The key role of higher education is producing two things: discoveries and the people who make the discoveries.
Our faculty and students are driven by the spirit of discovery and committed to pushing back the boundaries of knowledge. As a heavily service-teaching-oriented college at a top 20 national research university, we are constantly exploring, testing, and elucidating, harnessing our insatiable curiosity and intellectual power to help develop practical solutions to real-world problems.
This office oversees research activities for the entire campus and coordinates related efforts with other Texas A&M University System components. It also administers several externally funded grant programs as well as competitive development funds.
This is a consortium of Texas A&M University System members that brings together expertise as well as consistent and efficient procedures to enhance research administration and related services across the system research community.
This elected group represents principal investigators from each Texas A&M college and A&M System agency and is committed to continuous research and graduate studies environment improvement.
This organization was founded to recognize, encourage, and promote scientific research at Texas A&M and to honor its community of science scholars. Members are nominated and elected on the basis of noteworthy achievement in pure and applied science.
On average, the OTC files a patent application every other day and executes one license agreement per week. In addition, it ranks among the top 10 nationwide in the number of licenses executed annually with small businesses.
The Texas A&M Research Foundation is an independent non-profit service organization. Their focus is to facilitate research and development within The Texas A&M University System by providing highly valued administrative services and resource support at the most reasonable cost.
The Office of Research Compliance and the Office of Biosafety, is responsible for providing training and support to faculty, students, and staff in regulatory requirements for research. The offices seek to promote and ensure the highest standards for research compliance throughout Texas A&M.