With Love From Across The Sea: Sailors’ Valentines

A 19th century sailor needing a gift for his loved one across the sea could find the perfect option in Barbados: a sailor's valentine. Read More

The Impact Of Black Friday: Q&A With Dr. Cassia Bomer Galvao

With the year's busiest buying season in full swing, bldg. 311 sat down with Dr. Cassia Bomer Galvao, an assistant professor in the Department of Maritime Business Administration, to talk about the impact of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the winter holiday season on the maritime industry. Read More

Aggie Interns Get Practical Policy Experience In Washington, DC

Over the summer, Garrett Cole ‘23 and Hope McFarlin ‘24 lived and worked in Washington, DC, as part of the Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP) through Texas A&M University. Read More

Former Student Bringing Change To The Museum World

In Denver, Colorado, Tanise Fox ’16 wants museums to be a place where visitors can "really feel" the items on display. She means that literally. Read More

Sea Camp Encourages Lifelong Learning

As the fall semester starts and summer comes to a close, faculty, staff and students alike are gearing up for the new school year. Read More

Association Of Former Students Awards Galveston Professor

On Friday, August 18, the Association of Former Students awarded Texas A&M University at Galveston Liberal Studies Professor Dr. Samuel Mark with the 2023 College-Level Teaching Award at the annual Academic Affairs Forum. Read More

Overcoming the Odds: Gema Garcia

Graduating from college is a momentous milestone, and most students face challenges on the path to their degree. Read More

Professors Help Bring History to Life

In April, the Galveston Historical Foundation (GHF), home to the 1877 Elissa, a square-rigged iron barque, welcomed a fleet of tall ships as they made their way across the Gulf of Mexico as part of Tall Ships America. Read More

Celebrating Juneteenth in Galveston

Juneteenth, observed annually on June 19, celebrates the emancipation of those enslaved in the United States. Read More

New Maritime Business Course for Cadets Aboard TS Kennedy

This summer, over 500 cadets will set sail on the TS Kennedy for the Texas A&M Maritime Academy’s annual summer sea term for license-option students and for the first time, students can take a maritime business administration course while on board. Read More