Like years before, thousands of Texas A&M students from 10 separate colleges are set to walk the stage, but this year, the newly formed College of Arts and Sciences joins the ranks.

Texas A&M Arts and Sciences has dedicated $600,000 to support interdisciplinary research activities and encourage novel collaborations among faculty within its 18 academic departments and dozens of centers and institutes.

Texas A&M oceanographers recently returned from a four-day research cruise collecting samples in the Gulf of Mexico and near the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.

A Texas A&M-led team of researchers is using carbon dioxide and table salt to make 3D-printed polymers more environmentally friendly through a process that allows the polymers to naturally degrade over time.

Student Life

Senior Grace Vaughn ’23 credits Texas A&M University with cultivating her passion for selfless service, a tradition she plans to continue to honor in the professional world.

As the former voice of NASA and current vice president and chief communications officer for SLB, 1999 Texas A&M journalism graduate Josh Byerly has made a career out of telling a good story.

Catie Kaylor ’23 contributed to major research on “forever chemicals” in oysters during a 2021 REU in Florida and conducted colloidal trace metals research at Texas A&M this year.

Faculty & Research


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