A simple way for students, faculty, and staff to reduce their carbon footprint and lead a more sustainable, and healthy, lifestyle is to bike or walk rather than driving a personal car.
Research, innovation, and sustainability go hand-in-hand. Learn more about the results of the 3rd Annual U-Challenge.
Residence Life hosted their 5th Annual Sustainability Dinner on October 23. The Sustainability Dinner is a relaxed event where students have the chance to network with faculty and staff who teach, research, or live sustainably.
Residence Life hopes to initiate a project designed to better understand predictive factors associated with student retention and completion based on housing information from current and former on-campus residents.
On-Campus student leaders participate in intentional leadership development and reflect on their experiences in their roles. Residence Life is pleased to have 7 groups of student leaders participating in the Aggies Commit: Reflections on Student Leadership assessment project coordinated by Student Life Studies.
This study is investigating alumni of high impact programs at Texas A&M University. This study includes a Living Learning Program, internship program, undergraduate research, and study abroad programs at Texas A&M University. More specifically, the researchers are after, what are the long term benefits of participation in high impact practices? Could benefits vary based on the type of high impact practice?
Texas A&M University participated in the 2010 National Study of Living Learning Programs funded by a grant from Student Life Studies.