It's Time For Texas A&M
#1 It's Time for Healthcare to Get Down to Business1 of 9
Selfless service, a core value of Texas A&M, inspired world-renowned researcher Dr. Leonard Berry to immerse himself in the culture and systems of the Mayo Clinic, emerging with practical, business-driven solutions to help our nation's doctors and healthcare workers.
#2 It's Time to See for Yourself2 of 9
As a major land-, sea- and space-grant university, Texas A&M has an extraordinary opportunity and responsibility to create and maintain a campus climate that affirms diversity of thought, background, ethnicity, and perspective.
#3 It's Time for Great Discoveries3 of 9
At Texas A&M, brilliant minds have the time to explore, test and advance, allowing their insatiable curiosity to uncover marvels others cannot imagine. Dr. David Lee, the second Nobel laureate in four years to join Texas A&M Physics, exemplifies that spirit.
#4 It's Time for Sharp Solutions4 of 9
Texas A&M University has a clear vision — developing practical solutions to real world problems. Computer Science and Engineering Professor Jyh-Charn Liu is working to prevent blindness caused by diabetic retinopathy.
#5 A Time to Save5 of 9
Excellence is not just a Texas A&M core value to Dr. Robin Murphy, professor of computer science and engineering. It's a force she demonstrated in numerous search-and-rescue missions and in her research contributions in rescue engineering.
#6 It's Time to Quench a Nation's Thirst6 of 9
Texas A&M’s branch campus in Qatar is providing the research, education and innovation needed by the government agencies, public authorities and industrial companies assembled to address critical water and energy issues.
#7 A Time to Heal7 of 9
Blending humanity with science, Dr. James Sacchettini, professor of biochemistry and biophysics, is combining structural biology with computational drug discovery to rapidly and cost-effectively discover new drugs by screening thousands of compounds at a time.
#8 A Time to Serve8 of 9
Selfless service is a core value shared by the faculty and students of Texas A&M. Started by Aggies in 1982; The Big Event is now the largest one-day student-run service project in the nation - nearly 13,000 Aggies participated this year.
#9 Teaching the World to Fish9 of 9
Just in Time. The expertise of Texas A&M Geosciences researcher Will Heyman with support from the UN, the NSF, and various Caribbean governments is helping protect and develop the crucial fishing and tourism industries of twenty nations.