Texas A&M University
Department of Oceanography

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Geosciences Quick Admit Graduate Programs

Starting as early as summer 2020, May or August 2020 TAMU graduates can apply to our Quick Admit program to pursue continued education through the College of Geosciences.

Quick Admit Graduate Programs

Victoria Scriven '19

“Being able to know my professors by their first name, being able to sit on a boat with them and talk to them about my future, and where they think I should go has been very beneficial to me.”

Victoria Scriven '19, Oceanography

Oceanography Spotlights

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Tyler Winkler

“Take advantage of every opportunity that you can to learn something new. There is so much amazing science being done by Texas A&M Oceanographers, and the opportunities to grow as an early career scientist are limitless if you are willing to collaborate and learn from those around you!” - Tyler Winkler

Read Winkler's Spotlight

Charlotte Miller

“At Texas A&M Oceanography department, you will never take a class where the professor isn’t incredibly passionate about what they are teaching. It’s infectious.” – Charlotte Miller '20

Read Miller's Spotlight
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Dr. Lei Hu

“Texas A&M OCNG has nourished my passion in environmental sciences” – Dr. Lei Hu '12 (Ph.D.)

Read Dr. Hu's Spotlight
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Faculty in the Department of Oceanography and KAMU-FM have created an oceanic science podcast, On the Ocean, that shares important facts about the ocean, marine creatures, and oceanographic research.

KAMU-FM airs On the Ocean Tuesdays at 8:30 AM CT. Podcasts, text, and links will be uploaded on this site shortly after.

Listen to On the Ocean

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The College of Geosciences’ virtual graduation celebration was held May 7.

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Dean of the College of Geosciences Dr. Debbie Thomas writes to the Aggie Geosciences Family.

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Oceanography professors say the Deepwater Horizon spill in 2010 changed the Gulf of Mexico in ways we are still trying to understand.

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Oceanographers used data from a pan-Arctic survey of carbon and trace elements to better understand how climate change will affect ecosystems in one of the fastest warming regions of the world.

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The cores show life present at 2,600 feet below the Indian Ocean seafloor. The discovery could lead to similar finds around the world.

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Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography student, Lance Belobrajdic ’21, was awarded an Outstanding Student Conference Poster Award from the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

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