Through the sponsorship of the Office of the Provost, the Office for Diversity, and the Office of the Dean of Faculties, Texas A&M University has re-joined the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) as an Institutional Member, which allows all faculty, postdocs, and graduate students access to NCFDD member resources at no cost
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Winners of 2018 3 Minute Thesis Competition
Texas A&M University English proficiency requirements for international graduate students to serve in teaching positions have recently been updated.
Specifically, beginning with summer 2017, English language proficiency certification will require English language proficiency only in the oral/speaking area.
Students admitted prior to summer 2017 who currently meet the new requirements listed below for certification will be updated in COMPASS by OGAPS by May 30, 2017 to reflect ELP Certification status. Once the update has taken place, advisors can confirm this update in COMPASS.
Texas A&M at Qatar recently launched the Graduate Student Association for TAMUQ graduate students and TAMU graduate students studying at Qatar.
Roughly two dozen undergraduate students from universities across the nation recently spent a few days at Texas A&M University as participants in the inaugural Aggie Science Graduate Discovery Days.
Twenty-two potential members of Texas A&M's fall 2017 graduate student body visited the campus August 3-5 as guests of the Texas A&M College of Science. The informal event, intended to increase underrepresented minority graduate student enrollment, was funded through the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) Innovative Recruiting Program.
An updated Thesis Manual has been released for use starting in Fall 2016. Click here to view the updated manual
The Texas A&M University Office of Graduate and Professional Studies offers a Dissertation Fellowship to support students in the dissertation phase of their degree program during the 2015-2016 academic year. This fellowship is intended to support doctoral students in the final analysis of the research topic and the final writing of the dissertation, and will be awarded to 10 students who will graduate by December 2016. Click here to view the Spring 2016 Dissertation Fellows.
Kristen Hicks, a PhD student from Nutrition and Food Science Department at Texas A&M University, participated in the Pathways to the Doctorate Symposium in Corpus Christ, October22-23-2015 where she was awarded a First Place Prize for her poster in the Ph.D. Life Sciences category, and a Second Place Prize overall for the Ph.D. Category. Her poster title was ‘Physical nutrition program (PNEP): Physician Opinion Survey'.