
December 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University researcher and professor Andrew Dessler recently found that warming due to increases in greenhouse gases will cause clouds to trap more heat, leading to additional global warming, in a process called "cloud feedback". More
December 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University students will present an exhibit on ancient Jamaica, with an opening reception on Saturday at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History in Bryan. More
December 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will co-sponsor the Young Engineers and Scientists Symposium on January 10-12. More
December 07, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System on Monday reported that nine of the system's schools were among the top 25 Texas agencies for purchasing goods and services from companies certified as Historically Underutilized Businesses. More
December 06, 2010 -- Researchers with Texas AgriLife at Texas A&M University have developed a method to cut, by as much as half, the amount of irradiation required to kill salmonella, E. coli and other pathogens on fresh produce. More
December 04, 2010 -- Specially designed equipment is monitoring photosynthesis in 14 rice varieties at the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Beaumont. More
December 03, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Thursday named 18 professors and administrators as recipients of Regents Awards. More
December 03, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University Board of Regents on Thursday authorized the establishment of the Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study, which is tasked to "attract pre-eminent scholars from throughout the nation and abroad". More
December 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University architecture students recently collaborated with students at the University of Oklahoma to develop design concepts for a community health center and adjacent shopping and mixed-use commercial development for the north Tulsa area. More
December 01, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System on Tuesday announced that astronaut Rick Linnehan has joined the university's research staff on temporary assignment, through a partnership with NASA, to serve as the director for space science, policy and education. More
November 29, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet on Thursday to consider the addition of a new Master of Professional Accountancy degree program, among other items of business. More
November 29, 2010 -- Texas A&M University now has tickets available for a January 20 program to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the beginning of military operations to liberate Kuwait. More
November 29, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will unveil its new Veterinary Emergency Team on Wednesday. More
November 21, 2010 -- According to a team of researchers led by Leonard L. Berry of Texas A&M University, Ann M. Mirabito of Baylor University and William B. Baun of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, wellness programs provide high returns. More
November 19, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has published a press release regarding roles professors at the university have played in the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial Project. More
November 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker, head of the university's George Bush School of Government and Public Service, is expected to be nominated to serve on the United States Advisory Commission on Public Policy. More
November 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that the university's undergraduate and graduate landscape architecture programs were ranked among the best in the country by the Design Futures Council. More
November 15, 2010 -- The AgriLife Research department at Texas A&M University recently announced that scientists have found that a gene within a virus is useful for allowing foreign genes to be introduced into a plant without harmful effects. More
November 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University at Galveston officially dedicated its highly sophisticated, 109,000 square-foot Ocean and Coastal Studies Building with a special ceremony on November 11. More
November 12, 2010 -- Former President George H.W. Bush will host a ceremony on January 20 at Texas A&M University to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the beginning of military operations to liberate Kuwait from occupation by Iraq. More
November 12, 2010 -- Texas AgriLife Research scientists report that Texas farmers are making use of wireless Internet technology to improve their crops. More w/Video
November 11, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host New York Times chief military correspondent Michael Gordon on Wednesday to provide his perspective on the recent disclosure of military information through WikiLeaks and the future of Iraq. More
November 09, 2010 -- The University of Texas Investment Management Co. reports that endowments benefitting institutions in The UT System and Texas A&M University System posted a 16.8 percent return for the year ending June 30. More
November 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host the annual Big 12 Diversity Conference on November 12-13. More
November 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Assistant Professor Jamilia Blake is heading a study to better understand how parental attitudes and beliefs about aggression influence children's behavior. More
November 06, 2010 -- Deputy Under Secretary for Defense Paul Brinkley will give a presentation focusing on building business to support economic and social stability in Iraq and Afghanistan on November 19 at Texas A&M University. More
November 04, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that Ambassador Ryan Crocker, dean of the university's George Bush School of Government and Public Service, will deliver the commencement convocation speech on December 16. More
November 04, 2010 -- The George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University will host a panel discussion with economic leaders on Friday to discuss the nation's current economic status and recommendations for the future. More
November 03, 2010 -- Former President and Mrs. George H.W. Bush will host economic leaders Sheila Bair, Sallie Krawcheck and Christina Romer at the George Bush Presidential Library Center in College Station on Friday. More
November 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University President Dr. Bowen Loftin has announced that William Hearn is stepping down as acting vice president and chief executive officer at the Texas A&M University at Galveston campus and that Dr. William Merrell will assume the interim position. More
November 01, 2010 -- Two Texas A&M University psychologists are working to reduce the number of veterans that commit suicide each day as they research mental health issues affecting veterans and suicide prevention. More
November 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will be represented with a virtual booth for the next college fair being staged in cyberspace, "CollegeWeekLive Fall". More
October 28, 2010 -- Texas A&M University at Galveston Professor Sam Brody has created a detailed, web-based coastal atlas of the Texas coast. More
October 27, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University is predicting dangerous wildfire conditions for Southeast Texas on Thursday due to a cold front bringing strong winds and dry conditions to the drought-affected area. More
October 22, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host oceanographers and other scientists from the Texas A&M System on October 28 for a discussion on the impacts of the Gulf oil spill. More
October 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that, according to A&M Professor and State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas can anticipate "a warm and dry winter, and drought conditions are already occurring in much of the state". More
October 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host an evening with former speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush Curt Smith and George Bush Presidential Library Foundation Executive Director Roman Popadiuk on Tuesday at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. More
October 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that researchers have found that manufacturing firms that continue to invest in marketing and research and development are more likely to remain successful. More
October 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently published a press release regarding epilepsy in animals, which according to researcher Jonathan Levine, should be taken seriously when signs of the condition are present. More
October 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has received a $3.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a new center dedicated to women faculty. More
October 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that annual expenditures in science and engineering research at the university have exceeded $600 million for the first time in the university's history. More
October 06, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon has forecast that high temperatures in Texas could be as much as 5 degrees hotter than present day by 2060. More
October 04, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Brigadier General Joe E. Ramirez, Jr. has been named the commandant of the university's Corps of Cadets. More
October 01, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System is expanding an innovative collaboration with The University of Texas System to preserve library resources at both institutions of higher education. More
October 01, 2010 -- Researchers from the University of California-Davis and Texas A&M University believe they have opened doors for new ways to fight Salmonella. More
September 30, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that it is one of five collaborating institutions in an $18 million National Institutes of Health-funded research program to develop nanotechnology-based therapies and diagnostics tools for treating heart and lung disease. More
September 29, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host an event on Friday to unveil design concepts by architecture students at the university for turning a rural African medical clinic into a hospital. More
September 29, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System will host the Chancellor's Summit on Teacher Education on October 3-5 at the Omni Hotel in Austin. More
September 29, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host Admiral Michael Mullen, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who will present a speech entitled "Military Power as a Tool of the State" on Thursday. More
September 26, 2010 -- Texas A&M University professor William Klemm says that it's possible to avoid becoming 'zombies' when it comes to decision making. More
September 26, 2010 -- A research paper co-authored by a Texas A&M University professor suggests that children, particularly children with disabilities, are especially vulnerable to the effects of disasters. More
September 26, 2010 -- Rice growers can now turn to a computer program for a pretty close forecast for a rice crop and what changes could improve the outcome at harvest. More
September 24, 2010 -- R. Bowen Loftin outlined his vision for the future of Texas A&M University on Friday after he was formally installed as president of the university. More
September 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will formally install Dr. R. Bowen Loftin as the university's 24th president during the annual academic convocation on Friday. More
September 20, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet on Thursday and Friday in the H.D. Smith Operations Complex at the Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station. More
September 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that it ranks second nationally in a Wall Street Journal study in which large U.S. companies, non-profits and governmental agencies rated schools on the basis of whose graduates were best prepared and most able to succeed. More
September 18, 2010 -- A Texas A&M University study indicates retailers can increase sales without dropping prices too much or too often and cutting into their profit margins. More
September 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University researcher John Kessler recently published results of studies made with a team of scientists led by a professor from the University of California - Santa Barbara regarding the fate and impact of hydrocarbon gases escaping from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. More
September 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Oceanographer John Kessler recently returned to the area of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill site to participate in efforts to monitor and study the location. More
September 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that it kicked off its fall semester ranking in the Top Ten Schools on Facebook. More
September 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that "DNA analysis is poised to experience a significant advancement thanks to the work of a TAMU chemical engineer, who has discovered a way to achieve more effective separation of DNA fragments". More
September 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that it has updated TAMUmobile apps, its suite of free mobile applications for the iPhone and Blackberry, with popular campus information for students on the go. More
September 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that the American Institute for Economic Research 2010-2011 College Destinations Index lists College Station as one of the nation's top 12 "college towns." More
September 12, 2010 -- Paul E. Hardin, who holds the rank of distinguished professor of biology and is director of the Center for Biological Clocks Research at Texas A&M University, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of protein modifications on the biological clock of fruit flies. More
September 10, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University will host a training session on harvesting rainwater on November 18 at the AgriLife Extension office in Houston. More
September 10, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host the reopening of its restored Military Walk on Saturday. More
September 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that the university has set an enrollment record, with 49,426 students registered for the fall semester. More
September 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced the formation of the National Biosecurity Foundation, a nonprofit organization created to "provide comprehensive, integrated solutions to enhance biosecurity against naturally emerging infectious diseases and bioterrorist attacks". More
September 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host biophysicist and expert on biological terrorism Dr. Steven M. Block on September 16 to present a lectures on bioterrorism and the biophysics of gene regulation. More
September 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host a "Smart Grid Conference" on November 8-9 in Austin to discuss technology issues confronting electric cooperatives and municipal utility providers. More
September 06, 2010 -- Texas A&M researchers believe they are making progress in solving the problem of subfertility of breeding stallions. More
September 03, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Associate Professor Brad Kirkman recently analyzed the effects of cultural values on job outcomes. More
September 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that donations of more than $5 million have been given toward the renovation of the university's Memorial Student Center. More
September 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has received a $10 million grant from the Department of Energy to fund a new combined heat and power generation system for the university's campus in College Station. More
September 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that researchers working to restore the hull of La Belle, a light frigate recovered from the ocean, are using a large freeze dryer to preserve the pieces of the vessel. More
September 01, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service at Texas A&M University today reminded hunters to be aware of wildfire risks at the opening of the dove hunting season. More
August 29, 2010 -- Timothy Elliott, professor of counseling psychology in Texas A&M's Department of Educational Psychology, and his graduate students are working to improve the care veterans receive for mental health issues. More
August 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University is encouraging Aggies to wear maroon and white on September 3 as part of College Colors Day. More
