The College of Geosciences does not tolerate bigotry, hatred, or racism. We maintain our commitment to welcome all who seek to make their impact and achieve their goals in a diverse community. The senseless acts of violence that continue to take the lives of Black people affirm the need for all of us to work towards dismantling racism within geosciences and higher education and building an environment of inclusion. Read a letter from Dean Debbie Thomas.

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Marissa Castillo

"It is because of GeoX that I have chosen to pursue a major in environmental geosciences, with minors in geology and GIST."

Marissa Castillo ’20, Environmental Geosciences

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Luis Martinez

With the support of a DoD Fellowship, graduate student Luis Martinez will supervise a team of undergraduates and graduates from around the university.

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Ariana Castillo

Graduating meteorology senior Ariana Castillo ’19 worked as a NASA intern for two consecutive summers while completing her degree.

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Michael Martinez ’19

Michael Martinez

When Michael Martinez ’19 arrived at the Texas A&M campus in the fall of 2018, he had no idea that three semesters later he would be graduating with hands-on research experience from both the lab and the field.

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Career Panel Recap: Renowned Geoscientists Coach Aggies On Career Success

The Feb. 3 event covered experts' advice on internships, skill sets, industry opportunities and more.

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Remembering Curtis Samford ’83

“My heart is with the Samford family,” said Geosciences Dean Dr. Debbie Thomas.

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How Can Declining Sea Ice Thickness Affect Our World?

Texas A&M Geography doctoral student Victoria Ford recently published new findings in Climate Dynamics.

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Perseverance Rover Looks For Ancient Life On Mars With Help From Aggies

Two scientists in Texas A&M’s Department of Geology and Geophysics are part of the Perseverance team.

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Gulf of Mexico Experiencing Record Low Water Temperatures

After days of freezing weather, Texas A&M-operated buoys near Galveston and Corpus Christi are reporting the lowest temperatures recorded since their installation.

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Unprecedented High-Resolution Climate Simulation Developed By Texas A&M Scientist

Texas A&M University researchers and international collaborators recently published an unprecedented set of long-term, high-resolution climate simulations.

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