Dr. Terri Pantuso is leading a $1.2 million Texas Higher Educational Coordinating Board effort to elevate student learning and improve writing instruction, reading comprehension skills and Texas Success Initiative assessment outcomes.

Nearly two years after Tally the turtle washed up on a beach in the UK, scientists from the Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research helped reintroduce her to her natural habitat.

After years of serving underrepresented communities across Texas, Texas A&M doctoral student Robyn Douglas ’25 seeks to inspire change as a Ford Foundation Fellow dedicated to helping the next generation of scientists, regardless of circumstances or background.

The National Endowment For The Humanities has awarded Texas A&M historian Dr. Daniel Schwartz and the Syriaca.org team nearly $350,000 to continue preservation efforts for a 2,000-year-old language and the rich culture it fosters.

Student Life

In celebration of the College of Arts and Sciences’ first year and our “Be Here” campaign kick-off, a handful of our sophomore students answer a few questions about their freshman experience as the first class of a new college.

The late Kathryn J. Greenwade '88 and Hector Gutierrez Jr. '69 are among 12 Aggies honored this year with the university's highest former student honor, the Distinguished Alumnus Award.

Roughly two dozen Aggies recently traveled to the Alps, exploring various locations in Munich, Germany, and Innsbruck, Austria, during a whirlwind 16 days of study, travel and cultural exchange as part of the Student Experiences Abroad in Meteorology program.

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