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- Dec 04, 2019

Once again, Texas A&M University was ranked number one in the annual Institute of International Education Open Doors Report (IIE) with 3,976 students participating in credit-bearing international experiences. Read more......

- Dec 04, 2019

On November 12, the Scowcroft Institute for International Affairs Hosted the 5th Annual Pandemic Policy Summit.

- Dec 04, 2019

The 13th annual Brazos Valley Worldfest took place on November 9th at the Brazos Valley Complex in Bryan.


- Oct 31, 2019

Dr. Francisco Marmolejo, World Bank Group's Higher Education Specialist gave a presentation on the Texas A&M University campus on October 23rd in the MSC Bethancourt Ballroom. The presentation was hosted by Vice Provost & Chief International Officer, Global Partnership Services, and the Office of The Provost with support from an endowment by Lockheed Martin. Global Trends in Higher Education: Perspectives and Actions from the World Bank presentation 

- Aug 27, 2019

David C. Powers, Department of Chemistry Assistant Professor, earned the NSF's CAREER Award for research focused on developing new catalysts toward  unsolved problems with synthesis and energy conversion.

- Jun 21, 2019

Eight interdisciplinary research projects will be funded $7 million for the Texas A&M University X-Grants, part of the 10-year $100 million President's Excellence Fund initiative. For more information...

- Jun 21, 2019

2019 Arts & Humanities Fellowships were presented to 8 (eight) Texas A&M University faculty memb ers during an awards luncheon at the University Club in Rudder Tower. Fellowships include a 3-year $15,000.00 grant to support a scholarly or creative project. For additional information...  

- Jun 21, 2019

For the first time, a team of ten students from the Texas A&M University mechanical engineering department participated in the annual Shell Eco-marathon energy efficiency competition in California and won the off-track safety prize. Details of the competition win can be read here.

- Jun 11, 2019

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded $4 million to the Texas A&M University System Louis Stokes STEM Pathways and Research Alliance (LSAMP). Awarded funds are to implement programmatic initiatives in order to increase engagement and enhance the success of underrepresented minority students in STEM. Research conducted will explore the impact of research mentoring on underrepresented minority student success in STEM, including motivation in long-term goals. For more information

- Mar 05, 2019

Former foreign correspondent for The Atlantic, to deliver a lecture on modern geopolitics  on the campus of Texas A&M University at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center on March 6 with sign-up opening at 5:30 p.m. For more information, please see the full article on Texas A&M Today.