Join faculty, staff and students from the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences on a number of 360-degree, “virtual” tours. From campus and classrooms to gardens and labs, feel free to experience these videos are the next best thing to being here. As you watch the video, feel free to move the screen around to see a full 360-degrees–left to right and top to bottom.
Campus bike tour
Take a ride around campus and see what the campus has to offer a student in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. There will also be tips on coming to campus as well as pointing out all of the buildings that house our departments.
Biochemistry/Biochemistry NMR Facility
Dr. Josh Wand, department head and professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, takes viewers on a short 360-degree tour of their state-of-the-art Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility.
Kleberg Animal & Food Sciences Center
Dr. Chris Skaggs, associate dean for student development and faculty member in the Department of Animal Science, gives a short 360-degree tour of the Kleberg Center. He introduces the Hesby Atrium, the “branded” staircase, as well as one of the Kleberg classrooms.
The Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building and Research Opportunities
John Chivvis in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences gives a short tour of the ILSB and talks about the importance of research to the university, the college and students.
The Sacchettini Lab and COVID-19 research
Dr. Jim Sacchettini from the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics and members of his lab take us on a tour of the lab. They show us the equipment and the process they are using for research on COVID-19.
The Gardens at Texas A&M University walking tour
Join us for a virtual 360-degree tour of the Leach Teaching Gardens! Located on the Texas A&M University west campus, the first 7 acres of the Gardens project opened in 2018.