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Sulphur Bluff grad among Texas A&M-Commerce University-Commerce Quiz Bowl competitors

COMMERCE — Six Texas A&M-Commerce students, including a Sulphur Bluff High School graduate, participated last month in the Southern Agricultural Economics Association 2017 Quiz Bowl in Mobile, Ala.


TAMUC prof gets grant to study fire ant damage

COMMERCE — Dr. Jeff Kopachena, professor in Biological and Environmental Sciences, was awarded $92,605 by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, for Stage two of his project, “Ecological role of Red Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis invicta) and their influence on Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) egg and larval survival in northeast Texas.”


Civil rights icons to honor Talbot at TAMUC

COMMERCE, Texas — Andrew Young, the former Ambassador of the United States to the United Nations, Georgia congressman and mayor of Atlanta, and Dr. Robert Green, the author of the Civil Rights era retrospective, “At the Crossroads of Fear and Freedom,” will be on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce on Tuesday, April 18, to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. David Arlington Talbot, the first African-American professor to serve at Texas A&M University-Commerce (then East Texas State University).


PJC offering CNC machine training at the SS campus

Manufacturing affects many industries that drive our local economy and this hands-on field has high demand for qualified technicians as the new technology evolves. 


PJC attends Pathways Institute

One of 30 institutions in the country selected last year for the national Pathways Project to better guide academic and a career pathway, Paris Junior College is well along in the process.

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