Grant helps students step out of their comfort
Posted on Tue 05/10/22
From climbing up the Himalayas to paragliding across the Western Ghats, graduate student Sachin Bansal has a sense of adventure that can’t be suppress...
Grant winner seeks to explore world history
Posted on Mon 05/09/22
As a passionate history major, Texas A&M University freshman Will Lourcey has a unique relationship with traveling. From reading the plaques posted at...
Aggie abroad runs half marathon in Denmark
Posted on Wed 04/27/22
After a month into her study abroad trip in Copenhagen, Denmark, Texas A&M student Elizabeth Weichel ran in the Copenhagen Half Marathon. Weichel’s pr...
Exchange students at the Houston Rodeo
Posted on Thu 04/21/22
From the sea of cowboy hats to the sweet aroma of funnel cake, Texas from all corners of the state are familiar with the sights and smells of the annu...
Irene Scott receives award from NAFSA
Posted on Fri 03/04/22
The Association of International Educators, or NAFSA, granted its inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in International Education Award for Regi...
An Aggie Ring Day to remember
Posted on Fri 02/25/22
While most Aggies commemorate Aggie Ring Day on campus, economics major Ashley Keeling received her ring while studying abroad in Prague, Czech Republ...
Three TAMU students awarded Gilman scholarship
Posted on Wed 12/15/21
Three Texas A&M University students will study abroad after recently receiving the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
PhD Student Global Advocate For Women In Science
Posted on Sun 11/21/21
Yasmin Quintana is paving the way for female scientists.
TAMU named 20-year top producer of Gilman Scholars
Posted on Tue 11/02/21
Texas A&M University has been recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for being a top 20 pro...