Have you considered acquiring additional knowledge, strengthening your resume or increasing your value to potential employers? Consider graduate studies in the College of Science.

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The College of Science is offering an expedited path to graduate study for Texas A&M seniors graduating in spring or summer 2020. This Quick Admit process is designed to be a short, simple application with no application fees or GRE requirement.

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  • Short, simple application
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  • No GRE requirement
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Program Coordinator
Biology
jbradford@bio.tamu.edu
979-845-7755

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Graduate Programs Advisor
Mathematics
stewart@math.tamu.edu
979-862-4137

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Academic Advisor IV
Physics and Astronomy
skessler@tamu.edu
979-458-5948

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Academic Advisor III
Physics and Astronomy
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979-845-7738

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Academic Advisor II
Statistics
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979-845-8886

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Administrative Coordinator II
College of Science Office of the Dean
kristy@science.tamu.edu
979-458-1503

Graduate News

Texas A&M NSF Graduate Research Fellow Taylor Hutchison Finds Focus in Studying Universe’s Earliest Stars and Sharing Passion for Science

Sometimes when she’s alone in an observatory, surrounded by computer screens and terabytes of data in some remote control room, peering deep into the mysterious black cosmos, Taylor Hutchison ’22 likes to take a moment to remind herself just how fortunate she is.

It’s hard to blame Hutchison, a graduate student in the Texas A&M University Astronomy Program, for being a little sentimental about it. After all, it’s not everyone who can say they’re making a career out of probing some of the earliest known galactic formations.

“I love my job; it’s a dream come true,” Hutchison said. “I get to travel the world and go to these amazing telescopes to take data. I get to [...]

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