Aggie Green Fund is a grant-making, student-led organization to fund sustainability initiatives at Texas A&M University. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged and supported to bring positive environmental improvements to our campus.
Starting October 11, Aggie Green Fund has been accepting abstracts for its Major Grants. The deadline to submit an abstract is 8:00am THIS Monday, November 20. Late applications are not accepted.
Hurry Up! Submit an abstract to share a general idea of your project, timeline, and budget with the Aggie Green Fund Advisory Committee and to get invaluable feedback and guidance in preparing the full application. Abstracts accepted by the Committee will go on to Phase 2, the full application process, which opens in December.
As part of National Campus Safety Awareness Month, we would like to take this opportunity to highlight the emergency plans, procedures, and resources available to help keep you safe during emergencies.
The 12th Man Emergency Playbook outlines procedures on how students, faculty, and staff should respond in case of an evacuation, severe weather, fire, medical emergency, or a personal safety emergency.
Texas A&M University has an emergency operations plan which describes how university departments and local emergency responders will respond during a variety of emergencies on campus.
Additional resources can be found on the Emergency Preparedness Website and additional questions can be directed to the Office of Safety & Security.
As a final note, we hope that you can join us for Campus Safety Awareness Week, September 18th through September 22nd. Visit www.tamu.edu/emergency/safetyweek for a full list of the week’s emergency preparedness activities.