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Follow Geosciences Dean Debbie Thomas On IODP Expedition 378

Dec 19, 2019

The NSF-funded expedition sails Jan. 3 - March 4, 2020.

December 2019 Graduates Recognized With Awards And Honors

Dec 19, 2019

The College of Geosciences graduation celebration was held Dec. 13.

Six LAUNCH Undergraduate Research Scholars Designated as Texas Sea Grant Scholars

Dec 19, 2019

Texas Sea Grant has funded six undergraduate research scholars at Texas A&M University and Texas A&M University at Galveston.

Oyster Fishery First To Receive Sustainability Certification With Texas Sea Grant Support

Dec 19, 2019

With the help of Texas Sea Grant, Prestige Oyster's Inc. became the first private oyster fishery in the America to achieve certification from the Marine Stewardship Council.

Geography Graduate Student Wins Award In 3-Minute Thesis Competition

Dec 19, 2019

After competing against graduate students from across campus, Crockett Walter won the People’s Choice Award.

Geology Graduate Attributes Success to Faculty and High-Impact Experiences

Dec 16, 2019

When Michael Martinez ’19 arrived at the Texas A&M campus in the fall of 2018, he had no idea that three semesters later he would be graduating with hands-on research experience from both the lab and the field.

From Airborne Research To Mapping Fires, Graduating Aggie Reflects On Her NASA Summers

Dec 12, 2019

Graduating meteorology senior Ariana Castillo ’19 worked as a NASA intern for two consecutive summers while completing her degree.

Applications Open For Summer 2020 Observing The Ocean REU Program

Dec 12, 2019

The application deadline for the 2020 Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is Feb. 17, 2020.

Geography Graduate Student Selected For AAG-UCGIS Summer Program

Dec 10, 2019

Funded by NSF, Andong Ma was one of 35 participants selected to attend a week-long summer program focused on the latest advances in cyber GIS and geospatial data science.

High-School Rover Drivers: Students Completed Simulated Mars Mission, Thanks To Texas A&M

Dec 10, 2019

A rover-driving learning experience for students at Houston's Waltrip High School was made possible by Texas A&M Geology and Geophysics, along with Mission Control, Inc., NASA, and the Canadian Space Agency.

Korty And NSF-Funded Team Studying Hurricane Risk Prediction In A Changing Climate

Dec 9, 2019

Texas A&M and Texas A&M Galveston researchers will be part of a team using historical and long-term reconstructions of hurricane activity in the western North Atlantic to ultimately improve hurricane preparedness and resilience.

2020 Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowship Now Open

Dec 5, 2019

Applications to the 2020 Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowship are due Jan. 17, 2020. The nine fellowship positions start in Aug. 2020 at various host offices across the United States.

Ping Yang Selected As AAAS Fellow

Nov 26, 2019

Texas A&M Geosciences Interim Associate Dean for Research and atmospheric scientist Dr. Ping Yang will receive the 2019 honor from AAAS for his extraordinary achievements.

Life On ‘Mars’: Ewing Leads Aggie Team In Iceland, Conducting Research For NASA

Nov 26, 2019

Dr. Ryan Ewing, two Texas A&M students and one postdoctoral researcher conducted research for three weeks on Mars-like terrain in Iceland to test rover technology for NASA’s Mars 2020 mission and to study how the planet evolved over time.

Up, Up, And Away

Nov 25, 2019

Learn about a familiar annual sight on the Texas A&M campus: the Geography 213 blimp.

Graduate Students Receive Geological Society of America’s Medlin Award

Nov 25, 2019

Michelle Chrpa and Samuel Neely make Department of Geology and Geophysics history, as this is the first time that both Antoinette Lierman Medlin Research Awards have been awarded to students in the same department.

Berg-Hughes Center Hosts 10th Anniversary Celebration and Research Symposium

Nov 25, 2019

The Berg-Hughes Center for Petroleum and Sedimentary Systems recently celebrated a decade of cutting-edge research.

Undergraduates Gain Valuable Experience In Summer Research Course

Nov 19, 2019

Julia Reece provided geology and geophysics undergraduate students valuable, hands-on laboratory experience in her summer research class.

Meteorology Undergraduates Maintain NASA Research Instrument

Nov 18, 2019

The NASA disdrometer will be used to investigate rainfall in the region.

