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Dr. Clyde Munster (pictured on the left) and Dr. Justin Yates were among four Texas A&M University faculty members who were selected as 2013 SEC Faculty Travel Grant recipients.  A program of SECU, the academic initiative of the Southeastern Conference, the SEC Faculty Travel Grant Program is i…


A group of students from a newly formed student organization with a focus on global education spent Spring Break at the Soltis Center in Costa Rica, conducting an engineering camp for middle-school students. Five students were all from Aggies for Global Education, one of the newest organizatio…


Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation, with Dr. Mark Weichold, Texas A&M at Qatar dean and CEO   Texas A&M University at Qatar celebrated its 10-year anniversary of engineering a world of difference at a gala event Sunday night at the Qatar National Conve…


Texas A&M Engineering is partnering with the country of Brazil in the Science Without Borders program, a large-scale scholarship program that is primarily funded by the Brazilian government. The program seeks to strengthen and expand the initiatives of science and technology, innovation and com…


Texas A&M University’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) was selected the Registered Student Organization of the Year by the Department of Student Activities. The award will be presented on April 1 during the All-University Awards Ceremony that will be held in Rudder Auditorium. EWB…


Dr. Ronnie Ward, TEES assistant research professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, was selected as a Fulbright Senior Scholar to do research on international software development teams during the 2011-2012 academic year. Ward worked with his host, Dr. Dwi Widyantoro, to teach…


Dr. Dimitris C. Lagoudas, the John and Bea Slattery Chair and head of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, has received the Texas A&M University Presidential Award of Excellence for Faculty Service to International Students. The award recognizes a faculty member who has made extraordinary e…