Texas A&M University System facility to manufacture potential COVID-19 vaccine
The U.S. government announced Monday afternoon that a potential COVID-19 vaccine will be manufactured in Brazos County.
Academic Success Center Program Coordinators Recognized for Innovative Advising
Tutoring and supplemental instruction program coordinators creatively implement technology to support online learning during COVID-19
Texas A&M Fall 2020 Course Frequently Asked Questions
Update to the campus community regarding fall courses, new information on face coverings, and enhanced safety procedures for campus
"Prize Patrol" Celebrates Advising Award Recipients
With university events being rescheduled due to COVID-19, representatives from the University Advisors and Counselors executive board and the Office for Student Success organized a “Prize Patrol” and car parade to honor the recipients of the 2020 Advising Awards in place of the annual banquet.
Texas A&M Face Covering Frequently Asked Questions
As we return to campus over the summer and in the fall, the health and safety of all Aggies (students, faculty, and staff), especially of vulnerable individuals, is of paramount importance.
Texas A&M University at Qatar Dean Reappointed
I am pleased to announce that I am reappointing Dr. César Octavio Malavé as dean and chief operating officer of Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ). The reappointment is for five years, effective July 1, 2020, through Aug. 31, 2025.
2020 University Professorships Awarded
The award carries the opportunity for honorees to name their professorships for living or deceased faculty members who have been instrumental mentors and influences.
Change in Scheduled Classes for Monday, June 8th in recognition of George Floyd
In recognition of the public viewing for George Floyd on Monday and the Texas A&M University System full-day release of non-essential personnel, all scheduled class activities for Monday, June 8th at Texas A&M University will not be held.
Texas A&M Faculty Senate - Resolution on Confronting Racism
Texas A&M Faculty Senate - Resolution on Confronting Racism: June 3, 2020
Doctoral Student Conducts International Relations through Coffee
In early 2021, pandemic-permitting, Horticultural Sciences doctoral student Sarah Brinkley
will travel to Colombia on a Boren Fellowship
to conduct research and advance causes about which she is passionate.
By Rob Dixon, Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies
Dr. John August Named Interim Dean Of College Of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Dr. John August Named Interim Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. August previously served as professor, dean of faculties, associate provost, and interim dean of the School of Public Health.
Texas A&M Selected for National Initiative, Scaling Instructional Excellence for Student Success
Texas A&M University faculty members will be invited to participate in Scaling Instructional Excellence for Student Success, a strategic initiative aimed to promote quality instruction and student success. This cohort-based program targets core curriculum and gateway courses.
Record Number Of Aggies Earn Diplomas This Spring
Texas A&M University is expected to award a record 10,796 degrees as the Spring 2020 semester comes to a close this week.
Texas A&M Announces 2020 Distinguished Achievement Award Recipients
Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students have selected 24 outstanding members of the university’s faculty and staff to be honored with 2020 Distinguished Achievement Awards.
Doctoral Researcher Makes Breakthrough to Help Fight Infections
As bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics, Kunze Award Winner and May doctoral graduate Akshi Singla has discovered a promising solution.
Employees of Undergraduate Studies Rally to Support Students Amidst COVID-19
More than 450 employees deploy alternative versions of 45 programs
By Anna Transue, Texas A&M University Undergraduate Studies
Open Educational Materials Awards Recognize University Faculty
The Texas A&M University Libraries partnered with the Student Government Association (SGA) to recognize faculty members who promote or contribute to a culture of using open access materials. The SGA Open Educator Award and the SGA Open Education Champion Award, established in 2016, honor faculty members who go above and beyond in adopting and demonstrating use of Open Educational Materials (OEM).
Greg Hartman Selected To Lead Texas A&M Health Science Center
The new SVP and COO will also retain a dual role with The Texas A&M University System.
Implementation of Canvas by Summer 2021 to Come in Waves
Texas A&M University has begun implementation of the new Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas, and we anticipate it being available for piloting for faculty teaching during the second summer session.
Texas A&M’s Quick Move To Online Courses Deemed A Success
Provost says it will have a long-term transformational effect on teaching.
By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications
Texas A&M Announces Winners of Distinguished Dissertation Awards
Awards go to doctoral students whose dissertations make outstanding contributions to their disciplines
Texas A&M College of Nursing Allowing Seniors To Fast-Track Graduation To Enter Workforce
Students will be able to pursue an early conferral of their degrees as college responds to Gov. Greg Abbott’s waiver of certain licensing rules to support nursing workforce during COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas A&M Names New Dean of the School of Public Health
Texas A&M University Provost and Executive Vice President Carol A. Fierke has announced Shawn Gibbs as the incoming dean of the School of Public Health.
Open Resource Textbooks at Texas A&M Will Save Students Millions, Provost’s Office Says
University hopes to cut the costs of college for thousands of students each semester with free books and learning materials by faculty and library experts.
University Names Faculty Members As University Distinguished Professors
Texas A&M University awards seven faculty members with University Distinguished Professorships
Provost Announces Inaugural Academic Professional Track Teaching Awards
The Texas A&M Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) will honor 10 outstanding Academic Professional Track (APT) faculty members this month with the inaugural Provost Academic Professional Track Teaching Excellence Awards. The new award encourages, recognizes, and rewards faculty recipients for exceptional teaching
practices that create meaningful learning experiences for students. It illustrates both the impact of an effective teaching approach and the value of student-centered learning. Recipients of this award will receive a $5,000 cash stipend, generously gifted by the Marie M. and James H. Galloway Foundation, and will hold this award title for life.
University Names Faculty Members As University Distinguished Professors
The award is the highest honor that can be given to a Texas A&M faculty member
Texas A&M Provost Honored With Mildred Cohn Award
The 2020 Mildred Cohn Award in Biological Chemistry recognizes Texas A&M Provost Dr. Carol A. Fierke’s scholarship, scientific contributions and mentorship.
Texas A&M Awards Inaugural University Professorships
Five Texas A&M faculty members will be recognized for accomplishments in their respective disciplines
New York Academy of Sciences Names Texas A&M’s Murray A National Blavatnik Finalist
With the goal of honoring the nation’s foremost young scholars for the quality, impact and promise of their research, the New York Academy of Sciences has designated Texas A&M AgriLife researcher Seth Murray
as finalist for the 2019 Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists
Agreement Brings Texas A&M and Chambers Of Commerce Together
An agreement between Texas A&M University and Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives (TCCE) will offer the opportunity to credential, train and develop up-and-coming chamber leaders nationwide.
President Young Names 2019 Presidential Professors
Professors Dr. Paul Busch and Dr. Rick Giardino were recognized for providing transformational learning opportunities to Texas A&M students.
‘Aggies In Italy’ Study Abroad Partnership Renewed
The commitment to offer Texas A&M University students educational and cultural experiences abroad remains a top priority.
Aggies Reach out to Help, Heal Smaller Towns Ravaged by Harvey
When Hurricane Harvey lined up to maul the Texas coast one year ago, the massive storm drew a bullseye on Rockport, Texas.
2018 Distinguished Achievement Award Recipients Announced
Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students have selected 24 outstanding members of the school’s faculty and staff to be honored with 2018 Distinguished Achievement Awards.