August 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host Dr. Joseph Westphal, Undersecretary of the Army, on Saturday at the George Bush Presidential Library to meet with student leaders of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets and participants in the Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Disabled Veterans. More
August 19, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that an international research team led by the university's Dr. Kim-Vy Tran, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy, has discovered that ancient galaxies are still actively forming stars. More
August 19, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that it has been awarded a $6.6 million Broadband Technology Opportunities Program grant to provide high-speed broadband access to all 11 A&M System universities, as well as the Texas A&M Health Science Center and communities served by the A&M System. More
August 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that it has received an "A" rating by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni for the university's general education curricula. More
August 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will hold its "Residence Hall Move-In Assistance Day" on Sunday to help students move into residences for the start of fall classes. More
August 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that it has received a $2.7 million grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services to expand research and services for people with disabilities at the university's Center on Disability and Development. More
August 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's Mays Business School will host the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities starting Saturday at the university's campus. More
August 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Dr. Heather Manley has been appointed as the new director for operations and business development at the Institute for Innovative Therapeutics. More
August 10, 2010 -- Texas A&M astronomer Dr. Lucas Macri and a team of several international astronomers who spent 28 hours with the Hubble Space Telescope today published a deep-exposure shot depicting NCG 4911, "a majestic face-on spiral galaxy located deep within the Coma Cluster of galaxies, that lies 320 million light years away in the northern constellation Coma Berenices". More
August 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University oceanographer Steve DiMarco, who has just completed a research cruise to study the dead zone off Texas waters, reports that the zone has reached the Texas coast. More
August 05, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's Assistant Professor of Oceanography John Kessler, who conducted one of the early on-site studies of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, today said that reports claiming that 75 percent of the oil spill has either been cleaned up or broken down by natural forces are "misleading, if not totally inaccurate". More
August 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will kick off its traditional "Fish Camp" orientation program for freshmen on Tuesday. More
August 01, 2010 -- Michael "Mickey" and Susan Branisa of Houston have honored their late son, Ryan, with a gift to the Texas A&M Foundation of an endowed fellowship in his name at Texas A&M University's George Bush School of Government and Public Service. More
August 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that two of their researchers "are are trying to understand factors that contribute to young children's emotional eating and later obesity or eating disorders". More
July 28, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently hosted a workshop on the future of scientific ocean drilling, where participants discussed challenges such as the increasing cost of drilling. More
July 25, 2010 -- A Texas A&M University veterinary expert is helping train teams of volunteers to work with oil-coated birds, gearing them up to respond to wildlife affected by oil spills such as the recent one in the Gulf of Mexico. More
July 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that it ranks first among public institutions in Texas in earnings of graduates at the midpoint of their careers, according to new listings posted by PayScale, Inc. More
July 23, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University Board of Regents today approved a $3.3 billion operating budget for the 2011 fiscal year. More
July 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host a workshop of the world's top authorities on scientific ocean drilling on July 25-26 to plan for future deep-sea exploration. More
July 19, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System today presented Teaching Excellence Awards to 161 faculty members. More
July 19, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet on July 22-23. More
July 19, 2010 -- The Texas AgriLife Extension Service at Texas A&M University has announced that flood waters continue to "cause serious problems" for a three-county area downstream of Falcon Dam on the Rio Grande. More
July 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently used weather balloons to gather air samples above the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. More
July 12, 2010 -- The Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine, a leading global source for genetic discoveries, has been selected by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to identify and develop new drug targets for certain toxins, viruses and bacterial pathogens. More
July 07, 2010 -- Dr. Arthur G. Hansen, who served as chancellor of The Texas A&M University System from 1982 until 1986, died Monday in Fort Myers, Florida, following surgery-related complications. More
July 06, 2010 -- A Texas A&M University ocean expert says that "although tar balls from the Gulf oil spill have been found in Texas, it is unlikely that huge amounts of oil will eventually reach the state's beaches". More
July 06, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System today was named by Texas Governor Rick Perry as a participant in the Gulf Project. More
July 04, 2010 -- Texas A&M University released an article on Army Captain Mark White, an instructor in the Physical Education Activity Program at Texas A&M serving his second tour of duty in Iraq. More
July 02, 2010 -- The Texas AgriLife Extension Service predicts that Hurricane Alex's rains may benefit South Texas row crops that are now on the brink of harvesting. More
July 01, 2010 -- Brett Cornwell has been appointed associate vice chancellor for commercialization for The Texas A&M University System. More
July 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University chemical oceanographer Thomas Bianchi will examine the oil-soaked Louisiana marshes next week as part of a National Science Foundation grant to conduct immediate research on the impact of the gulf oil spill. More
June 27, 2010 -- Almost 60 uniquely designed and pieced quilts were donated this year by kids as young as 6 years old who accepted a challenge by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service's 4-H youth organization. More
June 27, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has released a TAMU researcher's explanation how an embryo fights retroviral infection. More
June 27, 2010 -- A new statewide Rainwater Harvesting Training Camp has been set for August 16-20 on the Texas Tech University campus in Junction. More
June 27, 2010 -- According to Texas A&M University, Texas AgriLife Extension Service and other experts say there are definite economic and environmental advantages to composting. More
June 27, 2010 -- Results of a study dealing with care of a child with a disability, conducted by researchers at the Texas A&M University Center on Disability and Development, have been published in the current issue of Rehabilitation Psychology. More
June 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University oceanography professor John Kessler is currently in the Gulf of Mexico conducting research on the oil spill with a $160,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. More
June 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a geologist with the university has said Afghanistan could contain billions of dollars worth of lithium, as well as other mineral deposits. More
June 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that its new supercomputer, the Eos, is ranked 420th fastest in the world, and is helping speed the pace of drug research. More
June 14, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that one of the university's researchers recently published work on recent findings and new research directions that could "pave the way for a better understanding of aerosol formation", which leads to haze that impacts the environment. More
June 11, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has successfully delivered the first clone of a live mare horse. More
June 10, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that two of the university's professors have received a $550,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate the water cycle in a Costa Rican cloud forest. More
June 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Mark Lemmon, an associate professor of atmospheric sciences at the university, has been named a recipient of the NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal. More
June 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Geochemical and Environmental Research Group Director Norman Guinasso today provided a comparison of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill incident to a spill involving a Mexican oil well that blew out in 1979. More
June 07, 2010 -- The Texas AgriLife Extension Office has provided Father's Day gift suggestions of book titles available at the Extension office's online bookstore. More
June 05, 2010 -- Dr. Larry Stein, AgriLife Extension horticulturist, says that Satsuma Miho mandarins are one of the five new Texas Superstars for 2010. More
June 04, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has received recognition from the Galveston County Commissioners Court for the university's assistance in the economic recovery of the Bolivar Peninsula through the Bush School of Government and Public Service. More
June 03, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Oceanographer Piers Chapman reports that, depending on several factors, the impact of a hurricane on the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico "might be a good thing, or maybe not such a good thing". More
June 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University educators today gave their point of view regarding the possible impact of national uniform education standards on Texas, which has abstained from participating in the national standards. More
May 31, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that Justin Rackley, a 2008 TAMU graduate and professional angler, has been selected as the first-ever professional athlete to be officially sponsored by the university. More
May 30, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Friday unanimously approved a 2.8 percent increase in its designated tuition. More
May 27, 2010 -- The Texas AgriLife Extension Service is offering three opportunities for small-acreage landholders to participate in an online course on rainwater collection for livestock and wildlife. More
May 27, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that it will collaborate with Gamesa Technology Corporation on the installation of a new generation of wind turbine at the West Texas A&M University campus. More
May 27, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that university oceanographer John Kessler has been awarded a $160,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to examine methane gas in the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. More
May 25, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet May 27-28 in College Station. More
May 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently presented awards to students Stephanie Burns, Morgan Knocke and Blayne Thompson during the university's spring commencement ceremonies. More
May 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Dr. Nicholas Suntzeff, professor of physics and astronomy at the university, has been named a Jefferson Science Fellow for 2010-2011 by the United States Department of State. More
May 19, 2010 -- A landmark cancer research partnership will be announced on Wednesday for The Texas A&M University System, The University of Texas System and the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center. More
May 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that members of the university's Public Policy Research Institute will present two initiatives on Tuesday at the UN International Day of Families Program. More
May 16, 2010 -- Using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, a Texas A&M University-led team of astronomers has uncovered what may be the earliest, most distant cluster of galaxies ever detected. More
May 14, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today hosted General David Petraeus, who spoke to members of the university's Corps of Cadets as part of the commencement ceremonies taking place at the university today and on Saturday. More
May 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host General David Petraeus today to present the convocation address for the university's commencement ceremonies, which will be held on Friday and Saturday. More
May 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that, according to State Climatologist and university professor John Nielsen-Gammon, parts of Texas are already facing drought conditions this year. More
May 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Oceanographer Piers Chapman has reported that the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf Coast could hit the Texas coast within a few days if currents change. More
May 11, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday published a press release about the Thompsons, a set of quadruplets who will be graduating from the university on May 14. More
May 06, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that chemistry professor Dr. Hongcai "Joe" Zhou has been selected as one of 37 scientists nationwide to share in a $106 million grant through the United States Department of Energy. More
May 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has released information on Gunnar Schade, professor of atmospheric sciences who specializes in air quality, and his plans to study oak trees from the Houston area to the Sam Houston National Forest to see how well they take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, and what effect ozone pollution has on the trees. More
May 02, 2010 -- A Texas A&M University has released information on one of its scientist who tracks origins Of bootleg honey from China. More
May 02, 2010 -- Marc A. Nigliazzo, a former president of Galveston College, was appointed inaugural president of Texas A&M University–Central Texas on Friday during a special telephonic meeting of The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. More
April 30, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced the launch of its "Life is Loud" career-building campaign to help address statewide teacher shortages in math and science. More
April 29, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently announced George C. Edwards, III, founding director of the university's Center for Presidential Studies, has published a handbook on the presidency of the United States. More
April 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that Keith and the late Susan Wied of Wilson are Texas A&M University's "2010 Aggie Parents of the Year." More
April 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M released an article stating that serpents are on the move in Texas but few are venomous. More
April 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has announced that former President George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush will host a celebration for the United Service Organization on Monday at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. More
April 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host a symposium on Texas air quality on Thursday and Friday at the Annenberg Presidential Center. More
April 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will hold Muster ceremonies on Wednesday at more than 320 locations around the world. More
April 18, 2010 -- Students in a school design studio in the College of Architecture at Texas A&M are collaborating with educational administration students in the College of Education and Human Development to help educators design new schools. More
April 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University professor Dr. William Sager recently completed an expedition with a team of researchers to study the "Shatsky Rise Formation", a sea floor "supervolcano". More
