Women, Wealth & Wisdom 2014

Women, Wealth & Wisdom 2014

Take charge of your future and attend our free financial and estate planning workshop Women, Wealth & Wisdom. In the third annual conference, we will offer a variety of new sessions presented by all new speakers. Register for this free, fun and educational event designed specifically for women!

Register for Women, Wealth & Wisdom 2014.

A New Tool for Twitter
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 16:42:13 +0000
Twitter is a highly used and very popular social media platform. However, when switching back and forth between several tabs and windows, it’s very easy to lose track of what you initially set out to explore. Associate Professor Andruid Kerne with the Interface Ecology Lab in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas [...]

How to Keep Fishing in the Amazon
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:00:17 +0000
On a recent plane trip to Santarem, Brazil, Kirk Winemiller gazed at a vast mosaic of lakes and waterways of the Amazon region. One huge muddy river split into multiple channels, each as wide as the Mississippi river. The waters house over a thousand species of fish, which Winemiller, a professor in the Department of [...]

When it comes to state spending and success rates, cost savings, and overall bang-for-your-buck bottom lines, it’s hard to beat Texas A&M University’s TABS buoy system that relays vital information all along the Texas gulf coast. With support from the Texas General Land Office, Texas A&M researchers have developed the only buoy system of its kind in [...]

Bill Youngkin, a 1969 Texas A&M University graduate whose decades of service to his alma mater included a term as president of The Association of Former Students, will be the speaker at Texas A&M’s campus Muster scheduled for Monday (April 21). The annual ceremony, always held on April 21, honors the memory of Texas A&M [...]

VERNON – Using mesquite biomass for electricity generation may become economically feasible if ecological and agricultural factors are considered, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research paper being published in the BioEnergy Research journal. “Economic Feasibility of Mesquite Biomass for Electricity Production: Projections of the Long-term Sustainability of Two Harvest Options” will appear in the [...]

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