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Aggies Salute: the Energy Complex

Demands for cleaner, safer and larger quantities of Energy are impacted by seemingly individual effects of population growth, industrial and production needs, and disparate resources. Texas A&M faculty are working across disciplines to understand how these factors are interconnected and informed by energy sources, utilization, infrastructure, and policy (the Energy Complex). Building on existing strengths in engineering, agriculture, science, geosciences, and architecture, Texas A&M Faculty receive the Aggie Commit Salute for their efforts to improve education, innovation, engagement and impact for a brighter Energy future. (photo, left to… Read More →

Rabi Mohtar speaks at the (EES) Specialization Seminar Series in Calgary

Rabi H. Mohtar, Member of the Advisory Board of the President of the University of Alberta Water Initiative, travelled to Calgary, Alberta, Canada to speak at the Energy and Environment Systems (EES) Specialization Seminar Series. Mohtar spoke about Bridging the Water and Food Gap: The Role of the Water Energy Food Nexus