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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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Study: Earth’s Snow And Ice Cover Shrinking By 33,000 Square Miles Per Year

Co-authored by a Texas A&M geographer, the first ever global assessment of the Earth’s cryosphere has major implications for climate science.

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Lauren Howe-Kerr and Ed Higgins selected as 2022 Finalists for the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program

Knauss finalists are chosen through a competitive process that includes several rounds of review at both the state Sea Grant program and national levels. Howe-Kerr and Higgins are among 74 finalists across the United States nominated by their respective Sea Grant programs.

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Under the Radar

The Aggie Doppler Radar helps students and the National Weather Service track severe weather.

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Geography Doctoral Student Receives Two AAG Awards

Anna Van de Grift recently received the AAG research award and a Society of Woman Geographers Evelyn L. Pruitt National Fellowship for Dissertation Research Grant for 2021-2022.

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Texas Sea Grant Welcomes New Fisheries Bycatch Reduction Project Manager

Matthew Kammann will work with the Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture team to lend support and expertise to the NOAA Better Bycatch Reduction Device project.

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Makeda Mills to Receive Ralph Rayburn Scholarship from Texas Sea Grant

This scholarship is named in honor of Ralph Rayburn ’69, former Texas Sea Grant Associate Director and Extension Program Leader.

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