Research and mentorship combine at the HRRC
University studies major Wilinia Hamilton is getting research experience and the benefits of mentorship as a student assistant researcher with the Texas A&M Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center.
Hamilton is aiding in a National Science Foundation-funded study that’s taking a close look at how businesses in Beaumont, Texas, are faring after the “triple-whammy” of the winter 2021 storm, COVID-19 and recent hurricanes.
Landscape architecture students, industry pros tackle design issues at Aggie Workshop
Design ideas for Travis Midtown Park in Bryan were created by Texas A&M landscape architecture students, faculty and design pros during a charrette at Aggie Workshop Feb. 18 in the Texas A&M AgriLife Center.
Arch prof’s virtual reality app could be used for LEGO, IKEA projects
Thick, sometimes confusing assembly manuals could be replaced or augmented with a version of an augmented reality assembly app developed by Wei Yan.