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The Chemistry Road Show is a public service program with two complementary and interlocking goals: to entertain and educate students using chemistry.

A sixth-grade girls conference to help young women open new doors by continuing in their math and science classes.

Each fall, the Department of Mathematics hosts a daylong competition featuring a series of team and individual competitions and exams in subjects ranging from Algebra I through Calculus.

Thought you needed an expensive airplane ticket to be in a cloud? Just come to the Hawking Auditorium on the Texas A&M campus to experience clouds, lightning, magic bubbles and more!

Real Physics Live is a set of short, entertaining videos presenting exciting physics experiments performed by Texas A&M students.

An event series for Texas high school students interested in discovering how physics can help us better understand nature!

Since 2002, Texas A&M Mathematics has sponsored a Summer Educational Enrichment in Math (SEE-Math) Program for gifted middle school students entering the 6th, 7th or 8th grade.

SMaRT is a two-week, National Science Foundation-sponsored summer program for advanced high school students aimed at facilitating their interest in mathematics.

The Texas A&M Math Circle is an outreach activity that brings 5th-12th grade students into direct contact with mathematical professionals in an informal setting to work on interesting topics in mathematics.

A fast-paced quiz format competition for middle school students based on knowledge of science facts.

A fast-paced quiz format competition for high school students based on knowledge of science facts.

Students conduct research during the school year and present results through both oral and written presentations.

Texas high school students present their original research in a professional arena.

The Texas Science Olympiad tournament is a rigorous academic interscholastic competition that consists of a series of individual and team events that students in grades 6-12 prepare for during the year.

The Youth Adventure Program (YAP) is a series of one-week summer courses designed to encourage career exploration in fields of interest to gifted and talented students.