Going Big by Going Home
Feb 28, 2020Twelve years after earning her bachelor's in biochemistry at Texas A&M, biologist Jennifer Dulin '05 got the full-circle chance to return to Texas A&M, where she's pursuing her life's work of making the best of one of the worst situations currently affecting the lives of more than 300,000 people in the United States alone — spinal cord injury.
The Human Element
Feb 13, 2020Professors get their fair share of requests from their students. Last spring, Texas A&M chemist Simon North received his most unique to date when two former students in his freshman chemistry course, Julia Santell '19 and Josiah Day '19, asked him to officiate at their August 17 wedding. The rest, as they say, is history — er, chemistry.
Crucible of Curiosity
Nov 26, 2019Thanks and gig 'em to The Association of Former Students for contributing $75,000 toward the Texas A&M College of Science during the past academic year -- whoop! Read about the people, programs and progress that generous support helps make possible in the cover story from the November-December 2019 issue of "Texas Aggie" magazine.
Degrees of Distinction
Jun 30, 2020Congratulations to Caltech chemist, 2000 Texas A&M chemistry graduate and College Station native Dr. Thomas F. Miller III, who has been selected by the Texas A&M College of Science for its highest alumni honor — induction into the college's Academy of Distinguished Former Students.
The Right Stuff
Best and Brightest
Jun 29, 2020Texas A&M seniors Mary-Catherine Clark '20 and Oscar Gonzalez '20 have been selected as 2020 recipients of the John B. Beckham Award in Science, the College of Science's highest mark of distinction recognizing students who best exemplify characteristics of academic achievement, character, leadership and extracurricular activities.
Jun 26, 2020Sophomore biology students Allison Baker '23 and Emily Chapa '23 have been selected as 2020-21 Texas A&M Beckman Scholars, a prestigious national award intended to recognize and support outstanding undergraduate researchers in chemistry and the biological sciences.
Jun 19, 2020Texas A&M students interested in learning more about the fundamental science behind COVID-19 and other trending topics while satisfying a CORE science requirement will have a unique opportunity to explore such issues in real time this fall, courtesy of a new interdisciplinary course team-taught by instructors from the College of Science and College of Liberal Arts.
Jun 12, 2020Congratulations to Texas A&M physicist and Cyclotron Institute member Ralf Rapp, one of four faculty named to Texas A&M's 2020 class of University Professorship holders, a distinction established in 2019 to recognize, elevate and amplify faculty achievement and impact.
May 28, 2020A Texas A&M-sized thanks and gig 'em to Texas A&M chemist Ganesa Gopalakrishnan, the organic chemistry artist affectionately known as "G.G.," who is retiring May 31 after four decades of educating, encouraging and inspiring an estimated 25,000 Texas A&M students.
May 27, 2020Texas A&M Science remembers Clint Crampton '99, an academic advisor within the Texas A&M Biology Undergraduate Program since 2004 who was revered for his humor, warmth and generosity, as well as his empathy for and understanding of Texas A&M students and their families.
May 26, 2020Congratulations to 1986 Texas A&M statistics graduate Dr. Katherine "Kathy" Ensor, Noah G. Harding Professor of Statistics in the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University, who has been elected as the 117th president of the American Statistical Association.
May 20, 2020Twelve research projects — including four led by Texas A&M Science faculty — have been chosen for funding as part of The Texas A&M University System National Laboratories Office’s multi-element program to increase engagement between researchers from the A&M System and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.