Email not displaying? View it in your browser
TAMUtimes - All Texas A&M News. All the time. Texas A&M University

Friday, September 6, 2013

TAMUtimes spotlight image

World's Largest Volcano Named After Texas A&M
The underwater volcano, which is about the size of New Mexico, was uncovered by a Texas A&M oceanographer.(more...)

TAMUtimes news thumbnail

12 Impacts: Increasing Diversity And Leading With STEM
Robert Capraro, Aggie STEM co-director and a Texas A&M mathematics professor, is helping diverse groups of students to begin thinking about STEM related fields like solar energy and robotics. (more...)

TAMUtimes news thumbnail

Dark Energy Survey Begins Mission To Map Southern Sky
An international team of physicists and astronomers, including scientists from Texas A&M, will use the world's most powerful digital camera to answer fundamental questions about the cosmos. (more...)

TAMUtimes news thumbnail

Mae Jemison To Speak At Inclusion Celebration
Jemison, the first female African-American astronaut, will present a free and open-to-the-public address Tuesday to kick off Texas A&M's 50 years of inclusion. (more...)

TAMUtimes news thumbnail

Institute Assists Military Land Sustainability Program
The Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources is playing an important role in a government collaboration to promote sustainability for areas surrounding military installations. (more...)

TAMUtimes is an electronic newsletter published every Tuesday and Friday that keeps you up-to-date with all that's happening at, around and by Texas A&M University.

TAMUtimes ad

A&M Newswire

A&M in the News

TAMUtimes ad

More from Texas A&M

This email was sent to you as part of your subscription to TAMUtimes.
Subscribe | Unsubscribe

Copyright 2013, Texas A&M University
Division of Marketing & Communications, Texas A&M University