April 15, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host former President George H.W. Bush and Karl Rove for the Kay and Britt Rice Lecture Series today at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library. More
April 11, 2010 -- The Texas A&M University System’s Office of Technology Commercialization recognized the achievements of 39 of the A&M System’s leading researchers during the annual Patent and Innovation Awards Luncheon on Wednesday. More
April 11, 2010 -- The second phase of a Texas AgriLife Extension Service study confirmed that it is possible to exclude feral hogs from wildlife feeding stations without limiting access by white-tailed deer. More
April 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host Major Stephen Ruth as speaker at the university's 2010 campus Muster on April 21. More
April 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers plans to establish a new research and treatment center at the university's Health Science Center. More
April 07, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host Governor Tom Ridge, former Secretary of Homeland Security, and General Wesley Clark, former Supreme NATO Allied Commander, on Friday to speak at the university's Wiley Lecture. More
April 07, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that a new study finds that workers who are religiously different from others in the workplace are likely to have poor experiences at work. More
April 06, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Monday hosted a lecture by physicist Stephen Hawking entitled "Out of a Black Hole". More
April 06, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host the "School of Rock" in September at its Gulf Coast Repository and on the research vessel JOIDES to provide science teachers with a "hands-on" research experience. More
April 05, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's Texas Aggie Storm Chasers have reported light storm activity to date this season, but that April and May are prime storm time for tornado activity in Texas. More
April 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that General David Petraeus, head of the United States Central Command, will be the convocation speaker at the university's spring commencement ceremonies. More
March 30, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center Director Walter Gillis Peacock will make a presentation to a presidential committee on Thursday regarding a proposal developed by the university for a nationwide research initiative aimed at lessening the effects of natural disasters. More
March 28, 2010 -- Texas A&M University announced that a BlackBerry version of TAMU mobile apps allows users of the smart phone device to access information about Texas A&M University, ranging from academic schedules to maps to athletic scores. More
March 27, 2010 -- Two Texas A&M University professors have announced that the population of Monarch butterflies is down, while the hummingbird population is not. More
March 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host physicist Stephen Hawking on April 5 at Rudder Auditorium. More
March 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host its "Big Event" community service day on Saturday. More
March 22, 2010 -- Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences will host its 17th Annual Open House on Saturday. More
March 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that researchers with the university have found that the male pipefish, which become pregnant and give birth, can range in attitude toward their offspring from "total love to total neglect". More
March 18, 2010 -- Richard A. Chilcoat, former dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, passed away on Tuesday in College Station. More
March 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host John Zogby and Curt Smith as speakers for the Bank of America Program on Volunteerism on March 29 at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. More
March 16, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a team assembled by one of the university's professors, has published the results of research into methods to slow or stop cancer cells from spreading through the human body. More
March 14, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will begin using a new program this summer for processing federal student loans. More
March 13, 2010 -- Several groups of Aggies – known for having a strong tradition of community service – will pay their own way to travel to various places around the country next week and volunteer their services to those in need by participating in Texas A&M University’s “Alternative Spring Break.” More
March 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that it has been selected as a Tillman Military Scholars Program partner. More
March 11, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has announced that students representing 20 of the university's fraternities and sororities will leave on Friday to participate in the Second Annual Greek Life Mission Trip to help rebuild hurricane-damaged homes and businesses in Lake Charles, Louisiana. More
March 08, 2010 -- Lieutenant General James F. Hollingsworth, a 1940 graduate of Texas A&M University and highly decorated military officer, passed away on March 2 in San Antonio. More
March 05, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that a team of researchers, including 10 from the university, have published findings from their work in creating a particle believed not to have been in existence since after the creation of the universe by utilizing a "Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider". More
March 02, 2010 -- Students with Texas A&M University recently campaigned to help the Beach family in Kemah, and supported the family's selection for "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition". More
March 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Sunday announced that a study by researchers at the university finds that nanoparticles in the atmosphere can visible affect both weather patterns and human health all over the world. More
February 28, 2010 -- The Lamar University chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, will host William Klemm, professor of neuroscience at Texas A&M University, for its annual lecture March 17. More
February 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that the Texas Plant-Expressed Vaccine Consortium, of which the university is a member, has launched an initiative to develop a means to manufacture vaccines faster through the use of tobacco plants rather than eggs. More
February 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has received a $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to build additional space for research laboratories at the university's Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building. More
February 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host Chair and CEO of Fox News Roger Ailes as speaker at the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs on March 5. More
February 18, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the United States Drought Monitor has shown that the drought that had been affecting Texas has officially ended. More
February 17, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Mark Lemmon has reported that attempts are still being made to contact the Phoenix Mars Lander, but not expected to succeed. More
February 15, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that researchers have published a study of the tongue of a fruit fly, which may provide information about human eating habits that could be used to treat obesity. More
February 13, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has announced the introduction of TAMUmobile Web – a mobile website optimized for easy access to popular campus services and information from any cellular phone or mobile device. More
February 12, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Dr. R. Bowen Loftin has been formally named as president of the university. More
February 09, 2010 -- Texas A&M University at Galveston marine biology professor Tom Iliffe will be among scientists featured in "Extreme Cave Diving", a television program by National Geographic airing tonight. More
February 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Khalid A. Al-Falih, president of Saudi Aramco petroleum company, has been selected as the recipient of the university's Outstanding International Alumnus Award. More
February 06, 2010 -- Former Texas A&M architecture student Adrian Smith, who designed the shimmering spire atop the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, was an honored guest in Dubai for the official opening of the building. More
February 05, 2010 -- Texas A&M University researchers have published a series of articles in the journal "Diplomatic History" regarding the foreign policy of former President George H.W. Bush. More
February 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host former First Lady Barbara Bush via videoconference on Wednesday to read a story to students across Texas. More
February 02, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host General Walter Natynczyk, the highest-ranking military officer in Canada, on Friday to speak on the United States-Canada alliance. More
February 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that it has awarded an honorary doctorate to Aaron Cohen, emeritus professor at the university's Department of Mechanical Engineering and former director of the Johnson Space Center. More
February 01, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Dr. Robert G. "Bob" Merrifield, a lead researcher in agriculture at the university, passed away on January 30 in College Station. More
February 01, 2010 -- Ryan Crocker, a former ambassador to Iraq, started his new position as dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University last week. More
January 25, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a new study published by one of its doctoral graduate students finds that "lengthy unemployment and poverty may increase sexual appetite and risk in young people". More
January 24, 2010 -- Rafael Lara-Alecio and Fuhui Tong of the Middle School Science for English language learners project at Texas A&M University report that improvements are being made in science education and literacy for students at risk because of limited English proficiency or family income. More
January 24, 2010 -- Armed with a sample of the deepest near-infrared images yet, captured by NASA’s new Wide Field Camera 3 on board the Hubble Space Telescope, Texas A&M University astronomers Dr. Casey Papovich and Dr. Steven Finkelstein and their collaborators have completed their initial analysis of the light from 35 galaxies formed between 500 and 800 million years after the Big Bang — likely some of the most distant galaxies ever identified. More
January 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Interim President R. Bowen Loftin was named sole finalist for the position of president in a vote today by the nine-member Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. More
January 21, 2010 -- Texas A&M University has published a release about Nancy Barrera, a bilingual student pursuing a career teaching English. More
January 20, 2010 -- Texas A&M University will host the Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference at its campus beginning Thursday. More
January 19, 2010 -- Texas A&M University recently published tips on improving memory from university neuroscience professor Bill Klemm. More
January 18, 2010 -- Four authors from the Texas A&M University Press will headline a symposium entitled "Examining the Texas Coast" on Thursday at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. More
January 15, 2010 -- The Texas Forest Service on Wednesday announced that forester Pete Smith was recently honored with Texas A&M University's Vice Chancellor's Award in Excellence for his work on tree issues in Galveston following Hurricane Ike. More
January 15, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that it has been ranked among the top 10 public "best value" colleges for 2010 by The Princeton Review. More
January 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University today published a press release about one of its professor's efforts to find new and better methods of medical imaging to see through the human body. More
January 08, 2010 -- Texas A&M University Meteorologist Brent McRoberts today reported that more cold weather and rain are forecast for Texas for a few months. More
January 07, 2010 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that an online tool created through a project at the university has reduced paperwork for educators. More
December 23, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that the university's Collie mascot, "Reveille", placed second overall in the country's top 125 dogs in pop culture ranked by the American Kennel Club. More
December 23, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has published a list of facts about reindeer. More
December 22, 2009 -- Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences' Chief of Emergency and Critical Care Services Dr. David Nelson recently worked with the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine to perform life-saving surgery on a dachshund with a rare heart condition. More
December 21, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that Dr. Barbara Gastel, a professor in the veterinary integrative biosciences department, has been named the recipient of the 2010 John P. McGovern Science and Society Award. More
December 18, 2009 -- A Texas A&M University physicist, in collaboration with colleagues at Rice University and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, reports progress on the development of "T-rays", a new technique that may make X-rays obsolete as a means of detecting bombs on terrorists or illegal drugs on traffickers. More
December 17, 2009 -- A Texas A&M University researcher is assisting in a greenhouse gas project with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. More
December 14, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has published a release on a San Antonio family whose parents met in the university's Corps of Cadets, and whose daughter is currently a freshman with the corps. More
December 10, 2009 -- The Texas A&M University Conservation Research Lab has unveiled an 11-foot-long cannon which was lifted from its watery resting place in the Texas City Channel, where it had been submerged for 146 years. More
December 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has announced that Architecture Professor Susan Rodiek has created a set of educational videos on how to maximize senior citizens' use of outdoor space at health facilities. More
December 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that it has formed an agreement with The Parking Spot, to use maroon-spotted shuttles buses for its airport shuttle services in Houston and Dallas. More
December 08, 2009 -- Researchers from Texas A&M University report that they are assessing and conserving artifacts from the Civil War gunboat USS Westfield, which was recovered November 19 as part of an upgrade of the Texas City Channel by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. More
December 04, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today dedicated two new physics buildings named after one of the school’s most distinguished and charitable graduates – the George P. Mitchell ’40 Physics Building and the George P. and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy. More
December 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Distinguished Professor of Physics Dr. Dimitri Nanopoulos has been named a recipient of the 2009 Enrico Fermi Prize for his work in the field of string theory. More
December 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University's Institute for Preclinical Studies today announced that it has been awarded a $9.9 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop frontline treatments for military personnel. More
December 02, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will hold a dedication ceremony on Friday for two new physics buildings on its main campus in College Station. More
November 25, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that a research team joined by Texas A&M researchers has found that six large arctic river ecosystems could provide a means to monitor climate change in the polar regions. More
November 23, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has announced that one of its former environmental design students will appear on a reality show debuting on December 2 on the Bravo television network. More
November 19, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that researchers with the university have recently published studies on how viruses that attack bacteria may be useful in the treatment of some infections. More
November 19, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that it and affiliated agencies will receive funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for research and the launch of the "ScienceWorksForUS" initiative. More
