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Texas A&M University in College Station opened in 1876 as the first public institution of higher learning in Texas. The Interdisciplinary Faculty of Toxicology is composed of faculty from 20 TAMU departments in six colleges, and four associated laboratories, and is administered in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
Texas A&M University opened in 1876 as the first public institution of higher learning in the state, and was the first land, sea, and space grant university in the country. The 5,200-acre campus is also home of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library. Texas A&M is a research-intensive university with over 70,000 students—including 15,000 graduate students—studying in more than 120 undergraduate and 240 graduate degree programs in ten colleges.
Texas A&M enrolls one of the largest student bodies in the nation and its degree programs are ranked in the top 10 nationally. The university consistently ranks among the country’s top universities in attracting National Merit Scholars and is in the top tier of universities nationwide in research expenditures.
Texas A&M University in College Station is the flagship campus of the Texas A&M University System, which includes eleven universities, a Health Science Center, and a Law School, as well as agricultural, engineering, forestry, and transportation agencies, and veterinary medical diagnostic laboratories throughout the state.
The Interdisciplinary Faculty of Toxicology (IFT) is composed of faculty from 16 departments in six colleges, and four associated laboratories, and is administered in the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
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