The True Value of a Texas A&M EducationOne scholarship made the difference for Adey Awah ’20. Howdy Ags, What is the true value of a Texas A&M University education? There are a few different ways to approach this question. You could take it literally and answer “the cost of tuition.” Or maybe you could think… Read More →
Dr. Mary Bryk and Dr. Gary Kunkel are back it again with coordinating a summer research experience for undergraduates who come from all over the United States. We hope they enjoy their experience and summer here with us at Texas A&M University! Maybe we’ll even get lucky and some will apply to our graduate program… Read More →
Isaac Esparza, senior undergraduate in the Entomology Department specializing in Forensic Investigative Sciences, won a golden medal for completing the LAUNCH undergraduate research scholar program for his research in the Kurouski Lab. Isaac is first author in his paper titled, “Surface-Enhanced Raman Analysis of Underlaying Colorants on Re-dyed Hair” and it was accepted in to… Read More →
Karissa Yamaguchi, graduating senior from Dr. Xiuren Zhang’s lab, was named one of two winners of the Brown-Rudder Award for 2019. The Brown Foundation-Earl Rudder Memorial Outstanding Student Award was established in 1970 as the highest honor bestowed upon a graduating senior at Texas A&M University. The award honors the outstanding senior student who exemplifies… Read More →
Alison Vicary, a BioBio senior undergraduate in Dr. Vishal Gohil’s lab, received this year’s Barry Goldwater Scholarship! This is the most prestigious, nationally competitive undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering in America. This award comes with $7,500 and was given to 496 college students from across the United States, with Alison being… Read More →
Karissa Yamaguchi is a Senior working under Dr. Xiuren Zhang and just received the University Outstanding Juniors Award! Both Karissa and Dr. Zhang attended a breakfast for the Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society at the University Club, where Karissa and other students were honored for their achievements. Congratulations Karissa! We’re all so proud of you!