November 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University is planning a summer program to ease students' transition into calculus math courses. More
November 16, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has announced a final schedule of events the university will host this week to remember the 10th year anniversary of the "Bonfire tragedy", which caused the death of 12 students and injured 27 others. More
November 15, 2009 -- Texas A&M University economics professor John Van Huyck, who has published a working paper titled “Eureka Learning, is researching "effective heuristics", or rules-of-thumb, that allow a player to rapidly find a solution that is close to the optimal solution. More
November 12, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that a research team, including a Texas A&M researcher, has found that Earth's climate was much cooler 3.4 billion years ago than previously believed, meaning conditions were more conducive to supporting life. More
November 12, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that the leadership of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities has announced three initiatives to expand the program's reach and impact. More
November 12, 2009 -- The University of Texas System Board of Regents today appointed Vivien Hester Caven of Houston as the regental representative to the UT Austin Intercollegiate Athletics Council for Women. More
November 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that it has reduced its energy consumption by almost 25 percent during the past seven years despite growth in the university's facilities. More
November 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that a new imaging technique developed by a team including a Texas AgriLife research scientist could lead to the development new antibiotics, antifungal, antiviral and anti-cancer drugs. More
November 08, 2009 -- A group of international scientists, including three researchers from Texas A&M University, have completed for the first time the genome sequence of the horse, which they say may open doors for improved breeding, disease treatment and even enhanced performance traits. More
November 06, 2009 -- Former President George H.W. Bush will host former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as the featured speaker in the Lenore and Francis Humphrys International Speakers Program at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University on Monday. More
November 05, 2009 -- Istvan Szunyogh, a Texas A&M professor of atmospheric sciences, has been awarded a NASA grant to analyze and forecast the weather on Mars. More
November 03, 2009 -- The president of the American Medical Association and several business leaders will discuss the topic of health care reform in a Texas A&M University program entitled, "The Business of Health: Expert Insights and Perspectives," in Houston on Thursday, November 12. More
November 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will begin a week-long remembrance on November 13 of the Bonfire incident which caused the death of 12 students and injured 27 others in 1999. More
November 02, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that researchers, including members of the university, are studying another quality of a product found in marine sponges that may provide another anti-cancer agent. More
November 01, 2009 -- Lori Reed, who lost her mother to breast cancer after 15-year battle, said her new job as Texas AgriLife Extension Service assistant is to fight cancer through education and to encourage early detection. More
November 01, 2009 -- Jairo Sinova, a Texas A&M University physics professor, and colleagues from Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Institute of Physics ASCR, University of Cambridge and University of Nottingham have had their research published in the journal Nature Physics. More
October 28, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that it will build a new four-story building dedicated to the arts and humanities on its campus in College Station. More
October 27, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Press has released an updated Texas Wildscapes Guide to native plant gardening, which comes with a new interactive DVD. More
October 27, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that a team led by scientists from Texas A&M and University of Cincinnati are studying a common weed and human cancer cells to determine details about DNA structure and its relationship with telomere proteins, which may lead to an understanding of human cancers and cellular aging. More
October 22, 2009 -- The National Science Foundation has named Texas A&M University as the only new member of the NSF's annual list of the Top 20 Academic Research Performers in the United States. More
October 21, 2009 -- Liheng Shi, a researcher in Texas A&M's Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences, says that molecules that may hold the key to new ways to fight cancer and other diseases have been found to play an important role in regulating circadian rhythm. More
October 21, 2009 -- About 175 representatives from universities and political organizations throughout North America and around the world will participate in meetings of the Association for Political Theory October 23-24 at Texas A&M University. More
October 20, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Interim President Dr. Bowen Loftin has announced that William C. Hearn will once again serve as acting vice president and chief executive officer of Texas A&M University at Galveston following the departure of Dr. Rodney P. McClendon who served in that capacity since Loften became interim president of the College Station campus. More
October 20, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Oceanographer Steve DiMarco, a leading authority on the Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone," and his team of researchers have been awarded $725,467 for the first year of a five-year, $3.72 million project that seeks to better understand and predict where and when the dead zone will happen each year. More
October 19, 2009 -- Former United States President George H.W. Bush will host former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on November 9 at the Lenore and Francis Humphrys International Speakers Program at Texas A&M University. More
October 16, 2009 -- President Barack Obama and former President H.W. Bush recognized the "Big Event" at Texas A&M University in the awards portion of the Points of Light Institute program at the College Station campus on Friday. More
October 15, 2009 -- Using data from Hurricane Katrina and four other destructive storms, researchers from Texas A&M and Johns Hopkins Universities have found a way to accurately predict power outages in advance of a hurricane. More
October 15, 2009 -- The Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, Texas A&M University and its George Bush School of Government and Public Service and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation will co-host "a bilateral conference bringing together prominent governmental, business and academic leaders from China and the United States to promote, strengthen and expand academic and business collaborations between the two countries" October 21-23 in Beijing. More
October 14, 2009 -- The European Union Center at Texas A&M University and partners throughout Texas will host a Texas/European Union Wind Energy Symposium on October 27 at the Pebble Creek Country Club in College Station. More
October 12, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that a lightning detection system being designed by one of its professors may one day help save lives in Houston, which is one of the most frequently prone areas in the world for lightning hits. More
October 12, 2009 -- A team of Texas A&M University professors has created a virtual environment that allows humans to see and hear some of the extreme ranges of vision and hearing that animals have. More
October 06, 2009 -- Renyi Zhang, professor of atmospheric sciences who has studied air chemistry for more than 20 years, says blue haze, tiny particles or aerosols suspended in the air, can be negatively affected by human activities such as power plants or fossil-fuel burning. More
October 05, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Interim President R. Bowen Loftin on Friday announced that TAMU and its associated research agencies have won 76 grants totaling more than $20 million through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. More
October 02, 2009 -- Texas A&M Interim President R. Bowen Loftin and Texas A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne are scheduled to present the “Spirit of Place” medal to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones during the Southwest Showdown game between the Aggies and the University of Arkansas on October 3 at Cowboys Stadium. More
October 01, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will host the 2009 CALLALOO Fall Symposium on Monday at Rudder Forum. More
October 01, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Governor Rick Perry has ordered Texas flags to be lowered to half-staff on Tuesday to honor the passing of Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, a professor of international agriculture at Texas A&M. More
October 01, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that a study by one of its neuroscience professors finds that attending smaller, rural schools can bring advantages for those seeking science careers. More
September 30, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that 1996 Nobel Prize winner in Physics Dr. David M. Lee will join the university's Department of Physics in November. More
September 30, 2009 -- Students in Texas A&M University Architecture-for-Health design studio have teamed with Health For All, a nonprofit health clinic in Bryan, to research and design a sustainable medical facility that will expand health care services for low-income, uninsured individuals in the Brazos Valley. More
September 25, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the Robert A. Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics and Public Policy is being created within the George Bush School of Government and Public Service at TAMU to boost the university’s role in domestic economic policy and international trade issues. More
September 21, 2009 -- A Texas A&M University street design and safety specialist's recent study discusses the dangers of how the country's roads and retail shopping centers typically intersect. More
September 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has announced that one of its researchers has helped uncover a mystery regarding Antarctic ice formation 34 million years ago. More
September 17, 2009 -- The European Union Center at Texas A&M University will be hosting the Texas/European High-speed Rail Symposium on September 28. More
September 15, 2009 -- Texas A&M University announced that research shows a possible link between 1918 El Niño and flu pandemic. More
September 14, 2009 -- Heath Guidry formally proposed marriage to Megan Smyth in a surprise Saber Ceremony at Texas A&M University on Saturday, September 12, 2009. More
September 11, 2009 -- Texas A&M University announced that it has expanded TAMUmobile, its suite of mobile applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. More
September 11, 2009 -- Eleven faculty and scientists and four graduate students from Texas A&M University will join an international assemblage of nearly 500 scientists at the INVEST conference - IODP New Ventures in Exploring Scientific Targets in Bremen, Germany on September 23-25 to help plan the future of scientific ocean drilling. More
September 11, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday issued a release discussing the impacts of Hurricane Ike and the outlook for the remaining hurricane season. More
September 05, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that it once again has the top university-sponsored Facebook page in the world and won scholarship funds in the process. More
August 27, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has opened a Second Life campus. Second Life is a free 3D virtual world where users can socialize, connect and create using voice and text chat. More
August 27, 2009 -- Texas A&M University released information about chilli thrips and what AgriLife Extension entomologist and integrated pest managemnent specialist, Dr. Scott Ludwig states these tiny insects can do to plants. More
August 26, 2009 -- A study commissioned by the United Ways of Texas and written by The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University concludes that "students who drop out of high school will cost Texas up to $9.6 billion in lost revenue and outright expenses over their lifetimes". More
August 25, 2009 -- Researchers at Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin are believed to be the first to decode the mysterious love sounds made by bats. More
August 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that research performed by biologists including a professor at the university have published a microsatellite-based genetic linkage map for a blood parasite that causes schistosomiasis. More
August 14, 2009 -- Texas A&M University released back to school tips and contact information for people who can help with some issues that may concern many parents. More
August 14, 2009 -- The second Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities will be offered at Texas A&M University August 15-23. More
August 13, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that researchers have compiled information that several counties in Texas are experiencing their worst droughts in history. More
August 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M psychology professor Gerianne Alexander, in a research project funded by the National Science Foundation, concludes that children may be born with preferences towards certain toys. More
August 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that speakers with hands-on experience with animal mortality management will present "Disposal of Catastrophic Animal Mortality - Lessons from Hurricane Ike" at the Texas Animal Manure Management Issues conference September 29-30 in Round Rock. More
August 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University, in observance of National Sandwich Month, released information on ways to make sandwiches more healthy. More
August 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has selected The Collegiate Licensing Company to manage its trademark licensing program in an endeavor to increase revenue from sales of items bearing the university’s logo and other marks and to enhance the institution’s overall marketing initiatives. More
August 06, 2009 -- Rankings recently released from "Forbes" confirm that the Texas A&M University Full-Time MBA program is again ranked in the top 10 for United States public institutions. More
August 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that chemistry professor Dr. Daniel Romo has been selected to receive the Method to Extend Research in Time Award in recognition of his research in the chemical synthesis of natural products. More
August 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Professor of Sociology Howard Kaplan, in his research on abnormal behavior, has found that the murders committed 40 years ago on the orders of Charles Manson "set new standards of violence" in America. More
August 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Executive MBA students will take part in a day of "Disaster City" training on Wednesday. More
July 31, 2009 -- Texas A&M University psychology professor Brandon Schmeichel, in a paper entitled “Self-Affirmation and Self-Control: Affirming Core Values Counteracts Ego Depletion”, says that "tests of self-control will become easier if folks keep their eyes on their own moral codes". More
July 31, 2009 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that it is now the top university-sponsored Facebook page in the world with more than 60,000 fans. More
July 30, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will kick off its "Fish Camp" orientation program for freshmen on August 5. More
July 29, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has released advice on ways American families can cut costs. More
July 24, 2009 -- A survey by PayScale, an on-line firm specializing in salary-related data, shows that graduates of Texas A&M University on average earn higher salaries midway through their careers than counterparts from any other public institution in Texas. More
July 22, 2009 -- Barry Setlow, a professor in the Behavioral and Cellular Neuroscience Program in the Department of Psychology at Texas A&M University, has received a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to examine the relationship of cocaine and its effects on choices. More
