The Department of Defense today named a state agency of The Texas A&M University System to lead a national consortium for modernizing hypersonic flight capabilities. The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) will manage a five-year, $20 million per-year DOD initiative involving many of the nation’s top research universities. The universities will work cooperatively among […]
The Eagle | More space for group work, 360-degree projection screens that wrap around classrooms and a multimedia production suite are just a handful of the features that make Texas A&M University’s new Innovative Learning Classroom Building stand out from other areas of campus.
Four Texas A&M University undergraduate students were part of a team that placed third at the 2020 Cybersecurity Challenge organized by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SPHE). The competition, which took place during the SPHE National Convention and included 18 teams with 64 total competitors, was a capture-the-flag exercise sponsored by the National Security […]
The Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center is now offering online courses to prepare individuals to pass some key cybersecurity certification exams. The first two courses cover the CompTIA Network+ and Security+ certifications, two fundamental certifications for cybersecurity professionals. “My colleagues in the workforce are telling me that they are looking for future employees that have cybersecurity […]
Last week, 13 members of a militia group, the Wolverine Watchmen, were arrested by state officers and FBI agents in Michigan. Federal charges of conspiracy, terrorism, and weapons violations were filed against six men. Seven others have been charged under two counts of Michigan law. Detailed in the arrest warrants for the Wolverine members indicate […]
The Texas A&M University system partnered last week with a cybersecurity education group to give students experience monitoring and defending networks as they learn technical skills on-the-job though a new apprenticeship program.
Texas A&M Leads National Science Foundation Funded Consortium for Regional Expertise in Computational and Data Sciences
Texas A&M has received an award from the National Science Foundation to promote regional Cyber expertise in a multi-institution partnership led by PI Dhruva Chakravorty, Associate Director for User Services at Texas A&M High Performance Research Computing. TAMIDS Director Dr. Nick Duffield will serve as educational coordinator for CC* Team: SWEETER–SouthWest Expertise in Expanding, Training, Education […]
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is supporting a Texas A&M University College of Engineering project to improve the cybersecurity and energy efficiency of commercial buildings. The Securing Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings through Cyber Defense and Resilient System project, led by Dr. Zheng O’Neill, received $3.5 million from the DOE’s Building Technologies Office to research, […]