Education and Outreach Expo

List of Resource Representatives


Aggie Achieve is a resource structured to support students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities communicate with faculty through organized meetings, receive support for studies and foster success for academic or professional goals.  

Aggie Research Program

The Aggie Research Program gives graduate students and postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to develop critical leadership skills by managing groups of recruited undergraduate researchers.

Center for Educational Technologies

The Center for Educational Technologies (CET) helps researchers by developing education programs and outreach activities related to one’s research findings.

Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning

The Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL) is a national and local organization that aims to help faculty improve evidence-based teaching practices for undergraduate education.  

Center for Teaching Excellence 

The Center for Teaching Excellence facilitates support for teachers through assistance in creative learning, maintaining effective learning, selecting instructional strategies and other resources designed to help align with student learning outcomes. 

College of Arts and Sciences Outreach 

The Outreach and Engagement Office promotes programs in the College of Arts and Sciences and encourages career interests in science and humanities. 

Continuing and Professional Education 

Continuing and Professional Education (CPED) supports participants in a range of continuing and professional education opportunities through courses, workshops and seminars. 

Economic Development 

Economic Development is the unit is the Office of the President that works with community partners to address local issues and build successful communities.

Engineering Student Engagement for Academic Success Program 

The Engineering Student Engagement for Academic Success (SEAS) Program promotes the success and retention of current first-generation engineering and undergraduate students by fostering supportive learning and mentoring communities.


G-Camp is a two-week field excursion for science teachers to give students in grades five through 12 hand-on experiences with the principles of geology.  

Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation 

Institute for Engineering Education aims to make Texas A&M University an innovative leader for engineering education research through the creation and dissemination of research to create a better learning environment for students and educators. 


LAUNCH houses a capstone program designed to showcase abilities and knowledge students have gained by making a presentation on projects overseen by faculty members or advisors.  

Public Policy Research Institute 

Public Policy Research Institute is an interdisciplinary government and social policy research organization engaged in statistical research to analyze the effectiveness of programs, policies and initiatives from local to international levels. 

Research Enterprise and Outreach 

Research Enterprise and Outreach serves faculty researchers by streamlining the proposal development and proposal writing process to receive funding for research projects.

Spark! PK-12 Engineering Education Outreach 

Spark! PK-12 Engineering Education Outreach encourages students to engage with engineering through on-campus activities and hands-on learning experiences. Outreach also provides educators with resources designed to promote engineering education.

Texas A&M High Performance Computing 

Texas A&M High Performance Research Computing (HRPC) leads the SWEETER CyberTeam funded by the National Science Foundation as well as Building Research Innovation at Community Colleges (BRICCs) to advance cyber infrastructure resources for institutions.

Texas A&M Institute of Data Science 

Texas A&M Institute of Data Science (TAMIDS) is a network of more than 1,000 students, hundreds of researchers and faculty, and nationwide partners that helps students develop data science expertise through training opportunities and collaborative research projects. 

Texas A&M System Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation 

Texas A&M University System Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (TAMUS LSAMP) works to increase the number of STEM degrees awarded to African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders through undergraduate seminars. 

Texas A&M Mentoring Academies 

Texas A&M University Mentoring Academy is part of a mentoring initiative for graduate and professional students featuring a curriculum developed by the Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER).

Texas Sea Grant 

Texas Sea Grant and partners support the conservation of coastal sea life and the understanding of Texas coastal resources through funded research and engagement programs for coastal communities. 

Texas A&M University Resources


This Engineering Academic and Student Affairs (EASA) program is designed to provide engineering undergraduates opportunities to collaborate on multidisciplinary teams and work directly with faculty and graduate students in developing solutions for grand engineering challenges facing our society. The program is open to students from first year to senior level.  

Contact: Magda Lagoudas,

Aggieland Saturday

Aggieland Saturday is a university-wide open house created to help prospective students and their families learn about the opportunities available at Texas A&M University. Each academic college and many student service offices provide fun and informational sessions throughout the day.

Aggie STEM

This program provides STEM educators with tools necessary for advancements in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Aggie STEM Summer Camps (ASSC) give students real world experiences in STEM education through inquiry learning and provide a world-class university experience with Texas A&M University professors in STEM fields.

Contact: Dr. Luciana Barroso,

Halliburton Engineering Global Programs 

Part of the Engineering Academic and Student Affairs (EASA), Halliburton Engineering Global Programs supports the College of Engineering in its efforts for internationalization and in transforming undergraduate engineering education by providing high quality global programs to prepare students to be future leaders. This includes exchange programs, international internships, international field trips and faculty led programs.  

Contact: Dr. Maria Alves,;

Math Circle and SEE-Math 

Math Circle is hosted by the Department of Mathematics at Texas A&M University on Saturdays and is a program offered to gifted students in grades 5 through 12 as an informal setting to work on interesting problems or topics in mathematics. The goal of Math Circle is to prepare students for national competitions and to engage them with mathematics outside of how they normally would in the classroom.  

Contact Dr. Philip Yasskin,;

Physics and Engineering Festival

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Texas A&M University invites the public to an entertaining and informative event with more than 100 amazing interactive physics demonstrations, specialized programs by age groups and public lectures by prominent scientists and astronauts. 


Power Writing Support Services

POWER provides motivational and instrumental support for graduate students and faculty members who engage in academic writing. A select group of graduate students and faculty members offer several services through POWER, including individual consultations, writing studies and productivity classes. 

Contact: Dr. Patricia Goodson,

Texas A&M Education Research Center

Texas A&M University Education Research Center studies key issues in education reform and school governance. Its mission is to investigate these issues to inform educational policy, facilitate decision-making and improve student learning.

Contact: Jackie Stillisano,

Texas Target Communities 

Texas Target Communities (TxTC) is an initiative between the Office of the President and the School of Architecture that provides technical assistance to small, underserved communities across the state and focuses on holistic efforts to address civic, environmental, economic and other challenges encountered by communities today. The thoughtful community engagement serves as a “real world” transformational learning experience for students at Texas A&M University.  


Undergraduate Summer Research Grant 

The Undergraduate Summer Research Grant (USRG) funds a 10-week immersive research and professional development experience held each summer at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The program is sponsored by the College of Engineering. The program's goal is for each student to gain tangible research lab experience by working directly with faculty mentors. Students also further develop their professional awareness through a series of provided workshops and lecture series. 


National Resources

Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS)

This NSF–funded annual summit creates a community of practice that fosters a sustainable and scalable institutional capacity and engagement in broader-impacts activity. 

Broader Impacts Toolkit,

Increase the Impact

Work with researchers and innovators in undergraduate STEM education to learn strategies for effectively sharing their work with others. How-To Guide and videos available at:

How-to guide and videos available at:

Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)

POGIL uses guided inquiry—a learning cycle of exploration, concept invention and application—as the basis for many of the carefully designed materials that students use to construct new knowledge.