July 22, 2009 -- Three schools on two continents and visual industry professionals are working with Texas A&M University on a three-year research project to determine how technology promotes creativity among collaborators in different locations. More
July 21, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has attracted more than 47,000 "fans" to its Facebook page, giving it the second-largest fan base of any university-sponsored site worldwide on the Internet social media site. More
July 20, 2009 -- The Congressional Medal of Honor presented posthumously to George Dennis Keathley, a member of Texas A&M's Class of 1937, for valor in World War II, was formally given to the university Friday by his family for permanent display at the Sam Houston Sanders Corps of Cadets Center. More
July 20, 2009 -- The Texas A&M University System on July 17 approved formation of the Berg-Hughes Center for Petroleum and Sedimentary Systems at Texas A&M. More
July 15, 2009 -- Texas A&M University is now offering newly designed personalized license plates. More
July 07, 2009 -- A study by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service in San Antonio reports that chinch bugs, which thrive in hot, dry weather, are the primary culprits in the death of lawn grass in Texas. More
July 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University researcher Mark Lemmon, in the current issue of "Science" magazine, says that many characteristics of Mars are similar To Earth. More
July 02, 2009 -- John Nielsen-Gammon, a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University who also serves as State Climatologist, says the areas near San Antonio to Victoria and Corpus Christi are experiencing record-breaking drought. More
July 01, 2009 -- Cheryl H. Bridges, director of the Center for Retailing Studies at Texas A&M University's Mays Business School, has offered some thoughts on back to school shopping. More
June 30, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that researchers have deployed the state's first water quality monitoring system off the Texas coast, and have detected low oxygen levels that could indicate the return of a "dead zone" to the coastal area. More
June 25, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will host its G-Camp geology field camp for 30 Texas area teachers in July. More
June 23, 2009 -- A $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund additional post-Hurricane Ike research at Texas A&M University. More
June 22, 2009 -- The Soltis Center for Research and Education, a Texas A&M facility, formally opened in Costa Rica on Thursday. More
June 17, 2009 -- Adam Jones, an evolutional biologist at Texas A&M University who has studied Darwin's work for years, says that Darwin's beliefs about the choice of mates and sexual selection being beyond mere chance have been proven correct. More
June 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that research now shows that wines produced in the Lone Star State share the anti-cancer traits known to exist in wines from other producing regions. More
June 16, 2009 -- Texas A&M University next week will formally open and dedicate a new teaching and research facility in a Costa Rican rain forest - the Soltis Center for Research and Education. More
June 16, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that Dr. R. Bowen Loftin, vice president of Texas A&M University, has been named interim president following the resignation of Dr. Elsa Murano. More
June 15, 2009 -- Texas A&M University educator Joyn Hoyle last week reported that mentoring programs and aggressive recruitment in fields other than teaching could help school systems prepare for the upcoming retirement of a large amount of teachers. More
June 13, 2009 -- The Texas A&M Singing Cadets are in Kennebunkport, Maine this evening (Saturday) at the request of Former First Lady Barbara Bush as a surprise for President George H.W. Bush on his 85th birthday. More
June 12, 2009 -- Plants designated as Texas Superstars and sold at Lowe's stores throughout the state will generate a royalty contribution toward the Texas Superstar program in conjunction with Texas A&M System's Office of Technology Commercialization. More
June 11, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that it has launched its "TAMUmobile" program, which has developed applications for iPhones that provide access to information about the university. More
June 09, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that it is expecting its largest freshman class in the school's history in the upcoming fall semester. More
June 04, 2009 -- Richard Orville, an atmospheric sciences professor at Texas A&M University, says Houston still remains the lightning capital of Texas. More
June 01, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that the OneStar Foundation and the Bush School of Government and Public Service have created a new leadership development program. More
May 28, 2009 -- Texas A&M University engineering researchers will hold a press conference in Galveston on Monday to release a new study examining the impacts climate change will have on hurricane-related flooding. More
May 27, 2009 -- United States Senator John Cornyn, speaking Tuesday at Texas A&M University, called the nation’s health care reform "a train on a fast track in Washington, D.C.," but he warned that he’s uncertain of its destination. More
May 26, 2009 -- Hurricane forecasters are predicting a near-normal 2009 hurricane season but John Nielsen-Gammon, a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University who also serves as State Climatologist, warns that only one storm can devastate and cripple a region. More
May 23, 2009 -- Nicholas Basbanes, an award-winning author, journalist and rare-books specialists declared Texas A&M University has joined the rare books world as a major player. More
May 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University at College Station's Corp had their annual Final Pass and Review Saturday. Parents, family, friends, and alumni attended. More
May 15, 2009 -- Kitty Havens, a 1974 graduate of Texas A&M University, and her son, Kenneth Lounge, who will graduate from A&M in August, were presented with their Aggie rings together on May 14. More
May 15, 2009 -- The way a president speaks about the economy affects it, according to research by B. Dan Wood, a political scientist at Texas A&M University who has developed technology for coding spoken sentences. More
May 14, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will have its university-wide commencement convocation tonight with commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday. More
May 13, 2009 -- Thomas Bianchi, a professor in the Department of Oceanography who specializes in estuarine and marine systems at Texas A&M University, says river delta areas can provide a clue to environmental changes. More
May 09, 2009 -- Aggie astronaut Michael Fossum, who twice has walked in space, will join former astronaut Charles F. Bolden, Jr., in addressing Texas A&M University degree candidates at the Thursday, May 14 commencement convocation that launches the 2009 spring graduation ceremonies. More
May 09, 2009 -- High school students have been provided corn earworms to study science at Texas A&M. More
May 08, 2009 -- 9-year-old Adam Atanas has been attending Dr. David Toback's “Physics 289: Intro to Cosmology” course at Texas A&M University. More
May 05, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will host a re-dedication ceremony for the "JOIDES Resolution", a research vessel operated by the university that has just undergone renovation, on Wednesday in Hawaii. More
April 30, 2009 -- Members from Texas A&M University's Corps of Cadets Squadron 4 Class of '62 have established the Squadron 4/Four Aces '62 General Rudder Corps Scholarship. More
April 30, 2009 -- The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets will hold its annual "March to the Brazos" on Saturday. More
April 30, 2009 -- Linda Radzik, associate professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University, wrote a book that asks the question: "What do you have to do when you have done something wrong?" More
April 27, 2009 -- Students in the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University will present their design concepts over the next two weeks for a new National Taiwan University Cancer Hospital. More
April 27, 2009 -- Mays Business School at Texas A&M University was given a $9 million planned gift from a generous former student who wishes to remain anonymous. More
April 23, 2009 -- There was a standing-room-only crowd for ceremonies formally opening the new multi-purpose building for the Becky Gates Children's Center on Wednesday morning. More
April 21, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will host a symposium entitled "Climate, Statistics and Satellites" on June 8-10 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. More
April 20, 2009 -- Doyce Cooke, a member of Texas A&M University's Class of 1962 and a retired lieutenant commander in the Navy, decided to trek more than 700 miles by bicycle from his home in Pensacola, Florida, to his alma mater in Texas as a way to raise funds for the Aggie Band. More
April 19, 2009 -- Texas AgriLife Research and Texas AgriLife Extension Service entomologists report that bed bugs are becoming a worldwide nuisance, especially for international travelers. More
April 17, 2009 -- Texas Aggies will hold approximately 320 Muster ceremonies around the world Tuesday to honor deceased Aggies. More
April 16, 2009 -- Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy, authors of "The Preacher and the Presidents: Billy Graham in the White House," will speak as part of the ConocoPhillips White House Lecture Series on April 23 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University. More
April 14, 2009 -- Ryan Zimmerman, a management professor at Texas A&M University who specializes in human resources, says measures taken to reduce payroll expenses often create further problems by driving off the best employees while dividing those who remain. More
April 14, 2009 -- The Texas Aggie Storm Chasers from Texas A&M University are ready for the peak season for severe weather in Texas. More
April 13, 2009 -- Texas A&M University has posted a news release about the Ike Dike to protect Galveston Bay from a large storm surge which has been proposed by Texas A & M University at Galveston Professor William Merrell. More
April 10, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Press is one of six university presses that will share a $282,000, one-year planning grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to collaborate on developing a digital collection of New World archaeology scholarship. More
April 09, 2009 -- Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates will speak at Muster, Texas A&M's unique solemn ceremony to honor the memories of Aggies who have died during the previous year, on April 21. More
April 01, 2009 -- Texas A&M University history professor and baseball fan David Vaught says the ideas that baseball was a game played mostly in big cities and that it was invented by Abner Doubleday are not true. More
March 27, 2009 -- Texas A&M University researchers recently released the results of an eight-year study on the impact having a baby has on marriages. More
March 26, 2009 -- Texas A&M University President Elsa Murano has been selected to co-chair the National Associatoin of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges' Energy Initiative Advisory Committee. More
March 26, 2009 -- Researchers led by Texas A&M University Professor Brendan Roark recently published a paper on their discovery of 4,200 year old coral beds off the coast of Hawaii, placing them among the oldest living creatures on the planet. More
March 24, 2009 -- More than 12,000 students are set to take on more than 1,300 clean-up and fix-up projects during the Texas A&M University Big Event on Saturday. More
March 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that recent studies show that the university has a total economic impact of more than $3 billion on the Bryan-College Station region. More
March 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday issued a release about the invasion of the Rasberry Crazy Ant, which is causing issues for electrical systems and other wildlife in 11 counties, including the Houston area. More
March 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that Clayton W. Williams, Jr., a graduate of the class of 1954, has been named the recipient of the 2008 Michel T. Halbouty Geosciences Medal. More
March 15, 2009 -- Butterflies and hummingbirds are subject of springtime education at Texas A&M University. More
March 14, 2009 -- Dr. Samuel Kou, an esteemed professor of statistics and director of graduate studies in the Department of Statistics at Harvard University, has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the R.J. Carroll Young Investigator Award at Texas A&M University. More
March 12, 2009 -- Thousands of Texas A&M University students will take part in the annual rite of spring for college students around the country by taking trips to the beach or elsewhere for a fun-filled break during the week of March 16-20, but many Aggies will spend their time away from campus working on community service projects instead of partying. More
March 04, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday issued a release discussing increasing violence and drug-related crimes in Mexico and the challenges they represent to the United States. More
March 01, 2009 -- According to the Texas Educational Excellence Project, a program of Texas A&M University’s Department of Political Science, Roosevelt Independent School District is making impressive gains for Latino students and Troup Independent School District for African-American students. More
February 27, 2009 -- The deadline is Monday to get free tickets to see Ryan Crocker, the former United States Ambassador to Iraq, Pakistan, Kuwait, Syria and Lebanon when he speaks at Texas A&M University on March 9. More
February 26, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that, according to a U.S. News & World Report story, it ranked among the top 15 universities in the nation in percentage of freshmen to enroll at an institution after being formally accepted. More
February 23, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will host the annual Student Conference On National Affairs on Thursday, where discussion will focus on United States intervention in problematic areas around the world. More
February 22, 2009 -- Andrew Dessler, a professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences who specializes in research on climate, believes that water vapor feedback is responsible for a significant portion of the warming predicted to occur over the next century. More
February 17, 2009 -- The Fightin' Texas Aggie Band will participate in a multi-band concert as part of the American Bandmasters Association's 75th convention, which will be held March 4-8 at the Texas A&M University campus in College Station. More
February 16, 2009 -- Texas A&M University last week announced that former President George H.W. Bush will host Ryan Crocker, former ambassador to Iraq, Pakistan, Kuwait, Syria and Lebanon, on March 9 for the Lenore and Francis Humphrys International Speakers Program at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. More
February 12, 2009 -- A project co-lead by a Texas A&M University professor was recently highlighted as part of a month-long media event to focus attention on the accomplishments of research projects for the International Polar Year, which draws to a close in March. More
February 10, 2009 -- The George Bush Presidential Library Foundation will host a 20th Anniversary Celebration of President George Bush's Administration as part of the Kay and Britt Rice Lecture Series on Friday, February 20 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University. More
February 10, 2009 -- Edward Murguia, a professor in the Department of Sociology at Texas A&M University and an expert on relationships, explains how and why even a good marriage needs work. More
February 09, 2009 -- Texas Aggies will conduct another “Whoop for Troops” campaign on campus later this month to show support for American military forces stationed overseas. More
February 09, 2009 -- Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Galveston-Houston Archdiocese will speak to the students at Texas A&M University on Friday, February 13. More
February 09, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that it has joined in an agreement to construct and operate the Magellan Telescope at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. More
February 08, 2009 -- A Texas A&M University professor says that Texas drought conditions are becoming historic. More
February 04, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will induct five former members of its Corps of Cadets into the Corps Hall of Honor on Saturday. More
February 04, 2009 -- Texas A&M University researcher George Bass on Tuesday discussed the recent discovery of the "HMS Victory", a British warship that sank in 1744. More
