OGAPS Diversity Fellowship
Diversity at Texas A&M University is an indispensable component of academic excellence. The TAMU Graduate Diversity Excellence Fellowship seeks to increase the diversity of the graduate student population at Texas A&M University. The Fellowship also aims to support the development of high achieving scholars who show promise for distinguished careers and whose life, research experiences and/or employment background will contribute significantly to academic excellence at TAMU and will maximize the educational benefits of diversity for all students.
Texas A&M University System Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation runs many programs to support historically underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to complete their bachelor degrees and to pursue graduate school in STEM fields.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
REUs provide opportunities for students to participate in research projects, under the guidance of faculty mentors and scientists. The REU Programs are supported by the National Science Foundation to provide undergraduate students with opportunities to develop essential skills in designing, executing and disseminating original research
Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates or SURE provides students with research opportunities during the summer term. Students can work from Aggieland, or under faculty members in departments throughout Texas A&M University.
Aggie Research Program
The Research-Intensive Community Model was developed at Texas A&M to bring together those who are seeking research leadership opportunities with undergraduates seeking research opportunities. By integrating research and education, this approach promotes mutually-beneficial partnerships amongst practicing researchers and students.