Agencies partner on project to visualize Texas climate issues

The Sea Grant Program at Texas A&M has teamed up with the university's Institute for Applied Creativity to create a semester-long internship position that will use videos to address topics surrounding weather, water and climate change.

Intern Joshua Aoki, a master's student in the Department of Visualization in the Texas A&M College of Architecture, will combine visual art and science in the series of educational videos, which will be posted online and possibly aired on public television.

For details, read the Oct. 27, 2014 Bryan/College Station Eagle report by Sam Peshek: "Texas A&M program merges art and science to address climate issues."

posted October 30, 2014