February 04, 2009 -- Texas A&M University Communication Professor Leroy Dorsey today issued a release discussing President Barack Obama's admitting to making a mistake as a positive for the new President. More
February 03, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that researchers with the Texas AgriLife Research Center have found that a molecule found in most plant-based foods helps prevent inflammation of the colon, which leads to colon cancer. More
January 29, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that scientiests with Texas AgriLife Research have found that plums are showing newly discovered high levels of healthy nutrients and may be considered a "super-food". More
January 25, 2009 -- Military Walk, for decades a major focal point on the Texas A&M University campus - where thousands of Aggies, including scores of future generals and other top leaders, assembled daily - will be elegantly reconstructed, thanks to a multi-million-dollar former student gift that will fully fund the project. More
January 25, 2009 -- Eric M. Bost, U.S. Ambassador to South Africa, was named vice president for global initiatives at Texas A&M University after a unanimous vote by the nine-member A&M System Board of Regents. More
January 25, 2009 -- Joseph Nagyvary, a professor emeritus of biochemistry at Texas A&M University, has received definitive experimental support for his theory on the production of the distinctive sound of Stradivarius and Guarneri violins. More
January 22, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Monday with a conference at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. More
January 20, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today released statements from two speech analysts on President Barack Obama's inaugural address. More
January 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that the findings of a study from one of its professors has produced a more detailed picture of an organism's evolutionary process. More
January 17, 2009 -- Texas A&M University will provide six of its police department's officers to help provide security for Tuesday's inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama. More
January 14, 2009 -- Texas A&M University issued a press release concerning President-elect Barack Obama having to surrender his BlackBerry communications device when he takes office. More
January 08, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today issued a press release about its library of core samples taken from the ocean floor by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. More
January 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it is starting operations at the Soltis Center for Research and Education in Costa Rica. More
January 06, 2009 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that it now ranks first in "Smart Money" magazine's ratings for earning levels of graduates versus what they paid for their education. More
December 30, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has announced that researchers from Texas AgriLife Research, which is part of the A&M system, and other universities will tour areas damaged by Hurricane Ike at Galveston and Bolivar Peninsula on January 6. More
December 23, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced that items from an ancient sailing vessel, which were excavated by members of the university's Institute of Nautical Archaeology, are on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. More
December 19, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that research by one of its marketing professors highlights the differences between how men and women give to charity. More
December 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that the MBA Program at its Mays Business School has been ranked first in the nation for its return on investment for students by the Wall Street Journal. More
December 10, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday issued a release noting the media attention to the rediscovery of a small primate in Indonesia by a team led by one of the university's anthropologists. More
December 08, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a press release about the adversities overcome by some of its fall graduates. More
November 25, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a press release discussing Hurricane Ike as an example of how lower category storms can cause major damage. More
November 25, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the work of one of the university's biology professors concerning a sea slug that behaves like a plant has been published in the current issue of "Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences". More
November 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that drought conditions continue to exist for the Central Texas region. More
November 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has published a news release about memorable events in 1963, including the assasination of President John F. Kennedy. More
November 20, 2008 -- A team led by a Texas A&M University anthropologist has discovered a group of primates not seen alive for 85 years. More
November 20, 2008 -- Students in an Architecture-for-Health design studio at Texas A&M University will unveil their conceptual drawings and models on Friday for a new building on the Texas A&M Health Science Center’s new Bryan campus that will house HSC administrative offices, as well as classrooms and meeting spaces. More
November 17, 2008 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that two of the university's sociologists have published a new book examining discrimination faced by Asian Americans. More
November 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that research from a team of university scientists has found that significantly warmer global temperatures over the next century are "almost a certainty" if more greenhouse gases are released into the atmosphere. More
November 10, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host President George W. Bush on December 12, where he will deliver the inaugural commencement convocation address. More
November 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host foreign policy experts during a three day on November 17-19 conference on the "Global Trends 2025" reports. More
November 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University research Mark Lemmon, who has worked with the landscape camera of the Mars Lander, today said the lander, which has provided much information on the planet, will soon reach the end of its lifespan. More
November 04, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that while six minor earthquakes have been recorded in North Texas in the past few days, that the state remains one of the safer areas in the country when it comes to earthquakes. More
November 03, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host the Aggie "Polar-Palooza" on Wednesday to provide information to the public about research and changes in life in the northern and southern polar regions. More
November 01, 2008 -- A full report of the recovery effort named the "Mardi Gras Shipwreck Project" has been released by the Minerals Management Service, part of the Department of the Interior. More
October 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a statement regarding the settlement of a lawsuit relating to the 1999 Bonfire collapse. More
October 24, 2008 -- George Bush, 41st President of the United States, will host the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs featuring FBI Special Agent George Piro on November 7 at 6:00 p.m. in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. More
October 21, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host National Hurricane Center Director Bill Read, who will speak about his job, severe storms and other weather-related topics, on November 6. More
October 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the Association of Former Students has made $200,000 in special funds available to assist the university's Galveston students who were displaced by Hurricane Ike. More
October 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has launched a $300 million initiative to raise private funds for endowed scholarships and graduate fellowships and to provide additional support for study-abroad and other international academic experiences for its students—with officials noting the underlying intent is to help Aggies pay for more of their education without crippling amounts of student-loan debt. More
October 11, 2008 -- Work by Texas A&M University researchers to find and salvage the remains of the "Mardi Gras," a mystery ship discovered in more than 4,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico, is chronicled in a new one-hour video by a film company that specializes in underwater productions. More
October 11, 2008 -- As part of the Kay and Britt Rice Lecture Series, the 41st President of the United States, George Bush, and Mrs. George Bush and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation will host a screening of the documentary film "The Wonder of it All" on Thursday, Oct. 16, at 5:30 p.m at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. More
October 09, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host Ambassador John Herbst, coordinator for the State Department's Office of Reconstruction and Stabilization, on Wednesday to discuss the Civilian Response Corps and its role in post-conflict situations. More
October 09, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will launch its $300 million "Operation Spirit and Mind" scholarship initiative on Saturday. More
October 08, 2008 -- Texas A&M University Economist John Moroney said that the recent drop in oil prices is "no surprise". More
October 07, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will hold an unveiling on Saturday of a statue in tribute of James Vernon "Pinky" Wilson, who wrote the "Aggie War Hymn". More
October 07, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that a textbook firm has donated lab manuals and notebooks for use by Texas A&M University at Galveston students who were displaced by Hurricane Ike. More
October 04, 2008 -- Texas A&M University recently announced that Professor of Psychology Antonio Cepeda-Benito has been awarded the National Award of Excellence in Mentorship from the National Hispanic Science Network. More
October 04, 2008 -- Texas A&M University professors recently conducted a study on the effects of moderate exercise for heart failure patients. More
October 03, 2008 -- Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Paul A. Brinkley will give his assessment of economic development and stability in Iraq during a Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs program at Texas A&M University on Friday, October 10. More
September 29, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has started the "Aggie Assurance" program to cover tuition costs for eligible students whose families have incomes of $60,000 or less. More
September 29, 2008 -- Texas A&M University students will unveil their concepts for boat clinics, which would provide health care services in coastal areas of Vietnam and the Philippines, on Wednesday in the Wright Gallery. More
September 25, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that Dr. Frank Raushel, a chemist at the university, has been awarded a four-year grant to develop an enzyme to neutralize the effects of a chemical agent often used in chemical warfare. More
September 23, 2008 -- Texas A&M University meteorology students spent 20 hours at the university's radar lab monitoring Hurricane Ike as it passed through Texas. More
September 23, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has rescheduled its investiture of President Dr. Elsa A. Murano on Friday. More
September 11, 2008 -- The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is working with coastal officials to provide care for pets during the evacuation. More
September 09, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will officially install Dr. Elsa A. Murano as president of the university during a convocation ceremony on Friday at Rudder Auditorium. More
September 05, 2008 -- Texas A&M University Political Science Professor Sarah Fulton discusses vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her need to "prepare for the vice presidential debate with Joe Biden". More
August 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release about the difficulty in making long range weather forecasts. More
August 26, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that a record 47,925 students are enrolled at the university this fall. More
August 25, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that three of the university's researchers who studied evidence in President John F. Kennedy's assassination have been recognized by the American Statistical Association. More
August 21, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that researchers from the university have found that noise made by oil and gas exploration in the Gulf of Mexico has a minimal effect on endangered sperm whales. More
August 19, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a partnership between it and Qatar's International Institute for Family Studies and Development has created a global catalog of family related data. More
August 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that President George W. Bush has appointed University President Elsa Murano to the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development. More
August 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Renyi Zhang, a professor of atmospheric sciences at the university, is participating in a study of the air quality in Beijing. More
August 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has announced the selection of a two-year old famale collie from Topeka, Kansas as Reveille VIII. More
August 02, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that August is National Sandwich Month, and offered some health advice from Steve Riechman, professor of health and kinesiology. More
August 02, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that it has tied for ninth place amount public institutions in a survey ranking earnings of alumni with 10-20 years of experience. More
July 24, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will host its "Fish Camp" orientation program for freshmen on Wednesday. More
July 23, 2008 -- Information system experts demonstrated parts of a new 9-1-1 system Wednesday at Texas A&M University. More
July 22, 2008 -- The Texas Forest Service announced today that strong, gusty winds that may follow Hurricane Dolly, combined with extremely dry fuels, are expected to create favorable conditions for rapid wildfire and increased danger for firefighters. More
July 22, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release discussing findings from one of the university's researchers concerning the Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone". More
July 22, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release discussing a book on the Mayo Clinic co-authored by Leonard Berry, a professor of marketing at the university. More
July 22, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that a study led by Professor Renyi Zhang, of the university's Atmospheric Sciences Department, shows that soot pollution can affect weather as well as health. More
July 21, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will sponsor a demonstration of "Next Generation 9-1-1" technologies on Wednesday. More
July 18, 2008 -- Two longtime Texas A&M deans who are relinquishing their administrative positions this year to return to teaching and research—Dean of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Richard H. Adams and Dean of Architecture J. Thomas Regan—will be the university’s summer commencement speakers. More
July 14, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it has received a $500,000 grant from the United States Department of Defense to strengthen future military officers' language and cultural competency abilities. More
July 14, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that 30 science teachers from Texas schools are currently travelling through Texas, New Mexico and Colorado as part of its G-Camp geology field camp. More
July 09, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release discussing the book "The Blame Game, and How to Win It", which was written by Bill Klemm, a professor at the university. More
July 03, 2008 -- John Nielsen-Gammon, a climatologist and professor at Texas A&M University, today reported that drought conditions in Texas may not improve soon. More
July 02, 2008 -- Texas A&M University researchers Sing-Hoi Sze and Qingwu Yang have developed a computational tool that will help scientists more accurately study complex units of clustered genes, called operons, in bacteria. More
July 02, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a press release advising pet owners to keep their pets out of the vicinity of areas where fireworks are being set off. More
