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The College of Science and Engineering Power Lab at Texas A&M University-Commerce received a brand-new name this month: the Oncor Power Lab. The designation honors a 70-year partnership between Oncor Electric—Texas’s largest energy delivery company—and A&M-Commerce. Building on the longstanding partnership, Oncor recently entered a new gift agreement with A&M-Commerce to support the university’s electrical […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce will cease its campus recycling program effective Sept. 20, 2023. The Department of Emergency Management and Safety, in conjunction with the City of Commerce, implemented the program in 2016 to meet the recycling needs of the university and the surrounding community. According to Bryan Vaughn, Chief of Police and Executive Director for […]
BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Texas A&M University System’s Board of Regents on Tuesday approved a motion to nearly double Texas A&M-Commerce’s educational space in a Dallas high-rise. Since 2021, the university has offered courses in business, education, visual communications and agriculture in the building at 8750 North Central Expressway in Dallas. […]
As a young girl growing up in rural Lee County, South Carolina, Dr. Andrea Toney Graham had “big dreams of doing big things.” Since then, she has blazed a pioneering trail through the STEM field, making a lasting impact through her scholarship and leadership. Graham was the first engineer from her household and the first […]
We all need a defender and a supporter by our side through life’s rocky patches. That’s where the Office of Student Advocacy and Support at A&M-Commerce shines. They are passionate about helping students navigate resources and find solutions to life’s challenges, no matter how big or small. Meet Madison, a Student in Need To picture […]
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) at Texas A&M University-Commerce has partnered with Texas A&M AgriLife Research to hire a faculty member to teach and conduct research in the field of agronomy. Dr. Grace Flusche Ogden was hired as an assistant professor of agronomy and began her appointment on August 1. Her […]
From decoding the mysteries of the universe to engineering innovative solutions to real-world challenges, the College of Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University-Commerce is home to forward-thinking faculty dedicated to cutting-edge scientific exploration. Faculty members from the college secured more than $780,000 in research grant funding this past spring and summer. Adaptive Intelligence for […]
U.S. Congressman Colin Allred visited Texas A&M University-Commerce at Dallas on Tuesday, August 8, to commemorate the university’s new Pride Pathway teacher certification program. A strong advocate for A&M-Commerce, Allred helped secure $516,614 in federal funds to establish the program at the university. Pride Pathway presents an innovative solution to Texas teacher shortages by investing […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce has hired Amanda Lowe as the new Director of Alumni Engagement. Lowe will assume the role on Monday, July 31. As the new director, Lowe will lead the university’s alumni engagement programming and serve as executive director of the A&M-Commerce Alumni Association. She has served on the Alumni Association Board of Directors […]
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