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Update On Coronavirus: Study Abroad And Travel Guidelines

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...the approximately 30 students and faculty who planned to study abroad in Italy over Spring Break. Those impacted by this decision who need to make alternate housing arrangements over Spring...

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Texas A&M Hosts Conference To Advance International Education

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conference provides us with an opportunity to share how our university’s commitment to global engagement aligns with the mission of NAFSA – supporting international education to develop globally competent citizens...

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Texas A&M Ranked No. 1 For Number For Students Abroad Among Public Universities

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...administrators, is vital to providing students with global experiences.” Education abroad opportunities are available to all students – freshmen through doctoral candidates. International programs can be as short as one...

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New King Cricket Species Discovered On Costa Rica Study Abroad Trip

King cricket

...is a critically important component of biodiversity conservation.” Study AbroadStudy abroad programs are designed to take them out of their comfort zone and expose them to the real world,”...

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Texas A&M Selects Four Emerging Faculty Leaders For SEC Academic Fellowships

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...won the Texas State Historical Association’s Tullis Award for Best Book in Texas History. He has published eight journal articles, three book chapters and led study abroad programs in Italy...

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Study Abroad Name Change Highlights Growing International Opportunities

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Institute of International Education (IIE) announced that Texas A&M is the No. 1 public university in the nation in number of study abroad students for the third consecutive year. More...

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National Science Foundation Awards Texas A&M Research Alliance $4 Million

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...in STEM,” Stanley said. Going global Programmatic initiatives will include a robust academic year undergraduate research program, international research experiences and a multipronged mentoring strategy. For their high-impact research abroad...

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Trailblazing Oceanography Grad Will Be Ocean Educator In Florida Keys

Victoria Scriven and a fellow oceanography student conduct field work on a cruise aboard the R/V Manta, a NOAA vessel.

...From weekly cruises after Hurricane Harvey studying the coastal impact and observing the ocean, to a study abroad program trekking in the Andes of Peru, to traveling to Naples, Italy,...

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Near-Fatal Accident Leads To Dual Master’s Degrees

Jace Bentle of Sweetwater, Texas, will graduate in May with graduate degrees in architecture and land and property development.

...property development, earned in tandem from the Texas A&M College of Architecture. Immediately post-graduation Bentle, 25 will begin working at Jacobs, an international architecture and engineering group where he will...

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Hiroko Kitajima Receives NSF CAREER Award

Dr. Hiroko Kitajima, recipient of the National Science Foundatsion's CAREER Award.

...zones, using samples from the International Ocean Discovery Program. Through this research, the scientific community will gain understanding of rock deformation, to better predict earthquakes, for mitigation purposes, she said....

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