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  • TAMUHack Puts Students at Forefront of Innovation
    - | 13 Oct 2014
    TAMUHack is a new student organization dedicated to bridging the gap between formal coding classes and innovative ideas by providing students with all levels of experience and ability the opportunity to work on real-world projects. TAMUHack will host the “Lone Star Hackathon” October 24-25. “A hackathon is not about hacking,” the TAMUHack website (http://tamuhack.com) explains. […]
  • Undergraduate Research Ambassadors’ Research Pays Off
    - | 06 Oct 2014
    Undergraduate Research Ambassadors Victoria Ehlinger ’14 and Jeremy Seidel ’14 have recently been honored as part of the first-place chemical engineering research team in the 2014 Odebrecht Award for Sustainable Development and will share in the $40K prize. Both Ehlinger and Seidel were part of the inaugural cohort of the program which was conceived as […]
  • Architecture School: Integrated Education
    - | 29 Sep 2014
    Students in the University Honors Program are encouraged to think about how their unique intersection of interest and ability match up to the big challenges facing our world. In their ePortfolios, Honors Students are asked to reflect on how their course work and extra-curricular activities are helping to prepare them to engage those challenges, now […]
  • Aaron Griffin Awarded COALS Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Undergraduate Research
    - | 15 Sep 2014
    University Scholar Aaron Griffin, ’16, was recently awarded the 2014 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Undergraduate Research, one of the highest honors presented by the college to faculty, staff, and students. Griffin, a biochemistry and genetics double-major, was notified in May that he had been nominated by the Department […]