College Of Geosciences At Texas A&M Establishes Trimble Technology Lab

Nov 14, 2019

Officially opened Nov. 14, the state-of-the-art Trimble Technology Lab was made possible by a significant gift from Trimble to the College of Geosciences.

Now Accepting Applications To Sea Grant Marine Policy Fellowship

Nov 7, 2019

The application is open for the National Sea Grant College Program 2021 John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, a yearlong paid fellowship in the Washington, D.C. area.

Oceanography Graduate Students Attended the International GEOTRACES Summer School

Nov 5, 2019

Oceanography graduate students Nathan Lanning and Janelle Steffen attended the week-long International GEOTRACES Summer School held in Cadiz, Spain.

NSF-Funded Texas A&M Study Working To Reduce Flash Flood Fatalities

Nov 5, 2019

Texas A&M Geography’s Lei Zou is on the team of scientists analyzing flash flood impacts.

Cynthia Lyle Appointed As Texas Sea Grant Senior Associate Director And Extension Leader

Nov 4, 2019

The new senior associate director and extension leader is "eager to build upon the organization's successes."

Texas A&M Student Veteran Receives Prestigious Department of Defense Fellowship

Nov 4, 2019

With the support of a DoD Fellowship, graduate student Luis Martinez will supervise a team of undergraduates and graduates from around the university, as they develop the technology needed for mapping dangerous, subterranean environments.

Texas A&M GIS Day Promotes Geospatial Skills And Careers Nov. 11-13

Nov 1, 2019

GIS Day at Texas A&M features a career fair, industry panel, workshops and networking events.

Graduate Student Attended Urbino Summer School In Paleoclimatology

Oct 30, 2019

Danielle Schimmenti traveled to Italy for the 3-week intensive course.

New Honors And New Heroes: Distinguished Geoscientists Inspire Students At Annual Awards

Oct 29, 2019

Four remarkable geoscientists were recognized Oct. 11 at the College of Geosciences’ annual awards gala.

Summer Field Camps Continue Providing Valuable Experiential Learning Experiences

Oct 29, 2019

This summer the Department of Geology and Geophysics travel and stationary field camp courses provided impactful, real-world experiences for undergraduates.

Texas A&M Professor Collected Unique Data With Mobile LIDAR During Storm Chase

Oct 28, 2019

Tim Logan sought out aerosol interactions with convective thunderstorms using CACE LIDAR.

New Tornado Casualty Analysis Will Improve Future Predictions

Oct 28, 2019

Texas A&M Geography’s Tyler Fricker recently published research providing insights into where tornado casualty rates are highest and how to improve casualty prediction models.

Texas Just Experienced Its Warmest September Ever

Oct 25, 2019

John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas A&M Regents Professor and Texas State Climatologist, discusses the record-breaking Texas temperatures of September 2019.

Learning Environmental Policy First-Hand: Aggie Grad Interned At EPA

Oct 23, 2019

Meteorology graduate Lucero Marquez ’19 spent the summer working for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Restaurants Partner with Texas Sea Grant, Texas State Aquarium, Audubon Aquarium to Promote Sustainable Seafood

Oct 22, 2019

This new partnership helps promote local and sustainable seafood.

Watch: The International Laboratory For High-Resolution Earth System Prediction

Oct 18, 2019

The iHESP lab seeks to develop a new advanced modeling framework for high-resolution multiscale Earth System predictions.

Scott Gifford Awarded Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists Foundation Scholarship

Oct 17, 2019

Gifford is a graduate student in the Department of Geology and Geophysics.

Mars Once Had Salt Lakes Similar To Earth

Oct 16, 2019

Marion Nachon, geology and geophysics postdoctoral research associate, co-authored study finding that Mars has undergone wet and dry periods.

Baldauf Named Texas A&M Associate VP For Research, Yang Serving As Interim Associate Dean For Research

Oct 9, 2019

Jack Baldauf will serve as senior associate vice president for research at Texas A&M, and Ping Yang will serve as the College of Geosciences’ interim associate dean for research.

Aggie Professor Completes His 18th Antarctic Expedition

Oct 7, 2019

Dr. Andrew Klein Takes Part In An NSF-funded Research Excursion.

