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Innovation[X] Answers the Call

Texas A&M School of Innovation has accepted three new projects that address the social impacts of COVID-19 for their Innovation[X] program.
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Texas A&M School of Innovation Calling For COVID-19 Proposals

The Texas A&M University School of Innovation’s Innovation[X] Program has made a special call for proposals addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
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I-School Creates Events and Resources App for Students

Texas A&M University’s School of Innovation (I-School) has released a new app for students to find events and resources focused on innovation.
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Inaugural Innovation [X] Grants Awarded To Interdisciplinary Teams

The School of Innovation program will allow Texas A&M University researchers, faculty and students to collaborate on yearlong projects that address real-world challenges.

Innovation Across Campus

Innovation is happening in every corner of campus. Every day, Texas A&M faculty, staff, and students are combining their unique talents and cutting-edge research to create innovative solutions to challenges impacting the world today. Learn more about Aggies innovations on Texas A&M Today.

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App Review: Texas A&M I-School MaroonBase

The Texas A&M University School of Innovation, or I-School for short, has introduced a new app built to showcase resources and opportunities to students looking to broaden their horizons.
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Inspiring Innovation

Marlene Lepkoski ’90 describes her life as a series of firsts. Her first plane ride brought her to Texas A&M University, her first job resulted in a full-fledged career, and her first gift to the School of Innovation will open unlimited opportunities for students seeking to pioneer their lives.
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Allow Passion to be Rewarded: Working for the I-School

The year-old School of Innovation (or I-School) is hoping to give students a great opportunity to not only work for that much-needed money, but to allow them to flourish in a flexible and independent job.
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I-School Sparks Grand Ideas

At the School of Innovation, dreams become reality, problems are solved and the world’s next big thing is just a step away.
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I-School Service Learning In Mexico

I-School’s first service learning trip to Hacienda Santa Clara developed solutions that will be furthered by those who join in the next study abroad trip.
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Texas A&M’s I-School Bringing New Opportunities for Student Leadership

With the launch of the School of Innovation at Texas A&M last year, the university set out to make it a lot easier for motivated students to work together on creative projects outside of their normal coursework, and often outside their own disciplines of study.
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Innovation Central

Texas A&M’s School of Innovation, or I-School, started with President Young’s idea that we need better connections across disciplines to equip students for a world in which they are likely to have multiple careers and must communicate in the same “language” as colleagues in different fields.
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School of Innovation Plans to Transcend Traditional College Boundaries

Presented as a vision in President Young’s recent 2017 State of the University Address, the School of Innovation takes its first steps to provide opportunities to further enhance education through the creative efforts of entrepreneurship.
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