Tags Texas A&M University

Two more universities upgrade to 6E networks

by Jake Williams

Texas A&M University and Doane University are the latest universities to announce upgrades to 6E networks.

Texas A&M University launches cyber research institute

by Lindsay McKenzie

Texas A&M launched its Global Cyber Research Institute to support cybersecurity research and training.

Texas A&M considers massive technology consolidation

by Emily Bamforth

One of the country's largest universities is exploring flattening its IT organizational chart and consolidating many of its services.

Texas A&M recruits K-12 IT director as assistant CIO

by Betsy Foresman

Darvis Griffin will lead the university's Division of Student Affairs IT group and oversee technology initiatives to support the academic and business goals of the institution.

Universities modeling coronavirus impact using state data

by Jake Williams

In states like Texas and Virginia, university researchers are forging partnerships with their state health departments to better understand how policies are affecting the spread of COVID-19.

Historical flood data could help first responders spot trouble early

by Colin Wood

Researchers at Texas A&M University developed a new tool they say could provide a new technique for anticipating major flooding events.

Universities, professors to take spotlight at SXSW EDU 2020

by Jake Williams

From AI to blockchain, student experience to student data, education leaders head to Austin, Texas, this March to uncover the latest innovations.

Texas A&M wants to monitor student mental health with smartwatches

by Jake Williams

In a new pilot, university researchers seek to develop a tool that can detect anxiety and depression and then direct students to help.