Oct. 21-25: Research Week 2019

Oct. 21-25: Research Week 2019 The Division of Research and Innovation at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is hosting the inaugural Research Week 2019, Oct. 21-25. Research Week is a celebration of research, innovation, scholarship, and creative activity, and includes speakers, film screenings, open house events, and more. Click here for a detailed schedule of events open to students, faculty, staff, and the public. For more information, email researchdevelopment@tamucc.edu.
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Student success, award winning programs, community partnerships, and intellectual capital were celebrated during the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi State of the University. The luncheon, presented each fall to share the impact of the Island University, was held Oct. 2, and hosted a sold-out crowd.

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The Center for Faculty Excellence and Islanders Athletics invited all Islander faculty and staff to a Faculty and Staff Social on Thursday, October 17, in Island Hall, room 139. All attendees received a free ticket to the annual Pack It Pink Women’s volleyball game vs. Sam Houston State University.

Oct. 12 through Nov. 22: “Kitchen Talk: The Art of Steve Prince”

Oct. 12 through Nov. 22: “Kitchen Talk: The Art of Steve Prince”

The exhibition will feature two-dimensional works based in drawing and printmaking.
Oct. 21: Distinguished Speaker on Innovation: Professor Oscar Vazquez-Mena

Oct. 21: Distinguished Speaker on Innovation: Professor Oscar Vazquez-Mena

In celebration of Research Week 2019 at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Dr. Oscar Vazquez-Mena, Assistant Professor of NanoEngineering at the University of San Diego, will give a presentation.
Oct. 22: Step Up & Take Action Bystanders Intervention Training

Oct. 22: Step Up & Take Action Bystanders Intervention Training

iscover new strategies and skills to keep you and others out of harms way. The Student Conduct and Advocacy Department will host the Step Up Bystanders & Take Action Training event.
Oct. 22: Day of the Woman

Oct. 22: Day of the Woman

The event will center around topics including mental health first aid, life improvement focused therapy and much more!
Oct. 23: Department of English Graduate Speaker Series

Oct. 23: Department of English Graduate Speaker Series

Islanders are invited to come listen to former and current graduates of the Department of English at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi talk about their research and careers.

Test Your Vehicle’s Emissions at AutoCheck

Test Your Vehicle’s Emissions at AutoCheck

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will hold multiple AutoCheck events throughout the year.
WebEx Training

WebEx Training

WebEx is a web-conferencing tool that is available to all faculty, staff, and students at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Bay Hall Re-Roofing

Bay Hall Re-Roofing

The sidewalk on the south side of Bay Hall and the north side of Faculty Center will be fenced off and closed to all pedestrian traffic for the duration of the project.
Human Resources has moved to Natural Resources Center

Human Resources has moved to Natural Resources Center

The Human Resources Department has moved from the University Services Center to the Natural Resources Center, Suite 2400 (second floor).
20 Minute Blackboard Sessions

20 Minute Blackboard Sessions

The Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies is offering quick 20-minute sessions to prepare students for using Blackboard Learn tools.
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Oct. 21: Distinguished Speaker on Innovation: Professor Oscar Vazquez-Mena

Oct. 21: Distinguished Speaker on Innovation: Professor Oscar Vazquez-Mena

Dr. Oscar Vazquez-Mena, Assistant Professor of NanoEngineering at the University of San Diego, will give a keynote presentation in celebration of Research Week 2019.
Oct. 21: Research and Innovation Week Kickoff

Oct. 21: Research and Innovation Week Kickoff

Celebrate Research and Innovation Week at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a kickoff on Monday, Oct. 21.
Oct. 21: Academia-Industry Collaborations: TreMonti Consulting

Oct. 21: Academia-Industry Collaborations: TreMonti Consulting

As part of Research Week 2019, the Division of Research and Innovation is hosting Academia-Industry Collaborations: TreMonti Consulting on Monday, Oct. 21.
Oct. 22: I3-Islanders Innovation Idea Competition

Oct. 22: I3-Islanders Innovation Idea Competition

As part of Research Week 2019, the Division of Research and Innovation is hosting the I3-Islanders Innovation Idea Competition. The submission deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Oct. 22: Lunch with Sponsored Research Services

Oct. 22: Lunch with Sponsored Research Services

Division of Research and Innovation is hosting Lunch with Sponsored Research Services (SRS) on Tuesday, Oct. 22.
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