Join the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics for a day of games, crafts, magic and learning open to the Bryan-College Station community and greater Brazos Valley.

The two longtime Texas A&M faculty members and administrators are taking on new roles in conjunction with the college’s revamped organizational structure, approved by Texas A&M President Mark Welsh in alignment with his Quick-Look Assessment.

Lots of people will do a lot to avoid feeling negative emotions. But researchers in the Texas A&M Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences are figuring out how these unpleasant feelings actually have benefits.

The dust has settled on a controversial topic in astronomy, courtesy of new research involving Texas A&M astronomer Dr. Lifan Wang that shows Type Ia supernovae may be the source of significant amounts of previously unaccounted for dust in elliptical galaxies.

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While investigating the effectiveness of a food insecurity program on campus, statistics major Erin Batta ‘24 discovered her passion for research that changes lives.

Reid "Zeke" Buskirk '21 and Dirk van de Laar '18 are among 14 recipients of the 2024 National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award recognizing demonstrated excellence in geoscience-related teaching and learning.

2012 Texas A&M meteorology graduate and donor Ethan L. Nelson ’12 and his wife, Dr. Laura Lins Nelson, have created a scholarship to help enrich the Aggie experience for meteorology students.

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