June 26, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release discussing the outsourcing of editing and layout services to India by American newspapers. More
June 24, 2008 -- Darrell Huckaby, a syndicated journalist in Georgia, will be visiting Texas A&M University next week. Huckaby wrote an article about his visit with an Army captain who graduated from the university that received a large response. More
June 18, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that its students in the Corps of Cadets are receiving $3.3 million in tuition support this year through branches of the military. More
June 12, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced today that Professor Thomas K. Wood of the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M identified biofilms that cause infection. More
June 09, 2008 -- National Take Your Dog to Work Day will be observed on June 20. More
June 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University President Elsa Murano is featured as one of the "most influential leaders in the Latino community today" in a list compiled by Latino Leaders: The National Magazine of the Successful American Latino. More
June 05, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that divers can now visit a former A&M at Galveston training ship that was sunk last year to create an artificial reef. More
May 30, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that the Integrative Center for Homeland Security at the college will activate its "Storm Door" hurricane status web portal. More
May 29, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday issued a release concerning Houston and the coming hurricane season. More
May 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Mike Fossum, a 1980 graduate from the college, is schedule to fly on board the space shuttle Discovery on May 31 during its 14-day trip to the International Space Station. More
May 09, 2008 -- Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Political Science George C. Edwards III, the leadoff spring commencement speaker on Friday, urged graduates to "keep thinking", and specifically to think about and challenge premises. More
May 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Monday announced that Jason Castro, an architecture student at the college, is in competition to be named one of the three finalists in the show "American Idol" on Wednesday. More
May 01, 2008 -- Texas A&M Researcher Adam Jones discusses the male seahorse's role in parenting. More
May 01, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that students and former students have begun a new tradition of having their rings blessed and dunked in Holy Water. More
May 01, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday released an article that discusses the points made concerning global energy issues in an upcoming book by John Moroney, one of the college's economists. More
April 30, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it is one of four institutions selected by the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudia Arabia to host one of four scientific research centers. More
April 30, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that Texas AgriLife Extension Service Agents are reporting dry conditions for crops through much of the state. More
April 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced its speakers for commencement ceremonies to be held at the university on May 9-10. More
April 27, 2008 -- "Newsweek" Editor at Large Evan Thomas will deliver the 2008 spring address for the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs’ Lenore and Francis Humphrys International Speakers Program in the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum Orientation Theatre on Monday, May 5. More
April 25, 2008 -- The Confucius Institute at Texas A&M University will officially open on Monday. More
April 24, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that Joe Feagin, professor of sociology at the university, has created a blog on racial relations extend dialogue on racial and ethnic issues beyond traditional avenues. More
April 24, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that a combination hospital/resort design concept created by students for a series of man-made islands off the coast of Dubai will be unveiled Friday at HKS, Inc. in Dallas.. More
April 23, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that its efforts to reduce water consumption on its campus have resulted in conserving more than a billion gallons annually. More
April 22, 2008 -- Texas A&M University took second place in the third annual National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition held over the weekend, according to a release from the University of Texas in San Antonio. More
April 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today issued a release with tips for "greening" homes. More
April 16, 2008 -- Dr. Ed Davis, president of the Texas A&M Foundation, and Susan Kubik, vice president for institutional advancement and executive director of Northampton Community College Foundation, have been selected as the 2008 winners of the CASE Commonfund Institutionally Related Foundation Awards. More
April 15, 2008 -- Texas A&M University will hold 325 Muster ceremonies around the world on Monday, with four being held in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, to honor Aggies who have died since the last ceremony. More
April 13, 2008 -- The Texas A&M Energy Resources Program is providing grants totaling $1 million to three campus-based research teams as part of the university’s quest for alternative energy sources to meet state and national needs. More
April 11, 2008 -- A research economist at Texas A&M University said that being home to four of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas taxes Texas' resources. More
April 08, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it will host "Iraq: The Road Ahead" lecture as part of its Wiley Lecture Series program. More
April 02, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced that researchers have confirmed that a "dead zone" has existed off the Texas coast for at least the past 23 years. More
April 01, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that research by Allan Chen, professor of marketing, shows how having a third option impacts consumer behavior. More
March 31, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Friday announced that students showcased their work in the 11th annual Student Research Week. More
March 31, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that it is proposing a dual degree program with Qatar University. More
March 31, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday issued a release concerning tips on selecting a horse to purchase. More
March 31, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Thursday announced that its Board of Regents has approved a veterinary imaging and cancer treatment center for the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. More
March 27, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a study conducted by political scientists at the university found that those with more knowledge of global warming showed less concern and less personally responsible for the issue. More
March 27, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that it is seeking couples in the Southeast Texas area to participate in a study of chemical exposures' effect on conception and pregnancy. More
March 27, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that Former President George Bush will be on hand for a send-off of students participating in the "Big Event" on Saturday. More
March 26, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that it operates the only student-run stormchasing team in Texas, which now has more than 130 members. More
March 26, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the university system accounted for an economic impact of almost $3 billion for the Brazos County area during 2007. More
March 25, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that construction will begin Friday on a biomedical center to house the university's Institute for Preclinical Studies. More
March 24, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that former President George Bush will host Jim Nantz and Bill Packer of CBS Sports, as well as NCAA coach Bobby Knight on April 2 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center as part of the Kay and Britt Rice Lecture Series. More
March 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that a team led by two of the university's anthropologists have produced findings that the first Americans may have came to the country 1,000 to 2,000 years earlier than previously believed. More
March 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today hosted national security authorities from A&M, University of Texas and other institutions today to assess presidential candidates' positions on national security. More
March 19, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that more than 10,200 students are expected to take part in the March 29 "Big Event". More
March 18, 2008 -- Dr. Ian Tizard, a bird specialist at Texas A&M University, reports that hummingbirds are now traveling into Texas for their northern migration. More
March 17, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that the college and an authority in aviation security from the European Union will conduct a joint study on approaches to terrorism in air travel. More
March 10, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced that several students will be taking an "Alternative Spring Break" by taking part in educational and community service trips. More
March 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced that former President George Bush will host John Howard, 25th Prime Minister of Australia, at the George Bush Presidential Library Center on March 19. More
March 06, 2008 -- A Texas A&M University professor today issued a release discussing dry weather conditions in Texas. More
March 06, 2008 -- Texas A&M University veterinarian Dr. Courtney Baetge provides some advice for alleviating anxiety concerning pet surgery. More
March 05, 2008 -- Texas A&M University researchers continue to search for treatments for epilepsy in animals. More
March 04, 2008 -- International experts will converge on Texas A&M University to examine national security issues at a March 20 conference titled, “Leadership and National Security Reform: The Next President’s Agenda.” More
February 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced that a professor's studies into emergency planning for Texas schools have received funding from a National Science Foundation Grant. More
February 28, 2008 -- An instructor at Texas A&M University discusses the use of personality tests to spot "short-timers." More
February 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University President Elsa Murano today was honored with the "American By Choice" recognition at the State Department. More
February 28, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Wednesday announced that it will plant 25 live oaks in honor of former students who died in World War I. More
February 27, 2008 -- Texas A&M University on Tuesday announced it will host former President George Bush, Jeff Bagwell, Bob Costas, Tommy Lasorda, Drayton McLane and Joe Morgan for the President's Leadership Forum on March 3. More
February 26, 2008 -- A Texas A&M professor recently led a survey of Latino preferences in the presidential primaries. More
February 26, 2008 -- Bob Stewart, a Texas A&M University professor, has published a website to answer questions about ocean science. More
February 26, 2008 -- Texas A&M University has announced that there will be a reduction in a portion of the tuition rate charged to students. More
February 25, 2008 -- George Bush, 41st President of the United States, will host His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations at a special program on Friday. More
February 25, 2008 -- President George H. W. Bush will host a President's Leadership Forum At The George Bush Presidential Library Center Texas A&M University on Monday, March 3. More
February 21, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced it was recently listed in the U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 20 national universities among applicants. More
February 20, 2008 -- The Texas A&M University Wind Symphony will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York on February 22. More
February 20, 2008 -- Texas A&M University today announced the Bonfire Memorial is included in a new book titled "Monuments: America's History in Art and Memory." More
February 19, 2008 -- Texas A&M University announced it will host the 53rd annual Student Conference on National Affairs on February 21. More
February 19, 2008 -- Texas A&M today announced researchers are developing an oral contraceptive for animals that could be used to humanely control feral animal populations. More
February 19, 2008 -- Former President George Bush will host Ban Ki-Moon, secretary-general of the United Nations, at the presidential library at Texas A&M on February 29. More
February 15, 2008 -- A Texas A&M University economics professor says that threats by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to cut off his country’s oil exports to the United States would be a foolish move on his part and would do far more harm to his country than to America. More
February 14, 2008 -- Texas A&M UNiversity announced on Wednesday that Reveille VII, the current Aggie mascot, will formally "retire" in May at the conclusion of the spring semester. More
February 13, 2008 -- Researchers at Texas A&M University have recently published results of a study that may lead to new ways to fight diabetes. More
February 11, 2008 -- A Texas A&M University study reports that pre-kindergarten in Texas schools provides a good return on investment for Texas taxpayers. More
February 08, 2008 -- A Texas A&M University communications professor has authored a book on the importance of the Internet in 21st Century elections. More
February 07, 2008 -- A new Texas A&M project teaches problem-solving techniques to poor Hispanic families. More
February 04, 2008 -- A veterinary medicine researcher reports a new link between breast cancer and Down Syndrome. More
January 31, 2008 -- Texas A&M University is represented among a team of scientists from six international institutions establishing a new astronomical observatory in the summit of Antarctica. More
January 30, 2008 -- Gerald North, who holds the rank of Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences in Texas A&M University’s College of Geosciences, has won the American Meteorological Society’s Jule G. Charney Award for his contributions in climate research. More
January 30, 2008 -- Texas A&M's Laboratory for Diversity in Sport today announced receipt of a $100,000 grant to identify colleges that develop outstanding diversity practices in their athletic departments. More
January 29, 2008 -- TAMU announced today that Rice University Professor Dr. Richard Tapia will speak February 5 about the challenges facing mathematics and science education in Texas. More
January 24, 2008 -- Texas A&M University economics professor Thomas Saving, who heads the Private Enterprise Research Center, recommends extension of President George W. Bush's tax cuts. More
January 22, 2008 -- A Texas A&M University veterinarian and rat expert says rats are highly intelligent animals that have been beneficial in medicine. More
January 16, 2008 -- Recent research conducted by a Texas A&M professor shows chocolate can trigger a conflicted reaction. More
January 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M announced it will host a program to discuss Latino issues in urban planning on February 15. More
January 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M University reports that research on tree-shaped Polymers could improve targeted cancer drug delivery. More
January 16, 2008 -- Texas A&M University reports that the Bush School of Government and Public Service has attracted a host of prominent governmental, service and related entities – the World Bank, Congressional Research Service, the National Park Service, the state of Texas and even the Department of Homeland Security. More
January 15, 2008 -- Texas A&M University’s 2008 Black Former Student Network Summit is scheduled for January 17-20. More
January 15, 2008 -- The Texas A&M University Wind Symphony will perform At Carnegie Hall In February. More
January 11, 2008 -- The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is studying how the United Kingdom managed its latest outbreak of highly contagious foot and mouth disease. More
December 21, 2007 -- A health professor at Texas A&M University has confirmed that liquor acts quicker in women than in men. More
December 17, 2007 -- Winners of the Texas A&M University Residence Hall Energy Challenge have been announced. More
