George H. W. Bush’s extraordinary relationship with Texas A&M University has produced a generation of public servants who graduated from the Bush School of Government and Public Service before securing positions across local, state and national government organizations.
Flooding caused by an increasing number of intense storms is a national challenge and significant source of economic loss, social disruption and housing inequality across the United States, says a new report from Texas A&M University and the University of Maryland.
Tech Summit will again be held at Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, Texas Feb. 25-27 and will feature 47 sessions presented by individuals across the Texas A&M System and more.
The Texas A&M University System Technology Summit content committee has announced the 2019 schedule.
Calling the new facility a “game-changer,” Texas A&M University officials dedicated the Galveston campus’ new Aggie Special Events Center (ASEC) Friday and said it is a landmark event for the school.
To assist our employees, the Division of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness has partnered with the Texas A&M Health Community Clinic, the colleges of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy, and the Health Science Center’s Office of Interprofessional Education & Research to offer flu vaccine clinics for any Texas A&M System employee, their eligible dependents (must be 6 months or older), and retirees who are covered under the A&M Care plan (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas) or AHP Care (grad students).
Last weekend, Professors Irene Calboli, Glynn Lunney and Peter Yu of Texas A&M University School of Law participated in the 5th Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest. Held at American University Washington College of Law, this anniversary event brought together over 400 researchers, activists and practitioners to work on issues intersecting intellectual property and the public interest. The Center for Law and Intellectual Property at Texas A&M University School of Law was one of the event's institutional partners.
Employees at Texas A&M are encouraged to vote and paid leave is available to fulfill this important civic duty. Visit our website at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxFD to learn more about our Leave policies.
Important voting and registration deadlines for the Nov. 6, 2018 midterm election are quickly approaching. Below you will find important information from Brazos County and Texas election offices to help you make your voice. Employees at Texas A&M are encouraged to vote and paid leave is available for
5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of October 1
1. Philosophy Professor John J. McDermott Remembered As Conscience Of Texas A&M
2. Texas A&M Cadet Graduates Top Of Class From Marine Officer School
3. Texas A&M President Young To Deliver State Of The University Address Oct. 4
4. Texas A&M Employee Flu Vaccine Clinics Begin in October
5. How to Vote in The 2018 Midterm Elections at Texas A&M
President Young Introduces Four Key Initiatives At State Of The University Address
President Michael K. Young introduced four key initiatives and goals for the upcoming year: The President’s Excellence Fund, the Student Success Initiative, research support and faculty hiring. Young provided updates on the Lead by Example campaign and the Vision 2020 initiative Texas A&M is expected to be a Hispanic Service Institution (HSI) in two years.
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