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The College of Geosciences welcomes all who seek to make their impact and achieve their goals in a diverse community. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to all that we do as a national leader in geosciences, and we foster a culture that values and respects the diversity of backgrounds and experiences that our students, staff, and faculty bring to the college.

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Erin Sherman

During her time as a meteorology major in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences in the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M, Erin Sherman has pursued several amazing opportunities, from conducting research for NASA and NOAA, to helping lead the storm chasing student organization, to traveling to Costa Rica to learn about water and the environment.

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Manuel Salgado

Manuel Salgado

Manuel Salgado, a Ph.D. student working with Dr. Andrew Klein in the Department of Geography at Texas A&M University, has led a non-traditional journey to higher-education.

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Dr. Raquel Bryant

Dr. Raquel Bryant

Through the recently established Geosciences Future Faculty Fellow Program, Dr. Raquel Bryant is a postdoctoral research associate in Texas A&M University’s Department of Geology and Geophysics.

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Dr. Jason Sylvan

Dr. Jason Sylvan

Dr. Jason Sylvan, associate professor in the Department of Oceanography, recently received a Simons Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution Award, from the Simons Foundation.

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Texas Sea Grant Welcomes New Community Engaged Interns

Alexis Guidroz and Shadrach Villafranca will be mentored by TXSG professionals and gain valuable field experience through the new Texas Sea Grant Community Engaged Internship Program (TXSG-CEI).

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Study: More Intense And Frequent Thunderstorms Linked To Global Climate Variability

Using isotopes from Texas cave stalactites, scientists in Texas A&M’s College Of Geosciences studied thunderstorm changes in the Southern Great Plains.

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Ancient Deepsea Shells Reveal 66 Million Years Of Carbon Dioxide Levels

Co-authored by two Texas A&M scientists, a new analysis using ancient marine organisms provides important new past climate data and context to modern carbon emissions.

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Oceanography Cruises Return for Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students at Texas A&M University Oceanography learned valuable lab and field methods on their first cruise since before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Study: Galveston Bay’s Lead Levels Are Low, 25% Human-Sourced

Researchers recently found that despite low lead levels in Galveston Bay, approximately 25 percent is estimated to be anthropogenic.

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NOAA Predicts Above-Average 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s Climate Prediction Center announced in their May 20, 2021 briefing that they are expecting another highly active hurricane season this year.

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