College of Science & Engineering
|> Center for Coastal Studies (CCS)
The Center for Coastal Studies is an interdisciplinary marine research institute which conducts basic and applied research, ecological monitoring, public education outreach, and graduate-level education and research programs. CCS scientists and students work on marine topics from the Texas Coastal Bend to the farthest reaches of the Gulf of Mexico. These scientists efforts contribute significantly to our understanding of the marine environments on which much of the quality of our lives is dependent.
|> The Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI)
The Harte Research Institute (HRI) for Gulf of Mexico Studies is an endowed and developing research institute at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Its mission is to support and advance the long-term sustainable use and conservation of the Gulf of Mexico. HRI will encourage a tri-national responsibility and approach to understanding the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem, including the United States, Mexico, and Cuba, and it will promote excellence and innovation in interdisciplinary scientific research, public policy initiatives, and education of the public.
|> Conrad Blucher Institute (CBI)
The Conrad Blucher Institute will conduct innovative research and encourage scientists and professional engineers to develop and apply technology solutions relevant to surveying, scientific measurements, and to the issues in the Gulf of Mexico region. The Institute will achieve and maintain a national reputation for developing innovative geospatial science research and will serve as a focused resource area for geospatial datasets relevant to the coastal environment. The Institute will participate in cooperative ventures with other academic entities and federal and state agencies to ensure that research opportunities are available for historically underrepresented populations in the region.
|> Center for Water Supply Studies (CWSS)
The Center For Water Supply Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi was organized in 1991 to initiate cross-disciplinary research on water resources and other water related issues in South Texas. The Center focuses on research and education to develop professionals and leaders who can recognize and address water issues. Through active new research the Center provides information needed to evaluate alternative strategies for local and regional management of surface and subsurface water resources.
|> Center for Bioacoustics
The Center for Bioacoustics is dedicated to the development and dissemination of knowledge in many fields. The Center aspires to preeminence in education, research, and service through the science and technology of bioacoustics.
|> Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES)
The goal of SRD is to build grant writing capabilities and proposal development skills among TEES researchers and to establish statewide partnerships to seek external funding for projects and centers that will promote national recognition of the academic and research excellence supported through the infrastructure of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station Research Divisions.
|> Center for Information Assurance, Statistics, and Quality Control (CIASQC)
The Center for Information Assurance, Statistics, and Quality Control is a comprehensive center of university experts working together with community leaders to meet the ever-increasing demands for secured information environments and improved quality of education, government, health care and business. The mission of CIASQC is to become the primary South Texas and Gulf of Mexico resource of information assurance, modeling, statistical and quality improvement services, and software engineering for the education, government, health care, and private sectors.