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What are College Seniors Looking for as They Enter the Distribution Field?

Finding the best ways to bring young talent into a distributor’s workforce is often a top concern when MDM surveys our audience about leading workplace issues. At PTDA’s recent Industry Summit in Austin, Texas, attendees ...
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College of Engineering graduate program’s Research Labs day

Howdy, My name is Tirth Dave. I am a committee member helping with organizing College of Engineering graduate program's Research Labs day. Research Labs Day serves as an opportunity for national and private labs to engage with ...
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RELLIS Campus is an Exciting Project for Texas A&M, This Community

In the dark days of World War II, hundreds of patriotic young American men learned to fly at the Bryan Army Air Base. The base closed at the end of the war and, except for ...
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Texas A&M Yell Leaders Announce 2019-2020 Head Yell Leader

Karsten Lowe, class of 2020, will serve as Head Yell Leader. By Sam Peshek, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications The Texas A&M University Yell Leaders have announced that Karsten Lowe, a senior ...
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Governor Names Three Business Executives to Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appointed three new members to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Friday. Jay Graham, Mike Hernandez and Michael J. Plank will replace Charles W. Schwartz, Tony Buzbee and ...
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A Colorful New Look on Life

Colorblind Fish Camp co-chair surprised with special glasses After spending a camp session surrounded by colorful t-shirts and campers, a color blind Fish Camp counselor truly has a new outlook on life. Counselors of Camp ...
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Combining Education and Community – Way to Go Dr. Natrajarathinam

Dr. Malini Natarajarathinam has been chosen to be one of the “20 Under 40” standout engineering and engineering technology faculty. In the May/June 2018 issue, The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE’s) flagship magazine, Prism honors ...
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An Intern Success Story

The Houston Electric League (HEL) provides internships/scholarships through their various member companies for 10 to 20 ID students per year. The HEL recently featured Matthew Piccolo ’19 as an HEL Intern Success Story (story below).
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WHOOP! Congratulations to Nicholas Roberts

An ID Major and Talent Incubator Program student, Nicholas Roberts ’20, won the Texas A&M Collegiate Sales Competition this past weekend (photo below). Congratulations!
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Texas A&M releases depth chart for 2018 opener against Northwestern State

The first SEC team to hit the field for the 2018 regular season will be Texas A&M on Aug. 30. The Aggies are scheduled to face Northwestern State in a game that will air nationally ...
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New Engineering Masters Program Promotes Career Advancement

With the goal of providing softer skills for career advancement, the College of Engineering is creating a new online degree program starting in Fall of 2018. The Master of Engineering Technical Management is an online ...
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A Talent Incubator Student and ID Major, Mruthyunjayan “Jay” Thiagarajan and his team won the Aggies Invent Competition

Jay Thiagarajan and his team participated and won the EnMed Aggies Invent 2019 which is hosted by Texas A&M and the College of Engineering. The EnMed program is an integrated educational and research medical program ...
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Texas A&M Corps Of Cadets Announces 2019-2020 Leadership

Thirteen students representing four states and nine Texas cities will assume Corps roles that include Corps Commander and Aggie Band Commander. By Amy Thompson, Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets The Corps of Cadets—the largest, ...
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