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President Young: Celebrate Veterans, Take Part In Campus Activities To Honor Them

November 11, 2016

On the occasion of Veterans Day, I am honored to extend my deepest gratitude to veterans everywhere—especially Aggie veterans—who serve our great nation in the U.S. Armed Forces.

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Texas A&M President Michael K. Young Appointed To Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council

October 20, 2016

Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young has been appointed to the Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council (HSAAC), which is made up of higher education leaders viewed as instrumental in helping strengthen connections between academia and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in the quest to keep the nation safe.

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Staff Appreciation Week Expands Under President Young

February 18, 2016

Staff Appreciation Week (SAW) at Texas A&M University will begin on Monday (Feb. 29) and continue through Saturday, March 5, and this year, say organizers, the event has expanded to include more participants, bigger prizes and additional events.

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Michael K. Young Faculty Appointment

November 2, 2015

Michael K. Young, newly appointed president of Texas A&M University, has also been appointed to the Bush School of Government and Public Service faculty as a professor of public policy. A distinguished lawyer with broad experience in teaching and researching international law and human rights. Young was the Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law at Columbia University Law School and served as founder and director of the Center for Japanese Legal Studies and the Center for Korean Legal Studies. In addition to the Bush School, Young also holds a joint appointment with the Texas A&M Law School in Fort Worth, Texas.

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New Texas A&M President Shares Reasons For Coming to College Station

February 4, 2015

Texas A&M's lone presidential finalist Michael K. Young says money is the motivation for coming to College Station but it's not what you might expect.

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