COLLEGE STATION - The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) is augmenting its national training for healthcare personnel on infectious diseases to include the latest information on the coronavirus, which has spread from Wuhan, China, to the United States. According to news reports, over 300 people have died in China and more than …

Cyber Attacks: ‘It’s not a question of if it will happen to us, but a matter of when’ ~Eric Caldwell, Brazos County CIO

BRYAN, TX - You’ve seen the headlines – data breaches and ransomware attacks on cities, healthcare organizations, school districts and Fortune 500 companies. 

“The …

COLLEGE STATION – Sixty new firefighters graduated Dec. 19 from the 23rd Online Firefighter Recruit Academy at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). They completed 335 hours of training online before traveling to College Station for an intensive 21-day, hands-on firefighting “boot camp” at Brayton Fire Training Field.

Photo of DSA recipients, l-r, Katie Bryant, Jonathan Dikes, Jesse Watkins, Charley Todd, Merribeth Kahlich and Andrea Ferrell. Not pictured: Laura Shehan.
TEEX Award Recipients, l-r, Katie Bryant, Jonathan Dikes, Jesse Watkins, Charley Todd, Merribeth Kahlich and Andrea Ferrell. Not pictured: Laura Shehan.

BRYAN, TEXAS – In 1999, the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) became the first to offer Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I training for civilians. The entry-level workers would supplement the workforce of retired military EOD (Explosives Ordnance Disposal) Technicians tackling the massive cleanup and remediation of thousands of acres of former military …

COLLEGE STATION – Twenty-five new peace officers graduated from the Central Texas Police Academy on Dec. 6, after 18 weeks of comprehensive classroom and hands-on training conducted by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan. Keynote speaker was Brig. Gen. Bentley Nettles, Executive Director of the …

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