Graduate Student Conducted Tropical Convection Field Work in Costa Rica For Two Months

Oct 7, 2019

As part of the Organization of Tropical East Pacific Convection 2019 field campaign, Lidia Huaman-Chuquihuaccha spent two months collecting data.

Texas A&M Student Veteran Interned In NASA Pathways Pilot Program

Oct 7, 2019

Atmospheric sciences and oceanography student Lance Belobrajdic ‘21 was one of nine interns selected for the 2019 NASA Pathways Pilot Program.

New Water Insecurity Scale Provides Critical Data

Oct 4, 2019

Texas A&M Geography’s Jepson co-authored new research quantifying experiences of household water insecurity in an equivalent way across low- and middle-income countries.

President Young Tours JOIDES Resolution During Rare IODP Stateside Port Call

Oct 2, 2019

The internationally renowned research drill ship is operated by Texas A&M, for the NSF-funded International Ocean Discovery Program.

Julia Reece Named Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar

Oct 1, 2019

The Geology and Geophysics assistant professor was awarded the prestigious award for impactful teaching.

Texas A&M Study: Humankind Never Co-Existed With A High-Carbon-Dioxide Atmosphere Until 1965

Sep 25, 2019

Texas A&M Oceanography’s Yige Zhang co-authored a new study that shows Earth’s carbon dioxide atmospheric concentrations averaged 230 parts per million for 2.5 million years; today’s levels are about 410 parts per million.

Texas Sea Grant Welcomes New Extension Agents For Matagorda And Calhoun Counties

Sep 24, 2019

Nicole Pilson and R.J. Shelly are the newest coastal and marine resources extension agents to join Texas Sea Grant.

Casellas Connors Conducting NSF-Funded Human-Wildlife Interaction Research

Sep 18, 2019

The recently awarded NSF grant will fund a research team studying white-tailed deer populations and management.

Texas A&M Geosciences Announces 2019 Distinguished Achievement Awards

Sep 12, 2019

The awards will be presented to four outstanding geoscientists at the Distinguished Achievement Awards Gala Oct. 11.

Three Geosciences Faculty Named Center Directors

Sep 12, 2019

Each of the centers is conducting critical research and is housed within the College of Geosciences.

Julie Newman Appointed Geology And Geophysics Department Head

Sep 10, 2019

She began serving as department head Sept. 1, 2019.

Luckily, Hurricanes Like Dorian Are Very Rare

Sep 4, 2019

Dr. Robert Korty offers analysis on Hurricane Dorian and worldwide trends in hurricane intensities.

Geography Researchers Analyze The Past With Cave Stalagmites

Sep 4, 2019

Undergraduate students have helped study calcite in caves to evaluate Southern Great Plains climatology.

Jessica Fitzsimmons Awarded Early-Career Research Fellowship By National Academies Gulf Research Program

Sep 3, 2019

The Texas A&M Oceanography assistant professor is one of twenty scientists awarded 2019 Early-Career Research Fellowships by the National Academies Gulf Research Program.

National Academy of Sciences President Marcia McNutt Receives Honorary Degree From Texas A&M

Sep 3, 2019

The College of Geosciences hosted McNutt’s visit and Aug. 9 public presentation.

Texas A&M Team Finds New Ways For Coral Reef Ecosystems To Grow

Aug 30, 2019

Researchers examined particulate organic matter and how it affects declining coral reefs in Hawaii.

Tailgate With Geosciences Oct. 12

Aug 29, 2019

Don’t miss our annual all-college tailgate in Aggieland!

AMS Awards Honor Texas A&M Atmospheric Sciences And Oceanography Faculty, Former Students

Aug 29, 2019

The scientists’ major contributions to science and public safety were commended.

$350-Million NSF Agreement Extends Texas A&M Leadership Of IODP Ship Operations

Aug 26, 2019

NSF has awarded management and operations of the research drillship to Texas A&M through 2024.

Andrew Dessler Named 2019 AGU Fellow

Aug 19, 2019

Atmospheric sciences professor and climate change expert honored with prestigious recognition.

Regents Approve Dudley J. Hughes ’51 Microscopy Learning Laboratory Naming

Aug 16, 2019

Aug. 8, The Texas A&M System Board of Regents officially approved naming the lab, which was funded by a generous gift from Mrs. Robbie W. Hughes.

