Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Newsletter
June 2012

What are your summer plans?

As we embark on our summer activities, I'd love to hear from you about your plans. With an exciting new crop of study abroad trips created just this year, numerous internship opportunities, and a whole host of research projects beginning, I know there are some incredible prospects for our faculty, staff and students' summer plans. And I'd love to hear about yours!Mark


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Congratulations Graduates!

 

With a record-breaking spring graduating class - totaling approximately 7,300 - for Texas A&M University, it's no surprise that the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences would be setting records of its own. This year, the Department of Entomology celebrated the largest graduating class in its history on May 11, 2012. To that, we say hats off to all our outstanding graduates and good luck in all you do!

 

Ask an Alum  

Randa Yezak

Owner of Southern Jewlz

College Station, Texas

 

As a 2009 graduate of animal science with a minor in business, Randa is one of our many former students who has gone on to big things in the business world. She now owns Southern Jewlz, a sassy Southern fashion boutique in College Station.

 

We recently caught up with Randa and garnered a few words of wisdom. Check out what she had to say!

 
Campus Voices: Sarah Coffey, agronomy 

 

When it comes to protecting the environment and finding solution for our future, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students are on the front lines. Senior Sarah Coffey, a successful, hard-working and committed agronomy major, hopes to do just that as she pursues a career to restore and preserve the environment in Texas.
 
Class of '62 Reunion 

 

In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the graduation of the Class of '62 from Texas A&M, alumni gathered in College Station April 19-22, 2012, to celebrate the occasion. In addition to being honored guests at the Campus Muster, the class enjoyed a full schedule of events and speakers for a complete and up-to-date view of A&M -- from the campus, the student body and the leadership.

 

Graduates from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences enjoyed a tour and reception right here in the new AgriLife Center. 

Upcoming Events

June 26
APLU National Convocation

June 27 - July 8
2012 Smithsonian Folklife Festival

June 29
Last Day of Summer
Session 1

July 3
First day of Summer Session 2

July 4
Independence Day Student/Staff Holiday

Making Headlines

Student News

 

Graduate student recognized for excellence in teaching

Ph. D. Student Receives Gramm Fellowship Award

H.G. Buffett Foundation Chair on Conflict & Development Announces New Student Media Grants Program

Faculty and Staff News
 

Wu named Distinguished Professor

Lupton's Nutrition Work Brings Recognition To Texas A&M, But There's More Work On Her Plate

Texas A&M University distinguished professor selected prestigious Piper Professor

Texas A&M Engineering honors faculty

Dominican Republic Aggie Named Outstanding International Alumnus

Patranella, Zacek, Abele inducted into Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry

National Awards Highlight Cutting-Edge Research From Texas A&M Junior Faculty

Davies heads to Indonesia on Fulbright Fellowship

Distinguished Texans in Agriculture
 

Jerry Harris

Bob Turner

E.M. "Manny" Rosenthal

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About us

At the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, improving health and wellbeing is a way of life. We are dedicated to making a positive impact on the world and are working hard to shape a better tomorrow.

 

Our goals:

  • Feeding Our World
  • Protecting Our Environment
  • Improving Our Health
  • Enriching Our Youth
  • Growing Our Economy

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