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Texas A&M University

2124 Tamu

College Station, Texas 77843

United States

Company Description

Texas A&M University, recognized as having one of the premier engineering programs in the world, has offered undergraduate degrees in chemical, electrical, mechanical and petroleum engineering at Qatar Foundation's Education City campus since 2003, and gr ... more

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Affiliations

Board Member
WEPAN Inc

Board Member
Affiniscape Inc

Fellow
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Management Team Member
Foundation Engineering Education Coalition

Advisory Board Member
WIE

Chair of the Search Advisory Committee
Office of the Dean of Faculties

Board Member
ABET Inc

Fellow
American Society for Engineering Education

Senior Fellow
National Academy of Engineers' Council for the Advancement of the Science of Engineering Education

Founder
Texas Task Force 1

Education

Electrical Engineering Department

Texas A&M University

Engineering Education

National Academy of Engineering Center for the Advancement of Scholarship

electrical and computer engineering department

Texas A&M

Ph.D. degree

electrical engineering

Texas Tech University

PhD

Texas A&M University

bachelors Degree

electrical engineering

Texas Tech University

masters Degree

electrical engineering

Texas Tech University

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From left to right: Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences; Dr. Elsa Murano, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture; Ms. Julie Borlaug, Borlaug Institute's Associate Director for External Relations; Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation; Dr. Karan Watson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Edward Runge, professor and Billie B. Turner Chair for soil and crop sciences

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Accepting the honor, Texas A&M Provost & Executive Vice President, Karan Watson commented on the expertise of faculty and the commitment to service. "Tonight, we graciously accept the Borlaug Medallion on behalf of faculty whose teaching, research and service is improving food security, agriculture science, policy and trade as well as preventing hunger and poverty around the world."
Watson continued, "While our foundation in these sciences will always have a home in agriculture and life sciences, I'm proud that the issue of hunger and its many related issues and effects are at the forefront of our faculty's efforts in disciplines from engineering, economics, and business, as well as those in sociology, psychology, and the humanities.


From left to right: Dr. Mark ...

agrilife.org [cached]

From left to right: Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences; Dr. Elsa Murano, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture; Ms. Julie Borlaug, Borlaug Institute's Associate Director for External Relations; Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation; Dr. Karan Watson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Edward Runge, professor and Billie B. Turner Chair for soil and crop sciences

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Accepting the honor, Texas A&M Provost & Executive Vice President, Karan Watson commented on the expertise of faculty and the commitment to service. "Tonight, we graciously accept the Borlaug Medallion on behalf of faculty whose teaching, research and service is improving food security, agriculture science, policy and trade as well as preventing hunger and poverty around the world."
Watson continued, "While our foundation in these sciences will always have a home in agriculture and life sciences, I'm proud that the issue of hunger and its many related issues and effects are at the forefront of our faculty's efforts in disciplines from engineering, economics, and business, as well as those in sociology, psychology, and the humanities.


From left to right: Dr. Mark ...

agrilife.org [cached]

From left to right: Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences; Dr. Elsa Murano, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture; Ms. Julie Borlaug, Borlaug Institute's Associate Director for External Relations; Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation; Dr. Karan Watson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Edward Runge, professor and Billie B. Turner Chair for soil and crop sciences

...
Accepting the honor, Texas A&M Provost & Executive Vice President, Karan Watson commented on the expertise of faculty and the commitment to service. "Tonight, we graciously accept the Borlaug Medallion on behalf of faculty whose teaching, research and service is improving food security, agriculture science, policy and trade as well as preventing hunger and poverty around the world."
Watson continued, "While our foundation in these sciences will always have a home in agriculture and life sciences, I'm proud that the issue of hunger and its many related issues and effects are at the forefront of our faculty's efforts in disciplines from engineering, economics, and business, as well as those in sociology, psychology, and the humanities.


From left to right: Dr. Mark ...

agrilife.org [cached]

From left to right: Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences; Dr. Elsa Murano, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture; Ms. Julie Borlaug, Borlaug Institute's Associate Director for External Relations; Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation; Dr. Karan Watson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Edward Runge, professor and Billie B. Turner Chair for soil and crop sciences

...
Accepting the honor, Texas A&M Provost & Executive Vice President, Karan Watson commented on the expertise of faculty and the commitment to service. "Tonight, we graciously accept the Borlaug Medallion on behalf of faculty whose teaching, research and service is improving food security, agriculture science, policy and trade as well as preventing hunger and poverty around the world."
Watson continued, "While our foundation in these sciences will always have a home in agriculture and life sciences, I'm proud that the issue of hunger and its many related issues and effects are at the forefront of our faculty's efforts in disciplines from engineering, economics, and business, as well as those in sociology, psychology, and the humanities.


From left to right: Dr. Mark ...

agrilife.org [cached]

From left to right: Dr. Mark Hussey, vice chancellor and dean for agriculture and life sciences; Dr. Elsa Murano, director of the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture; Ms. Julie Borlaug, Borlaug Institute's Associate Director for External Relations; Ambassador Kenneth Quinn, president of the World Food Prize Foundation; Dr. Karan Watson, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs; and Dr. Edward Runge, professor and Billie B. Turner Chair for soil and crop sciences

...
Accepting the honor, Texas A&M Provost & Executive Vice President, Karan Watson commented on the expertise of faculty and the commitment to service. "Tonight, we graciously accept the Borlaug Medallion on behalf of faculty whose teaching, research and service is improving food security, agriculture science, policy and trade as well as preventing hunger and poverty around the world."
Watson continued, "While our foundation in these sciences will always have a home in agriculture and life sciences, I'm proud that the issue of hunger and its many related issues and effects are at the forefront of our faculty's efforts in disciplines from engineering, economics, and business, as well as those in sociology, psychology, and the humanities.

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