Galveston Campus

Events

November 24
Diabetes Awareness Month

TAMUG Spring Registration 2015

Fuddruckers Profit Share

November 25-26
Diabetes Awareness Month

TAMUG Spring Registration 2015

Midnight Yell

November 27
Diabetes Awareness Month

TAMUG Spring Registration 2015

Thanksgiving Day Holiday

A&M vs LSU

November 28-30
Diabetes Awareness Month

TAMUG Spring Registration 2015

Thanksgiving Day Holiday

December 1
AIDS Awareness Month

TAMUG Spring Registration 2015

World Aids Day

For more information about these Events,  please visit our Campus Calendar.

Campus News

Cover of Texas ShoresDr. Armitage featured in latest edition of Texas Shores
Dr. Anna Armitage, associated professor in Marine Biology, is in the latest edition of Texas Shores for her work on the expansion of black mangroves on the Texas coast and what it might mean for wildlife, fisheries and communities in conjunction with Researchers at The University of Houston...
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Dr. QuiggConsortium led by Texas A&M University at Galveston awarded $7.25 million to support research on the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
A research consortium led by Dr. Antonietta Quigg, Professor of Marine Biology and Associate Vice President for Research and...
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Dr. MerrellTexas A&M Galveston’s Dr. Bill Merrell to be honored with BAHEP’s 2015 Quasar Award
The Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership will honor Dr. Bill Merrell, the George P. Mitchell ’40 chair in Marine Sciences at Texas A&M University at Galveston...
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Dr. RookerTexas A&M Galveston Marine Biology professor receives prestigious Regents Professor Award
Dr. Jay Rooker, professor of Marine Biology and the McDaniel Chair of Marine Fisheries at Texas A&M University at Galveston was named a Regents Professor by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents at...
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TAMUG AerialTexas A&M University at Galveston researchers awarded $1.9 million to study deep-ocean fauna in the Gulf of Mexico
Dr. Jay Rooker, Dr. David Wells and Dr. Ron Eytan of Texas A&M Galveston Marine Biology are co-investigators on a research consortium...
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A&M Galveston SealTexas A&M University at Galveston Statement Concerning Chartwells Dining Services Complaint
Texas A&M University at Galveston takes the issues raised about Chartwells dining services seriously, as we do all concerns voiced by students. We are confident, especially after the public meeting...
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Items Of Interest

turtle cam

Turtle Cam
The TAMUG Sea Life Facility offers a place, where the public can learn more about the lives of and threats to sea turtles, and what they can do to help. Turtles can be viewed from the facility's outreach center before they are returned to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. To view the Turtle Cam Click Here.

Got your 6Got Your 6 in Texas: Military Friendly Starts Here
In the military, “Got your 6” means “Got your back.” The national Got Your 6 campaign (gotyour6.org) was launched in 2012 by a coalition of nonprofit service groups and an array of Hollywood celebrities and industry leaders. The goal is to “bridge the civilian-military divide” and to enhance support for our military and veterans and their families, through six “Pillars” ranging from health to education.

The Texas A&M University System and its eleven universities were among the first 50 institutions of higher education to sign the Got Your 6 Education Pillar pledge of support for veterans.