Beyond Campus Borders
In the College of Science, we are passionate about introducing the world to science, its careers, and its contributions to daily life. We are dedicated to supporting the ever-changing needs of Texas public educators charged with helping students explore the possibilities of science and mathematics. For us, that begins with introducing K-12 students to the joys of science and mathematics through hands-on and family-friendly events and competitions.
Texas A&M Science - Datathon 2019Hundreds of students ranging from freshmen to Ph.D. traveling from institutions across the nation and globe gathered at Texas A&M in October for the world’s first-ever TAMU Datathon, a 30-hour, student-run showcase featuring real-world challenges in data science, Fortune 500 sponsorship and a variety of prizes. Congratulations to all winners as well as the leadership team, mentors, sponsors and participants who helped make the inaugural event a Texas A&M-sized success — whoop!
Texas A&M Science - Instant SnowTime to get in the holiday spirit! Texas A&M chemist James Pennington, host of the popular Chemistry Road Show outreach program, explains how to create your very own "instant snow."
Texas A&M Science - Expanding Your Horizons 2018Check out highlights from this year's Expanding Your Horizons, an all-day, workshop-structured conference for 6th grade girls intended to open new doors of interest and opportunity while also encouraging them to stay actively involved in math and science. Beyond making them aware of STEM career opportunities, the annual event also provides girls with a chance to meet female role models in related fields. To learn more about EYH, visit http://outreach.science.tamu.edu/eyh.php.
- Chemistry Road Show
- Expanding Your Horizons
- High School Mathematics Contest
- Physics Show
- Real Physics Live
- Saturday Morning Physics
- Summer Math Research Training Camp
- TAMU Math Circle
- Texas A&M Regional Junior Science Bowl
- Texas A&M Regional Science Bowl
- Texas Junior Academy of Science
- Texas Junior Science & Humanities Symposium
- Texas Science Olympiad
- Youth Adventure Program