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Transforming Education Transforming the World

Rooted in our land-grant mission, we have a deep commitment to applying our work to real problems and practical solutions. We feel a responsibility to provide intelligence, aid and hope to people around the world—in a variety of fields. As a result, we are leaders in accessibility and successful outcomes for all students.

Rebuilding Rwanda

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is partnering with Engineering World Health to offer students the opportunity to participate in an intensive study abroad program in Rwanda, where they will develop technologies that address critical issues, and provide desperately needed medical equipment.

An Ocean of Opportunity

Harnessing the power of the ocean’s wind and hydrokinetic energy can produce up to 30 megawatts (MW) of energy, enough to power a small town. Our researchers are applying the designs of an offshore wind turbine to generate infinitely renewable, no waste or carbon emission energy.

High Water Marks

Through the 40 Gallon Challenge program, The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension has provided water education to 89 Texas counties with a program that calls residents and businesses to reduce the region’s average water use by 40 gallons per household each day.

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Tricks of the Trade

Large amplitude rolling motion makes large container ships extremely unstable and vulnerable to accidents, machinery failure, structural damage and capsizing.

That’s why we developed the Marine Dynamics Laboratory (MDL) Suite, a series of software programs that predict the probability and likelihood of this phenomenon, and protect the $4 trillion of cargo transported annually.

#1 Best College for Veterans

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#1 in academic excellence, research, and service to the nation

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Top 10 Best Colleges in The South

Best Colleges for Your Money 2017, Money Magazine

#2 Best Value School

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Top 25 in top public schools

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We recently opened the new Human Clinical Research Facility (HCRF), which will be a home to some of the world’s leading research and education in human health, performance, nutrition and well-being.


Mechanical Engineering major Tyler Wooton decided to change lives with his newly acquired 3-D printing skills. By creating a three-dimensional, tactile map with braille, he made it easier for the visually impaired to orient themselves on campus.


Freshwater mussels provide a service to the ecosystem as filter feeders, and we’re addressing their threatened extinction by conducting research that will improve water quality statewide. Our goal is to save the mussel population while keeping our Texas water systems clean.


We’re teaming up with the Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity and lending a hand to local families. From filling flower pots all the way to raising $55,000 for those in need, no act is too big or too small for us Aggies.


Legislation crafted by School of Law professor Thomas W. Mitchell will provide enhanced property protections, working towards turning the tides against gentrification and property losses affecting poor and minority communities nationwide.

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