News and Announcements

2021 Distinguished Dissertation Award Winners


Doctoral students honored for making a significant contribution to their field of study

Texas A&M Announces 2021 Distinguished Graduate Student Awards


Texas A&M Announces 2021 Distinguished Graduate Student Awards
The awards honor outstanding contributions in research or teaching

Two Texas A&M Graduate Students Win Council of Southern Graduate Schools’ Master’s Thesis Awards for 2021


Courtney Kunselman from Materials Science and Engineering and Niti Tataria from Landscape and Urban Planning are honored for outstanding contributions to their fields.

“3+2” Programs Give Students a Boost


Accelerated degree programs offer students the opportunity to earn both bachelor's and master's degrees in five years.

Curriculum & Instruction Doctoral Student Wins 2020-2021 Three Minute Thesis Competition


Amin Davoodi Takes Home Both First Prize and People’s Choice For His Presentation On Robot-assisted Learning For Home-bound Students.​

Cerebral Scholars, Competent Communicators: Doctoral Students to Compete in Upcoming Texas A&M 2021 Three Minute Thesis Competition


3MT Finals Announcement

Fall 2020 Doctoral Commencement Student Speaker Shares His Unconventional Journey to a Ph.D.


Fall 2020 doctoral commencement student speaker Dale Weeks shares his unconventional journey to a Ph.D.

Texas A&M University to Establish a Graduate and Professional School


President Michael K. Young and Provost Carol A. Fierke have approved a proposal to transition the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) into a Graduate and Professional School (GPS), effective January 1, 2021. Dr. Karen L. Butler-Purry, the current Associate Provost for Graduate and Professional Studies, has been named Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate and Professional School.

Cantrell Family Creates Endowment in Honor of Late Contributor to Texas A&M Research Enterprise


Funds will be used to create scholarships for graduate students

First Generation Celebration: How One Aggie Student Went From First Gen To Ph.D.


Alaya Keane started college as a first-generation freshman in 2015 and now, as a Fulbright Scholar, is pursuing her doctorate.


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