Physics Fest Goes Virtual!
Feb 27, 2021Make a date for free family fun and experience the many wonders of science and technology along with history in the first-ever livestreamed Texas A&M Physics and Engineering Festival, set for Saturday, April 10, and featuring interactive demonstrations, keynote talks, and live Q&A sessions with scientists.
Science of Inspiration
Jan 28, 2021If experience truly is one of life's most effective teachers, now's your chance to learn from some of the best in the STEM professions and Aggieland at the 29th Annual Women In Science & Engineering Conference, "Diversifying Women in STEM: Embracing the Nontraditional Path," set for Saturday, April 10, via Zoom.
Tribology of Touch
Jan 22, 2021Dr. Cynthia Hipwell, Oscar S. Wyatt Jr. '45 Chair II Professor in Texas A&M's J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering, will present the 2020-2021 Ethel Ashworth-Tsutsui Memorial Lecture, set for 5:35 p.m. Wednesday, January 27, via Zoom.
Oct 20, 2020Join the Texas A&M Department of Statistics for a Friday, October 23, Zoom event celebrating the life and legacy of H.O. Hartley, the founder and first director of statistics at Texas A&M and namesake of the H.O. Hartley Chair in Statistics held by current Texas A&M Statistics Head Brani Vidakovic.
Quantum Physics and COVID-19
Jul 25, 2020Multiple Nobel laureates and National Academy members will be featured in a July 27-August 7 virtual summer school quantum science showcase on COVID-19 co-sponsored by Texas A&M University, Princeton University and Baylor University in partnership with the Texas A&M Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering.
Feb 28, 2020Dr. Reinhard Laubenbacher, professor and director at UConn Health and a professor of computational biology at the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, will visit the Texas A&M campus March 23 to deliver the 2020 Sue Geller Undergraduate Lecture, the fifth in an annual series intended to educate and inspire students in Texas A&M Mathematics.
Evolution :: Faith
Feb 19, 2020The Trotter Prize and Endowed Lecture Series, set this year for Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building, seeks to illuminate connections between science and religion, often viewed in academia as non-overlapping if not rival world views.
Jan 30, 2020Mathematicians from across Texas will be visiting the Texas A&M campus this weekend for a two-day conference aimed at strengthening the network of women, gender minorities and allies working in mathematics while also encouraging the growth of related collaborations and relationships throughout the Lone Star State.
Jan 21, 2020University of Minnesota McKnight Presidential Professor of Mathematics Douglas Arnold will visit the Texas A&M campus today (Jan. 21) to deliver the inaugural Ewing Lecture in Computational Science, an annual event honoring the late Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and longtime Vice President for Research Richard Ewing.
Jan 08, 2020Texas A&M construction science professor and Center for Health Systems and Design Fellow Dr. Zofia Rybkowski will present the 2019-2020 Ethel Ashworth-Tsutsui Memorial Lecture, set for noon on Friday, January 17, in the Langford Architecture Center.
A Visionary Life and Legacy
Nov 04, 2019"Texas Monthly" writer-at-large and former "Houston Chronicle" business columnist Loren Steffy '86 will visit Texas A&M University Thursday to deliver a free public lecture and book-signing regarding his latest work, a biography on 1940 Texas A&M distinguished petroleum engineering graduate, businessman and philanthropist George P. Mitchell.
Oct 22, 2019Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp and Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young joined the Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering for an October 24-25 symposium to celebrate Texas A&M Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy and 1996 Nobel Prize winner David M. Lee, recently featured as "The Top 100 Registry's" 2019 Physicist of the Year.
Data Science Debuts
Sep 30, 2019Texas A&M University will serve as the host site for a first-of-its-kind international data-science-driven event, the October 19-20 TAMU Datathon, a 30-hour, student-run showcase in which hundreds of students from freshmen to Ph.D. will solve real-world challenges in data science and compete for a variety of prizes.
Sep 23, 2019In the spirit of all things scientific, occasionally explosive and all-around inspirational, the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry is gearing up to host one of the most popular fall traditions across the Texas A&M campus: the 32nd annual Chemistry Open House and Science Exploration Gallery, set for Saturday, October 19.