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The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes Million Dollar Quartet Men's & Women's Basketball

The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes takes the stage in Aggieland in this witty, fast-paced production by the acclaimed Aquila Theatre.

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Million Dollar Quartet

Join us for a monumental night of rock and roll that explodes off the stage, featuring 21 timeless hits from icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins.

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Men's & Women's Basketball

Catch the men and women's basketball teams in action this season at Reed Arena.

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Upcoming Events:

4:00 pm February 9th   Horticulture/Forest Science Building (HFSB)
Panelists: Dr. Katy Kavanagh (ESSM), Dr. Carol Loopstra (ESSM), Dr. Perry Barboza (WFSC), and Dr. Christian Brannstrom (Geography).
5:00 pm February 9th   George Bush Presidential Library & Museum
Presented by Bud Philbrook, Co-founder & CEO, Global Volunteers
2:00 pm February 10th   Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (AGLS)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
4:00 pm February 11th   Koldus Student Services Building (JJKB)
Presented by Dr. Philip Lavretsky, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Miami (Job Candidate for Dept. Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences)
6:00 pm February 12th   Rudder Tower (RDER)
Hear from four TAMU professors about Darwin and the study of evolution and from visiting artist, Calder Kamin (calderkamin.com)
2:00 pm February 17th   Nagle Hall (NGLE)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
2:00 pm February 24th   Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (AGLS)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
3:30 pm February 29th   Memorial Student Center (MSC)
Presented by Eileen Hebets, School of Biological Sciences, University of Nebraska
2:00 pm March 2nd   Nagle Hall (NGLE)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
3:30 pm March 7th   Rudder Tower (RDER)
Presented by Todd Schlenke, Dept. of Biology, Reed College
2:00 pm March 9th   Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (AGLS)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
2:00 pm March 23rd   Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (AGLS)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
March 28th   Texas A&M University
To recognize and celebrate student research at Texas A&M University by providing an opportunity for students to present research and to foster an environment for students, faculty, staff and…
2:00 pm March 30th   Nagle Hall (NGLE)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
2:00 pm April 6th   Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (AGLS)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
3:30 pm April 11th   Rudder Tower (RDER)
Presented by Ed Vargo, Dept. of Entomology, Texas A&M University
2:00 pm April 13th   Nagle Hall (NGLE)
The ABS Journal Club provides faculty and students the opportunity to read and discuss the most recent and relevant journal articles in the field of conservation science.
3:30 pm April 18th   Rudder Tower (RDER)
Presented by Dan Simberloff, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennesee Knoxville
3:30 pm April 25th   Rudder Tower (RDER)
Presented by Dave Myrold, Crop and Soil Sciences, Oregon State University

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