Diverse individuals within the sciences are essential to the continued success of the community in its academic pursuits. The Biology Department at Texas A&M embraces this concept and welcomes the advancement of its members by incorporating people from all backgrounds. This is achieved by recruiting talented individuals from all facets of sex, race, gender, ethnicity, language, religion, sexual orientation, geographic region, abilities or disabilities, and socioeconomic status. As in nature, diversity allows for the optimization of the group and creates a stimulating environment. Embracing diversity here at A&M allows for optimization of the intellectual environment made possible by the sharing of ideas of people from a broad demographic. Each group brings a unique and invaluable perspective and mindset to the science community. This inclusivity of diverse groups in the science community will help shift the disproportionate balance currently being represented here at Texas A&M, which is vital to the future of our intellectual integrity.
This is a place for undergraduate and graduate biology students to have place to go/ people to talk to/ show that A&M has a welcoming environment. We will talk about science from diverse faculty, promote science, and encourage students to do research. Themes focus on diversity. Everyone is welcome!
For more information contact Chris Holland
Biology Aggie Allies
The Aggie Allies are a TAMU organization dedicated to the inclusion of the LGBTQ community. It is open to faculty, staff, and students. Many of our faculty and staff are Allies and you will recognize by the Allies placard located outside of their offices.
Dr. Christine A. Stanley
Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity
Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity
Texas A&M University
001 Jack K. Williams Administration Building
TAMU 1360; College Station, TX 77843-1360
Phone: (979) 458-2905