My GeoX Story: One Aggie’s Transformational Experiences At GeoX

Aug 15, 2019

Marissa Rene Castillo ’20 shares how GeoX — the College of Geosciences’ week-long summer camp for high school students — changed her life, gave her a place to belong, and helped her find her passion.

Texas A&M And FSU Researchers Find Depleted Seamounts Near Hawaii Recovering After Decades Of Federal Protection

Aug 13, 2019

Dr. Brendan Roark co-authored game-changing research on the Hawaiian-Emperor Seamount Chain.

Howard Trough Named In Honor Of Late Texas A&M Oceanography Researcher Matthew K. Howard

Aug 6, 2019

Underwater feature in the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary has officially been named after Dr. Matthew K. Howard.

Second ‘Under the Sea’ Camp Helps Local Children Learn Ocean Sciences

Aug 4, 2019

Texas A&M Oceanography faculty and other researchers hosted the second annual summer camp.

Jepson Promotes Water Insecurity Education With DEPTH Exhibit

Aug 2, 2019

The 3-month-long exhibit premiered at the Michigan Science Center in June.

New Global Water Map Could Predict Flood Events

Jul 30, 2019

Texas A&M Geography’s Dr. George Allen helped develop the MERIT Hydro global map, using complex algorithms to determine the shape of millions of Earth’s rivers, lakes and canals.

Texas A&M GERG Data Fuels Storm Prediction Efforts In The Gulf

Jul 11, 2019

The TABS off-shore system of buoys run by GERG and funded by the Texas General Land Office provides life-saving data during hurricane season.

GeoX 2019: A Scientific Summer To Remember

Jul 11, 2019

GeoX, the College of Geosciences' Exploration Summer Program, hosts 60 high school students each summer.

Student Success Center Planned For Geosciences

Jun 27, 2019

Beginning Fall 2019, the college is amplifying its student success efforts by launching several new major initiatives.

Hal Schade ’67 Gift Funds 4-Day Research Cruise For Oceanography Students

Jun 26, 2019

Conducting research around the clock, Aggies experienced being on an at-sea science team.

Five Weeks At Sea: Geosciences Junior Conducts Research On Pacific Expedition

Jun 25, 2019

Mia Self dove 2,500 meters deep in HOV ALVIN during a NSF-funded research cruise, led by a Texas A&M Oceanography professor.

Texas Sea Grant Awards Nearly $50 Thousand to 20 Graduate Students for Research

Jun 24, 2019

Graduate students across the Texas A&M University System were awarded funding through the Grants-In-Aid of Graduate Research Program.

Ethan Grossman Named AAAS Fellow

Jun 24, 2019

Geology and geophysics professor was officially inducted as an AAAS Fellow.

Jane and Bill Thomas Give $3 Million, Endow The Field Camp Experience

Jun 19, 2019

Generations of students will benefit from this high-impact learning experience, thanks to Aggies’ gift.

Launching Weather Balloons And Training Future Meteorologists: Meet Montana Etten-Bohm

Jun 18, 2019

The Atmospheric Sciences graduate student was recently awarded a Teaching-As-Research Fellowship from Texas A&M.

Nick Perez Receives NSF CAREER Award

Jun 18, 2019

With prestigious award, Perez will research mountain building and provide students with international high-impact learning experiences.

Texas A&M Meteorology Student Captures Unique Campus Photos

Jun 17, 2019

“Ice cream” photo by Stephen Thomas ’22 caught the O&M Building at a rare angle.

Texas A&M Scientists Develop Crucial, Multiscale Oil Spill Model

Jun 13, 2019

Supported by the BP-funded Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, new computer model covers scales from droplets to oceans, to predict how future oil spills would travel in the Gulf.

Geosciences 2019 Hurricane Experts Guide

Jun 11, 2019

Texas A&M geoscientists are available to offer scientific analysis and expertise to media during the 2019 hurricane season.

Study: Severe Air Pollution Can Cause Birth Defects, Deaths

May 28, 2019

Research co-authored by Dr. Renyi Zhang shows that breathing polluted air can result in numerous problems for pregnant women.

Klein Conducting Antarctic Research Aboard NSF Ship

May 17, 2019

Diving in never-before dived sites, scientists are investigating declining macroalgae communities.