December 17, 2007 -- Heidi Campbell, a leading expert on religion and the Internet and how online religious communities connect their online and offline social-religious networks, predicts that online forums will not have a negative impact on church attendance. More
December 15, 2007 -- Nobel Laureate Norman Borlaug was presented an honorary doctorate at Texas A&M on Friday More
December 12, 2007 -- Texas A&M University reports that more than 37,000 middle school students and 1,300 school teachers have benefited from the Partnership for Environmental Education and Rural Health program. More
December 11, 2007 -- Texas A&M University will conduct three commencement exercises on Friday and Saturday, with more than 3,500 degree candidates expected to graduate. More
November 30, 2007 -- Dr. Garry Adams, associate dean for homeland security in Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, has been named to the National Research Council’s Biodefense Standing Committee for the Department of Defense. More
November 30, 2007 -- B. Stephen Carpenter, II, associate professor of art education and visual culture at Texas A&M University, and his students are using Second Life, a a 3-D virtual world program, to create a place where they meet for discussion and work on class projects. More
November 30, 2007 -- Welcoming the opportunity to stand as the 12th Man, even during a season that didn’t meet all of their always-high expectations, the Texas A&M student body piled into Kyle Field at near-record numbers, ending the “Coach Fran” era on a high in the stands as well as on the field. More
November 25, 2007 -- Texas A&M University graduate student Lauren Simpson won mtvU’s “Best Film on Campus” national competition. More
November 21, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has announced a new program to prepare graduates for West Point teaching jobs. More
November 21, 2007 -- A Texas A&M University professor says that a "new world" discovered under Antarctic ice could reveal key information about the Earth. More
November 21, 2007 -- Congressman Chet Edwards will present The William Waldo Cameron Forum On Public Affairs At The George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University on Friday. More
November 19, 2007 -- Texas A&M University will be the site for a state-sponsored pilot program offering half-price tuition for the second session of 2008 summer school as a means of encouraging students to accelerate their course studies and make better use of campus facilities. More
November 19, 2007 -- American Eagle Outfitters’ Big Game Live plans to visit the Texas A&M University campus this week to film some of the traditions associated with its football rivalry with the University of Texas More
November 15, 2007 -- Two Texas A&M University English professors are marveling that the time-honored tale “Beowulf,” which contained “plenty of violence but absolutely no sex,” is being marketed around a close-up of Angelina Jolie as a naked lizard woman. More
November 15, 2007 -- Christopher Sprecher, Texas A&M's international relations specialist, has published an analysis of United States foreign policy regarding sanctions in the American Journal of Policy Science. More
November 15, 2007 -- Texas A&M University professor John Moroney has just completed a book on energy consumption and production, "Power Struggle: World Energy in the 21st Century". More
November 13, 2007 -- The Department of Homeland Security has approved a $5 million grant to fund a fourth year of product research and development at Texas A&M University’s National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense More
November 13, 2007 -- A Texas A&M University researcher has published a report on ways that “patient-centered” clinician-patient communication can improve survival and quality of life among cancer patients. More
November 13, 2007 -- An analysis of Texas A&M University enrollment shows that 86 percent of the Aggies are native Texans, but the others come from elsewhere in the United States or from other countries. More
November 12, 2007 -- In new rankings released by Financial Times, the Mays Business School’s Executive MBA Program at Texas A&M University ranks No. 1 in the nation among public schools in the area of “participant work experience. More
November 10, 2007 -- Former President George Herbert Walker Bush celebrated the official re-opening of his presidential museum on the campus of Texas A&M University with a surprise parachute jump. More
November 08, 2007 -- The George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University is having a grand reopening on Saturday following extensive remodeling work. More
November 06, 2007 -- John Fackler, who holds the rank of Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M, believes that using clusters of gold compounds as a catalyst could lead to new and improved products for everyday use. More
November 06, 2007 -- Texas A&M University professor Valerie Hill-Jackson has been recognized nationally with the “Women Who Empower Through Education” award. More
November 03, 2007 -- Thomas M. DeFrank, an award-winning veteran political journalist and author, will present the Kay and Britt Rice Lecture at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University on Tuesday, November 13. More
November 02, 2007 -- Texas A&M University astronomer Nicholas B. Suntzeff reports that a comet that is usually dim and visible only with the help of a powerful telescope, has erupted into an object visible to the naked eye. More
November 02, 2007 -- Researchers at Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, in collaboration with scientists representing institutions around the world, report that they have discovered the closest living relative to primates. More
November 02, 2007 -- Sarah Brooks, an assistant professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers on Thursday at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. More
October 31, 2007 -- The Texas A&M University Wind Symphony will perform at a benefit concert in the fabled Carnegie Hall in New York February 22. More
October 31, 2007 -- Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Brent Scowcroft will deliver the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs’ inaugural Lenore and Francis Humphrys Lecture at 5 p.m. Thursday, November 8, in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at Texas A&M University. More
October 29, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has announced the establishment of the "Aggie 100 Scholarship Fund" with $55,000 in donations by Aggie Businesses More
October 26, 2007 -- The 100 fastest-growing companies owned or operated by Texas A&M University graduates, the “Aggie 100”, were announced today. More
October 23, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has announced a $6.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health that will allow researchers to study rural and minority health issues such as diabetes and obesity. More
October 22, 2007 -- Texas A&M University is selling personalized plates to support Aggie scholarships More
October 19, 2007 -- The fastest-growing Aggie-owned businesses will be honored Friday, October 26 during the third annual Aggie 100 luncheon in The Zone Club at Texas A&M University’s Kyle Field. More
October 18, 2007 -- Texas A&M researcher Michael Smotherman reports that he is conducting research on how bats communicate during their nocturnal outings in hopes that the study could lead to better treatments for human speech disorders. More
October 18, 2007 -- The authors of "Chefs to Know", a guide that selects the top chefs in America, has named Texas A&M University’s Gary Arthur one of the nation’s best. More
October 17, 2007 -- The George Bush Presidential Library Foundation today announced that Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates will receive the 2007 George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service at Reed Arena on the Texas A&M campus on October 26. More
October 16, 2007 -- Texas A&M University Professor Xenophon A. Koufteros uses magic tricks to teach mathematics. More
October 15, 2007 -- A Texas A&M Univerity Climatologist has issued a report on the 2007 Hurricane Season. More
October 11, 2007 -- Patricia and Warren (Pat) Kirksey of Lockhart have established the Spencer Patton Squire Memorial Scholarship in Education in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University to honor the memory of their late six year old grandson who aspired to be an Aggie. More
October 11, 2007 -- Fledgling Texas A&M student architects have designed a cardiac care center. More
October 11, 2007 -- The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University has compiled some Halloween tips for pets. More
October 11, 2007 -- Texas A&M Univesity has established a Confucius Institute on the College Station Campus. More
October 09, 2007 -- The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors Foundation and its Houston Gulf Coast Chapter recently chose four graduate students at Mays Business School at Texas A&M University to receive $14,000 in scholarships. More
October 08, 2007 -- A site in northern Chile has been selected as the "new home for the future of astronomy" as embodied by the $500 million Giant Magellan Telescope project in which Texas A&M University is a major player because of a donation by George and Cynthia Mitchell. More
October 08, 2007 -- A Texas A&M University researcher is trying to determine why South American parrots eat soil. More
October 07, 2007 -- Former President George H. W. Bush will introduce his granddaughter, Jenna Bush, as the featured speaker at the Bank of America Program on Volunteerism on Monday at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center on the campus of Texas A&M University on Monday. More
September 28, 2007 -- Donald E. Powell, federal coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding, participated in a “Day with a Business Leader” at Lowry Mays College of Business at Texas A&M University. More
September 26, 2007 -- A Texas A&M architecture professor has launched a study of abandoned Texas churches. More
September 25, 2007 -- Texas A&M University will conduct a test of its Code Maroon emergency notification system Thursday morning. More
September 24, 2007 -- Researchers at Texas A&M University report that they are participating in developing a nose spray treatment for influenza. More
September 21, 2007 -- A Texas A&M University professor has published a study on how shape and size affect perceptions of attractiveness and gender. More
September 12, 2007 -- Texas A&M University will present "Promoting Hispanic Enrollment - A Tipping Point to Vision 2020", at the 2007 Texas A&M Hispanic Network Summit on September 13 for two days. More
September 07, 2007 -- Texas A&M University physics professor Nicholas B. Suntzeff is at Trinity College at the University of Cambridge today to be honored as a recipient of the 2007 Gruber Cosmology Prize. More
September 04, 2007 -- Texas A&M University political science professor Sylvia Manzano has reported that Hispanics surveyed in a recent survey reflects their emphasis on education. More
September 04, 2007 -- Texas A&M University marketing expert Manjit Yadav and two colleagues have published an article on the importance of "the type of words" used in annual reports. More
September 04, 2007 -- A new web portal from the National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease (FAZD) at Texas A&M University provides stakeholders in the U.S. livestock industry with online access to important news and information about foot and mouth disease. More
September 02, 2007 -- Kyle Field was packed for the opening football game of the season between Texas A&M University and Montana State. More
August 31, 2007 -- The Thompson quadruplets have sailed through their freshman year at Texas A&M University with flying colors – mostly maroon – and are now transitioning to savvy sophomores. More
August 23, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has announced a new University Studies Degree that will be offered during the fall semester. More
August 22, 2007 -- The Integrative Center for Homeland Security at Texas A&M University has activated its Hurricane Season 2007 Web Portal. More
August 20, 2007 -- Ninety-one year old Professor Emeritus Paul Van Riper is gearing up for another year of teaching at Texas A&M University. More
August 17, 2007 -- Mays Business School at Texas A&M University has been ranked again this year among the top 10 public schools for MBA programs in the nation, according to Forbes’ biennial ranking process. More
August 10, 2007 -- United States Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates was the featured speaker at commencement exercises at Texas A&M University, where he was president for four years. More
August 10, 2007 -- A Texas A&M University professor, who has written a book about Elvis Presley, cautions on the 30th Anniversary of his death that many of Presley’s fans could be candidates for Heartbreak Hotel. More
August 08, 2007 -- Secretary of Defense and former Texas A&M University President Robert M. Gates, former Texas A&M First Lady Becky Gates, former National Park Service Director Robert G. Stanton and Hispanic novelist R. Rolando Hinojosa-Smith are scheduled to receive honorary doctoral degrees from Texas A&M at its summer commencement exercises on Friday. More
August 02, 2007 -- Bob J. Surovik, a 1958 accounting graduate of Texas A&M University, has been appointed chairman of the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees. More
August 02, 2007 -- Animal experts at Texas A&M University caution families against “exotic” pets. More
August 02, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has published a news release on National Sandwich Month. More
August 02, 2007 -- Wesley Jarvis, a retired chemistry and computer science teacher at Borger High School, will be presented the Texas A&M University Inspiration Award for Exceptional Education during summer commencement ceremonies Friday, August 10. More
July 31, 2007 -- Texas A&M University will begin its annual Fish Camp for freshmen on Friday, August 3. More
July 27, 2007 -- Texas Governor Rick Perry today announced the award of $6 million to the Texas A&M University System to help attract leading university researchers to Texas A&M University’s Texas Institute for Preclinical Studies in College Station. More
July 24, 2007 -- Texas A&M University’s Bill Klemm, a professor of neuroscience in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, has released a book, "‘Dillos: Roadkill on Extinction Highway?" which contains all you ever wanted to know about armadillos. More
July 18, 2007 -- Dr. Nicholas B. Suntzeff, professor of physics at Texas A&M University, has been named as one of 52 international researchers who will share in the 2007 Gruber Cosmology Prize for their work toward the discovery that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. More
July 15, 2007 -- Texas A&M University has published a “Back to School” tip sheet for parents. More
June 21, 2007 -- BASF has awarded a $1,000 college scholarship to Stephanie Boyle, a recent graduate of La Porte High School in recognition of her academic excellence in science. Later this year, Boyle will attend Texas A & M in College Station, Texas. More
June 21, 2007 -- Texas A&M University officials have announced that the increase for tuition and required fees this fall will be limited to 5.3 percent, or $10.30 per semester credit hour, for most students. More
June 19, 2007 -- Texas A&M University today announced that free downloadable video and audio information is available from the University's newly launched iTunes Store. More
June 17, 2007 -- Texas A&M University Professor Nancy S. Self has offered advice on preparation of young students for their first day of kindergarten. More
June 12, 2007 -- The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences announced a new procedure to perform the delicate operation necessary to remove cataracts from a horse’s eye. More
June 11, 2007 -- Texas A&M professor Randy Kluver reports today that American politicians can learn much more about internet communications from their counterparts in Asia and throughout the world. More
June 06, 2007 -- Scientists at Texas A&M University are participating in the study of 145 lakes that have recently been discovered beneath Antarctica. More
June 01, 2007 -- NASA astronaut Steve Swanson is aboard the space shuttle Atlantis scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral today. More
May 25, 2007 -- Pet Talk, a service of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University, warns about snakebites to pets. More
May 25, 2007 -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents established the new Texas Institute for Preclinical Studies on the campus of Texas A&M University. More
May 07, 2007 -- Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students recently honored William C. Hearn and Dr. Alexandru Balaban with the 2007 Distinguished Achievement Award. More
April 15, 2007 -- Parents of Texas A & M University students traveled to College Station for Parents Weekend on April 14 and 15. More


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