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Sea Grant Program Event Celebrates a Decade of Investment in Oil Spill Science Research

Sep 21, 2020

The event, hosted by Sea Grant’s Oil Spill Science Outreach Program, will showcase the accomplishments of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative in Texas.

Two Texas students begin NOAA Ocean Acidification Graduate Research Fellowship

Sep 14, 2020

The fellowship program was created to develop ocean acidification researchers in the Gulf of Mexico, a region expected to experience increased ocean acidification in the future.

Texas Sea Grant Aquaculture Specialist Can Assist in Oyster Farming Permitting Process

Aug 26, 2020

Mario Marquez is ready to help oyster farmers build their businesses.

A Letter From Dean Debbie Thomas

Aug 26, 2020

"Sustainability requires a society that trusts science and embraces the talent of each and every member of our society," writes Dr. Debbie Thomas.

New Major Gift From Traci And Curtis Samford Establishes Geosciences Career Center

Aug 26, 2020

Turning dreams into reality for Texas A&M Geosciences, a gift from Traci ’11 and Curtis Samford ’83 will impact generations of geosciences students.

Remembering Gary Reynolds '88 '92

Aug 26, 2020

“Our thoughts are with his beloved family as we cherish his memory," said Geosciences Dean Dr. Debbie Thomas.

Texas A&M Storm Expert Says Texas At Peak Of Hurricane Season

Aug 26, 2020

Some experts believe storms are forming later in the season as the Earth continues to get hotter.

Under the Radar

Aug 24, 2020

Get an in-depth look at the history and future of the Aggie Doppler Radar.

Kathryn Shamberger Named Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar

Aug 19, 2020

The prestigious honor was awarded to the oceanography assistant professor for her innovative teaching.

Oceanography Graduate Students Receive Awards

Aug 19, 2020

The Department of Oceanography recently presented awards for teaching and research.

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