From The Southern Ocean: Tales From Orsi-Led Antarctic Expedition

May 16, 2019

Texas A&M Oceanography’s Dr. Alejandro Orsi has been leading a 40-day, NSF-funded research expedition in the Southern Ocean.

Finding Bigger Shrimp to Fry: Massive Asian Tiger Shrimp Caught

May 13, 2019

This Asian tiger shrimp was caught in the Gulf of Mexico and measures at over a foot long!

Giardino Named A Piper Professor Of 2019

May 13, 2019

The prestigious honor recognizes outstanding educators in Texas universities.

NASA-Funded Research Led By Bowman Using ER-2 Featured In Science

May 12, 2019

NASA’s ER-2 high-altitude research aircraft will be used to investigate the summertime stratosphere during the Dynamics and Chemistry of the Summer Stratosphere project.

Aggie’s Weather Radio Show Helped Local Community Be Weather-Aware

May 10, 2019

Graduating senior Joseph Trujillo ’19 recorded daily weather forecasts for a local Spanish radio station while earning a double degree in meteorology and Spanish.

Trailblazing Oceanography Grad Will Be Ocean Educator In Florida Keys

May 10, 2019

This May, Victoria Scriven ’19 will be one of the first two Aggies to graduate with an undergraduate degree in oceanography.

Texas A&M Oceanography Honors Dr. David Brooks Upon His Retirement

May 9, 2019

After more than 41 years in the Department of Oceanography, Dr. David Brooks announced his retirement.

Leaf Fossils, What Can You Tell Us From The Past?

May 7, 2019

Oceanography’s Dr.Yige Zhang and Daianne Höfig are studying CO2 variations 15 million years ago based on leaf fossils from Clarkia Lake in northwest Idaho.

Graduating Aggie Conquers Adversity: From High School Dropout To Deputy Corps Commander

May 6, 2019

Veteran Ennis Rios’ hard work earned him a coveted leadership position and a geography degree.

From Faults To Fossils, Geology Undergraduates Journey On Unforgettable Trip

May 3, 2019

Geology students participated in a multi-state field trip, obtaining invaluable research skills over Spring Break.

Wendy Jepson Awarded Inaugural University Professorship

May 1, 2019

Geography professor is one of five Texas A&M faculty members to receive this honor.

Brian Balta Honored With Aggies Celebrate Teaching Award

May 1, 2019

Senior student nominated Balta for his transformational teaching in the Department of Geology and Geophysics.

Nowotarski Awarded NOAA Grant To Study Tornadoes

Apr 30, 2019

Dr. Christopher Nowotarski will lead a NOAA-funded study analyzing tornadoes occurring within the outer rainbands of landfalling tropical storms and hurricanes.

Saito Develops New Methodology For Retrieving Microphysical Cloud Properties

Apr 30, 2019

Dr. Masanori Saito’s work was recently featured in Earth and Space Science News.

Meet Samantha Thorpe, New Oceanography And Atmospheric Sciences Academic Advisor

Apr 29, 2019

Texas A&M Geosciences welcomes new advisor to the college.

Hiroko Kitajima Receives NSF CAREER Award

Apr 17, 2019

With prestigious CAREER award, Kitmajima will conduct subduction zone research and continue helping students get hands-on research experiences.

Oceanography Graduate Students Honored With 2019 Awards

Apr 8, 2019

Prajvala Kurtakoti won the ‘John Wormuth Memorial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching’ and Laramie Jensen won the 'Chapman Award for Graduate Research’.

Kristen Thyng Receives Aggies Celebrate Teaching Award

Apr 8, 2019

The Aggies Celebrate Teaching Award honors Thyng for her excellent and transformational teaching.

Geosciences Students Study Abroad in Costa Rica

Apr 5, 2019

Dr. Oliver Frauenfeld led a study abroad field trip in March 2019 to the Texas A&M Soltis Center as part of a capstone course.

Symposium to Highlight Coastal and Ocean Science

Apr 2, 2019

The Inaugural Texas Sea Grant Research Symposium "Coastal & Ocean Science at Work for Texans" showcases current research. All are invited to attend.

