Coalition for Next Generation Life Science (CNGLS)
Texas A&M University is proud to be a member of the Coalition for Next Generation Life Science. Coalition members commit to collecting and publicly sharing data across a number of domains. The end objective is to increase transparency, improve training outcomes, and enhance recruitment and retention efforts aimed at diversifying the life sciences.*
At Texas A&M University, the following degrees are in the Life Sciences Category: Agronomy; Animal Science; Biochemistry; Ecology & Evolutionary Biology; Entomology; Ecosystem Science and Mgmt; Food Science & Technology; Genetics; Horticulture; Marine Biology; Molecular & Env Plant Sciences; Nutrition; Plant Breeding; Plant Pathology; Physiology of Reproduction; Soil Science; Pharmacy; Neuroscience; Oral Biology; Kinesiology; Medical Sciences; Biology; Marine Biology; Microbiology; Biomedical Sciences; and Toxicology.
1 Data from http://dars.tamu.edu
2 Data from CGS PhD Career Pathways Alumni Survey
3 Data from AAUDE Doctoral Exit Survey