Flute Ensemble represents A&M-Kingsville at the Capitol
The Flute Ensemble from Texas A&M Kingsville also gave a performance this week. They are pictured below during their performance in Austin at the Capitol.
King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management featured in A&M-System Chancellor John Sharp's video
The world’s biggest ranches need strong managers to ensure America’s ranching heritage can survive, but only one place in the world offers a master’s degree in ranch management.
At Texas A&M University-Kingsville, the King Ranch® Institute for Ranch Management (KRIRM) is a small, elite and highly selective program that uses the King Ranch as its laboratory. Students in the program are unique: They must be proven cowboys or cowgirls with experience managing ranches, and they have to possess the ability to handle complicated coursework in business and finance.
Hear what #JohnSharpSays in this video feature on KRIRM.
Veterans Memorial HS seniors attend college for a day at TAMUK
A group of Veterans Memorial High School seniors went to college for a day Friday at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
40 seniors were escorted to various classes and lectures ranging from agriculture to criminal justice and geology. The seniors said the trip was a good experience to find out about the next step in their education.
Texas A&M-Kingsville communications MBA ranked second in the nation by MBA Central
The online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has received yet another high national ranking. This time, the communications certificate portion of the program has been ranked second in the top 15 in the nation by MBA Central.
The Texas A&M-Kingsville’s College of Business Administration offers an online masters of business administration with a certificate in collaboration and team dynamics.
The College of Business Administration is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and their affordability score is “very affordable.”
Other certificates available through this online MBA program include business analytics, health informatics, energy finance and logistics and managing people in the global enterprise.
International Rural Mental Health Conference: Tackling Isolation and Fostering Connections
Texas A&M University-Kingsville is an official co-sponsor of the International Rural Mental Health Conference: Tackling Isolation and Fostering Connections.
Along with A&M-Kingsville, conference sponsors include the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) Inverness College and the Scottish Rural Health Partnership. The conference is scheduled for August 2019 at UHI, Inverness College in Inverness, Scotland.
There is currently an open invitation to submit abstracts. The closing date for abstracts is Monday, April 29, 2019
Abstracts on the following conference related topics:
- Learning from Lived Experience
- Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Rural Workforce
- Rural Mental Health Research and Scholarship
- Rural Mental Health and Young People
- Community Led Initiatives for Rural Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Open Stream
Abstracts will be reviewed by members of conference working group. A list of accepted abstracts will be included in the conference programme. Abstract Submission Form can be downloaded from:
For more information, or to register please visit:
February 11 was #WomenInScienceDay. From our leading researchers and outstanding faculty, to our amazing students, we can't fit them all in one collage, but #TAMUK proudly celebrates all of our #WomenInScience!