College of Science
Accomplished faculty form the foundation of any great program. In the College of Science, our students have the opportunity to interact with some of the best, from outstanding classroom educators to world-renowned research experts.
Our faculty excel at providing unique learning experiences and fundamental science education to students across Texas A&M. As scientists, we innately encourage innovation and discovery — two key components of the intellectual engine that drives our global economy. We also believe in giving back, serving in leadership positions on many committees, boards, and professional groups dedicated to shaping the future of scientific research and teaching as well as related policy and funding.
We’re at the head of our class, and we have it down to a science.
1 Nobel Prize winner
6 National Academy of Sciences Members
7 American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow
7 National Academies Education Fellows
2 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigators
First Texas A&M SEC Professor of the Year
More than a third of Texas A&M’s distinguished professors
7 Texas A&M Presidential Professors for Teaching Excellence
Meet our Science Faculty
Texas A&M Science - I Am Texas A&M Science (Episode 25)Even for the most seasoned academic, career inspiration starts somewhere, and it all begins with a story. Here’s one from mathematician Maya Johnson ‘08, who discovered her love for teaching while completing her doctoral studies at Texas A&M and is now a full-time lecturer.
Texas A&M Science - Continuing Education Under COVID-19Aggieland looks a little different these days thanks to COVID-19, but professors in the Texas A&M College of Science remain committed to providing their students with the university's high standard of academic education, even in this new era of social distancing. Education may have taken on many new approaches, but the impact is still the same.
Texas A&M Science - I Am Texas A&M Science (Episode 24)Even for the most seasoned academic, career inspiration starts somewhere, and it all begins with a story. Here’s one from Henry Clark, an accelerator physicist and facility supervisor for the Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute, who sees to it that major aerospace engineering companies from across the country have access to beam time for their testing needs.