Jun 28, 2019As a graduate student in astronomy at Texas A&M University, Taylor Hutchison '22 studies some of the most distant galaxies ever found, using some of the largest telescopes on Earth to do so. Learn more about her passion for science and the stars as well as the exhilarating potential of living a dream come true.
Jun 27, 2019Andreas Ehnbom, a doctoral student in the Texas A&M Department of Chemistry, has been selected as one of 29 international participants in the 2019 CAS Future Leaders Program, an elite scientific leadership immersion opportunity provided through the American Chemical Society.
May 03, 2019Texas A&M Science Ph.D. students Rajat Maji, Shubhadeep Chakraborty and Agustin Millet are among 15 selected university-wide to receive 2019 Distinguished Graduate Student Awards recognizing excellence in research, teaching and mentoring.
Apr 12, 2019Gregory S. Day ’19, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University, has been selected to receive a United States Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program Award in support of research addressing scientific challenges central to the agency’s mission and workforce development. Day, whose research as a member of […]
Mar 29, 2019Andreas Ehnbom, a doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry at Texas A&M University, has been selected as a 2019 Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellowship Award recipient, announced Thursday (March 28) by Dr. Karen L. Butler-Purry, associate provost for graduate and professional studies. Ehnbom is one of five Texas A&M doctoral students honored this year with the prestigious award, established […]
Lead by Example
Oct 31, 2018Marine conservation biologist and Texas A&M marine biology interdisciplinary program Ph.D. Christine Figgener has been named one of TIME Magazine's Next Generation Leaders for her efforts to educate society about the effects of single-use plastics on animals, people and the environment.
Jul 31, 2018Marine conservation biologist and Texas A&M marine biology interdisciplinary program Ph.D. candidate Christine Figgener's work rooted in helping a single sea turtle in need and now raising awareness regarding the effect of single-use plastics on animals, people and the environment was featured this month in TIME.
A Texas Take on Lab Safety
Jun 27, 2018Eight Texas A&M chemistry graduate students along with Texas A&M chemists Michael Rosynek and Michael Nippe recently gained valuable firsthand insight into laboratory safety standards at ExxonMobil's Baytown Technology and Engineering Center's annual Partners in Academic Laboratory Safety (PALS) Workshop.
Celebrating Grad Students
May 21, 2018Texas A&M Chemistry rolled out the maroon carpet in May for two days of back-to-back symposia celebrating all things graduate student education, research, service and networking, graciously underwritten by private support and gifts of time from former students and industry partners alike.
Target: Top 10
Mar 23, 2018Two Texas A&M Science graduate programs along with two sub-programs are listed among the nation's top 10 for public institutions in the U.S. News & World Report's "2019 Best Graduate Schools" report, the publication's first national survey of graduate programs in science since 2015.
Nov 29, 2017Dr. Simon J. Sheather, professor of statistics and academic director of the MS Analytics Program at Texas A&M University, is excited about a bold new adventure he is undertaking with the program. In Fall 2018, the program will be taught solely live online.
Oct 12, 2017Inspired by a documentary about the origins of the universe, Texas A&M astronomy graduate student Vince Estrada-Carpenter '19 decided to apply his math and science aptitude toward making his dream reality. The rest is the history of his future, one spent looking into the universe's past to explain its present.
A Nobel Experience
Jun 26, 2017Texas A&M chemistry graduate student Shengda Ding '16 is one of 420 students worldwide selected to participate in the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to the field of chemistry, underway through June 30 in Lindau, Germany. The event features 28 Nobel laureates and guests from approximately 80 countries.