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Texas A&M University has designated Renyi Zhang, professor of atmospheric sciences, as a University Distinguished Professor, one of its highest honors. Zhang holds a joint appointment in the College of Science as professor of chemistry. (Read More)

 

 

Lightning Prone Houston Now Has World’s Best Detection System

The country's best system to detect lightning strikes – located in and around the Houston area – just got better, thanks to a complete overhaul and new software by its designer and one of the world's leading lightning experts, Texas A&M University atmospheric sciences professor Richard Orville (read more).

 

Two Geosciences students receive prestigious graduate award

Two graduate students in the College of Geosciences have been named 2013 Gramm Fellows, an award for outstanding research and teaching at Texas A&M University (read more).

 

Geosciences student receives Astronaut Scholarship

A Texas A&M student is one of 28 students nationwide to be awarded a prestigious scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. Dillon Amaya, junior Atmospheric Sciences major, received a $10,000 scholarship in recognition of "his unique aptitude for research and ingenuity in science and technology," according to the award letter (read more).

 

ATMO Professor Goes Green

Professor Don Conlee is participating in a Green Roof project. This involves "designing, constructing, installing and maintaining all elements of the green roof including physical structures, instrumentation, planting and plant maintenance, and associated data processing and display," said Bruce Dvorak, a professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning (read more).

 
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