Former Student Excels In Education

Eunique Woods '14 has a passion for education that is as contagious as her joy, turning those around her into lifelong learners. Whether it's to camp or to class, she believes in creativity and fun, bringing a special liveliness each day. Read More

Galveston Campus Hosts Record-Breaking Career Fair

On March 28, the Office of Counseling, Career & Ability Services at Texas A&M University at Galveston hosted the Spring Career Fair, welcoming a record-breaking 123 employers to campus. The event filled the second floor of the Aggie Special Events Center, the largest event space on campus, with employers eager to work with students and graduates from A&M-Galveston. Read More

Students Give Back To Galveston With The Big Event

On March 23, students from Texas A&M University at Galveston volunteered for The Big Event, the largest student-run, single-day of volunteering in the nation. Read More

Former Student Making Waves In Conservation With Moody Gardens

Former student Jake Emmert '12, '15 sat down with bldg. 311 to talk about conservation, community, education and his role in the return of the Moody Gardens' conference Dive into The Gulf: An Exposition. Read More

Galveston Campus Lets The Good Times Roll

Texas A&M University at Galveston's 9th Annual Mardi Gras Parade Viewing Party was Saturday, February 10, hosted at and underwritten by the Tremont House, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. Read More

Health Fair Welcomes Student Health Resources To Campus

Raising awareness and accessibility for health and well-being resources is important for everyone, but particularly college-aged students. Read More

Cold Weather Poses Threat To Gulf Sea Turtles

As temperatures dropped earlier this week, many sea turtles found themselves struggling in the frigid water, some even stranded along the Texas coastline. Volunteers with the Gulf Center for Sea Turtle Research (GCSTR) braved subfreezing temperatures to surveil the beach and wade through the cold waters, searching for turtles in distress. Read More

Separating Seafaring Fact From Fiction In Netflix’s “Leave The World Behind”

In the first twenty minutes of Netflix's new movie, "Leave The World Behind," an oil tanker runs aground on the coast of Long Island in an area full of beachgoers. Read More

A Legacy Gift During The Giving Season

The Texas A&M Foundation recently celebrated the establishment of the David V. Aldrich Memorial Scholarship in Marine Ecology. Read More

Dr. Abbey Hotard Becomes First Marine And Coastal Management And Science Doctoral Graduate

Born and raised in Greater New Orleans and a self-described "Katrina kid," Dr. Abbey Hotard '19, '23, has a personal stake in the resilience of coastal communities. Read More