Is The ITC Incident Affecting Galveston Bay? Texas A&M Scientists Analyze Initial Samples

Mar 28, 2019

During regularly-scheduled sampling March 23 at several sites in Galveston Bay, Texas A&M Oceanography researchers observed abnormal water conditions; toxicity data from water samples will be available after April 8.

Texas A&M Oceanographers On 30-Day Pacific Expedition Will Be Featured On BBC Blue Planet Live March 27-28

Mar 28, 2019

Dr. Jason B. Sylvan is serving as chief scientist for the NSF-funded research cruise studying East Pacific Rise hydrothermal vent ecosystems, with three Texas A&M Aggies also aboard.

Xu Awarded SPRINT Grant

Mar 12, 2019

The Atmospheric Sciences faculty was awarded a Texas A&M SPRINT grant to conduct a pilot international research project.

Orsi To Serve As Chief Scientist On 40-Day GO-SHIP Antarctic Expedition

Mar 8, 2019

From April 3 to May 12, Dr. Alejandro Orsi will lead an international team of scientists aboard the R/V Thomas G. Thompson to re-occupy the I6S line of the Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigation Program (GO-SHIP) from South Africa to Antarctica.

Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Students Win Awards for Best Graduate Student Presentations

Mar 7, 2019

Hedanqui Bai and Matthew Brown won awards for the best graduate student presentations for the 2018 spring and fall semester Graduate Student Seminar Series.

Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Student Wins Poster Award

Mar 1, 2019

Chris Siu won a poster award at the American Meteorological Society 20th annual Middle Atmosphere Conference.

Helping Aggies Jump-Start Careers: Mike And Debbie Dishberger Endow Scholarships

Feb 26, 2019

Former students’ $1 million gift is helping students for generations to come.

JPL And Texas A&M Sign Memorandum Of Understanding

Feb 25, 2019

The College of Geosciences is part of the agreement, which calls for research collaboration, to support goals for NASA and the U.S. in space science and exploration.

Oceanography Graduate Makes Waves In Colloid Research, And Now At Texas Sea Grant

Feb 22, 2019

Kimber De Salvo’s iron colloid research is at “the cutting edge of trace metal oceanography today.”

Two Geography Faculty Awarded Texas A&M Research Grants

Feb 20, 2019

Dr. George Allen and Dr. Inci Güneralp will lead PESCA-supported research projects.

Meteorology And Oceanography Students Awarded 1000 Year Scholarship

Feb 13, 2019

The inaugural scholarships were “a fantastic way to support education in the MetOcean community.”

Atmospheric Sciences Students Win Poster Awards

Feb 8, 2019

Matthew Brown and Montana Etten-Bohm recently won poster awards at two conferences.

A Letter From The Dean

Feb 7, 2019

Read about Dr. Debbie Thomas’ vision for the future of the College of Geosciences.

Meet Gary Reynolds ’88, Geosciences Senior Director Of Development

Feb 6, 2019

The College of Geosciences is proud to have Reynolds on its team.

College of Geosciences Invites Aspiring Students And Families To Aggieland Saturday Feb. 9

Feb 1, 2019

All prospective students and families are welcome at this campus-wide event.

Aggie’s Plastic-Reducing Idea Is Taking Him To Super Bowl 53, Thanks To PepsiCo

Jan 31, 2019

Hayden Smith’s innovative idea to reduce plastic waste was chosen in a nationwide competition.

Geology & Geophysics Department Holiday Party January 2019

Jan 30, 2019

The Department of Geology and Geophysics celebrated the holidays and the beginning of 2019 at the annual Department Holiday party.

Undergraduates Invited To Apply For 2019 Research Experience Undergraduate (REU) program for Ocean Research

Jan 24, 2019

The application deadline for the 2019 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is Feb. 19.

Debbie Thomas Appointed Dean Of The College Of Geosciences

Jan 15, 2019

“Her scholarship is recognized globally in areas of particular strength and importance” for Texas A&M, says provost.

Texas Sea Grant Welcomes New Extension Agent

Jun 19, 2018

Jointly appointed with Texas Sea Grant and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Nikki Fitzgerald is Chambers and Jefferson counties’ new coastal and marine resources extension agent

Texas Sea Grant Welcomes New Planning Research Associate

Jun 5, 2018

Matt Malecha will work with the Community Resilience Collaborative and evaluate how plan documents and policies work together to help improve resilience.

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