September 2012

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Aug 2012 - July 2013

Sept 1- Oct 31
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Recent Appointments

Lineberger becomes head of Texas A&M horticulture department


Rosson named head of Texas A&M University department of agricultural economics


Recent Retirements

Dr. Ed Smith retires after 38-year Extension career

Awards & Achievements

Martha Couch to be inducted into National 4-H Hall of Fame


AgriLife Extension irrigation engineer receives national award Faculty Fellows


Naikare, Swinford elected to American College of Veterinary Microbiologists board


Texas A&M department head and scientist makes history


AgriLife Brands

AgriLife Agencies Now Include "A&M" in Names

Effective today, the agencies of the Texas A&M University System formally add "A&M" into their names. This effort, approved by the Texas A&M System Board of Regents, aligns the names of System entities across Texas. This unified branding allows us to capitalize on our close ties to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University as well as the strong land-grant tradition.

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New Logos and Branding


Genome Exhibit Opens At The Bush Library And Museum

Genome

Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Genome is a fascinating new exhibit that reveals "The Secret of How Life Works". The exhibit will be on display through July 5, 2013.
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Doug Steele named sole finalist for AgriLife Extension director

Doug Steele

Steele arrives today to serve as director. He was previously vice president for external relations and director of Extension at Montana State University.
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Molecular research goes through the roof with delivery of specialized NMR equipment

NMR

Top-notch molecular research swung into gear at Texas A&M University - literally. A high-field 800 megahertz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer was lowered through the roof of a biochemistry and biophysics building.
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Campaign launched to restore lost pines forest destroyed in Bastrop fire

Lost Pines

Nearing the one-year anniversary of the most destructive wildfire in Texas history, the Texas A&M Forest Service launched partnership to raise money to plant more than 4 million trees.
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Chancellor Sharp tours TVMDL facility in College Station

Sharp

Chancellor John Sharp got an up-close look at the vital work that TVMDL conducts every day to protect livestock, poultry and wildlife as well as companion, racing and exotic animals.
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