Texas A&M University will soon be home to a 40-acre garden that will educate and rejuvenate Aggies for generation to come.
A contribution from a Texas Aggie and businessman to the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University has ensured a successful start and promising future for a program designed to prepare students for a career in the meat industry.
Texas A&M University administrators and researchers are stepping up efforts to protect a worldwide multibillion dollar-a-year industry.
Visualization students develop educational video games in an immersive lab experience.
Construction science professor Ben Bigelow ’05 uses fellowship funding to support student endeavors.
A scholarship program established by William Merriweather Peña ’42, a former Texas A&M architecture student, World War II hero, and renowned architect, will help generations of aspiring Aggie architects receive an education.
A planned gift from Benjamin Hayford ’14 will create a joint fellowship and study abroad scholarship at The Bush School of Government and Public Service.
The Bush School of Government and Public Service grooms students for cybersecurity careers.
A new veteran scholarship initiative will provide assistance for American heroes like Ray Dilworth ’18.
Renovations to the Quad reflect a changing and growing Corps of Cadets.
The first in a four-part series on the Corps of Cadets explores cadets’ academic standing.
New endowed fund honors renowned dental pioneer while strengthening research.
A new finding on how dentin is formed after birth.
Who knew omitting a gene necessary for cartilage development could cause extra teeth to form?
An overseas leadership seminar gives high-achieving incoming freshmen a comprehensive introduction to Texas A&M.
ExCEL Helps Aggies from Under-Represented Communities Find Their Place on Campus.
Researchers at the Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity helped Caldwell resident Dan Roper breathe again.
Dr. Kay Wijekumar knows the solution to the nation’s literacy problems starts with our elementary students.
The Texas A&M University Coaching Academy provides valuable resources for current and aspiring coaches to make a difference on and off the sidelines.
Dominic Johnson '19 received a Foundation Excellence Award from the Hamill Foundation. As a chemical engineering major, he's blazing new trails in the classroom.
When Zahra Parkar '18 was mapping out her higher education plans, she found what she needed through Texas A&M University's Engineering Academies and the Zachry Leadership Program.
As part of the College of Engineering's effort to enhance the educational experience of its students through its 25 by 25 initiative, the college has launched the First-Generation Engineering Student Mentoring Program.
A proposed plan by two Texas A&M University at Galveston researchers to protect Texas coasts could prevent billions in hurricane damage.
A new Academic Complex will enrich the marine learning environment at Texas A&M University at Galveston.
The $5.2 billion Panama Canal Expansion Project was completed on June 26th under the direction of a Texas A&M University at Galveston graduate.
Aggies tackle the global water crisis.
An intensive summer camp gives teachers the geology experience of a lifetime.
Dr. Lisa Campbell keeps shellfish eaters safe through early detection of harmful phytoplankton in the Gulf Coast.
Jon Hagler '58 gives $20 million to fund the future.
A $20 million gift from Jon Hagler ’58 names the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study and fuels Texas A&M’s best and brightest thinkers.
Institute For Advanced Study Brings The Brightest Academic Stars To Texas A&M.
Judge Joe Spurlock II ’60, professor of law, discusses judiciary systems and what constitutes a democracy.
Legislation that a Texas A&M University School of Law Professor has championed for years was unanimously passed in the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott.
What if reading no longer meant looking at words on a page? What if, instead of staring at a physical test, you could interact with it through touch, sight and sound?
Lyle and Andrea Eastham '94 believe giving back is an important part of being an Aggie.
Gifts from Susanne and Melbern Glassock ’59 promote the humanities at Texas A&M.
Funds from a professorship enable a Texas A&M librarian to put the Medical Sciences Library and its historical veterinary literature collection on the map.
Texas A&M provides a world-class education at a reasonable price, as seen year after year in rankings by Kiplinger’s, U.S. News & World Report, Money magazine and many more.
This series explores Texas A&M history. In honor of the centennial of the U.S. involvement in World War I, we take a journey back 100 years to what life was like on campus during this tumultuous time.
Two Aggie engineers finance an unprecedented collaboration between the colleges of business and engineering to ensure that Texas A&M graduates remain leaders in the energy sector.
The contribution, the largest single commitment in the school's history, supports several areas of innovation.
The Texas A&M Foundation has received two lead gifts to name the Department of Accounting in honor of James J. Benjamin in Mays Business School.
A planned gift of life insurance marked the first $1 million gift from former students to the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine.
St. David’s Foundation gives scholarships totaling $525,000 for Central Texas students.
In the face of loss, a nursing scholarship honors the life of a special individual.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program in the Texas A&M College of Nursing allows registered nurses to enrich their practice through further training as an educator or as a family nurse practitioner.
The forensic nursing program trains nurses to help treat individuals who have been the victim of a crime and require medical care.
Good manufacturing practice laboratory will allow faculty to turn promising chemicals into products for human clinical trials.
Texas A&M researchers work to develop a drug to enhance the function of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors to ease pain, slow cognitive decline and to make it easier for people to stop smoking.
EpiAssist, a program in the Texas A&M School of Public Health, provides much-needed disaster and emergency preparedness services to local, regional and state health departments.
Iron is a naturally occurring element that is abundant in our environment. Due to the research of a Texas A&M environmental chemist, supercharged iron, or ferrate, may prove to be key in not only purifying surfaces in health care settings, but in water that is contaminated.
Oscar Gonzalez ’18 finds his home in Aggieland as a Science Leadership Scholar.
Ahmed Mahmoud ’87 ’90 transformed his love of physics to become a leader in the IT world and an innovator at General Motors.
Dr. Bani K. Mallick, distinguished professor of statistics at Texas A&M University, has been selected to receive a Fulbright Distinguished Chair for 2017-2018.
A Texas A&M University undergraduate capstone design team named Enclave Electronics International recently presented their internet of things (IoT) lunar rover prototype to scientists at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Nearly 50 Qatari high school students have spent two summers at Texas A&M at Qatar for a STEM program known as the Summer Engineering Academy.
Texas A&M’s Veterinary Emergency Team impacts the state, nation and world through disaster response and relief efforts.
Rochelle family funds gifts for Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in memory of their beloved boxer.
Dr. Stacy Eckman touches the lives of many through her work at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.