What we do

The Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas is a scientific research campus and headquarters for public teaching. Texas A&M AgriLife researchers and extension specialists at Dallas work to advance three areas: urban agriculture and forestry, water and land resources, and healthy living. Click here to learn more.

Career opportunity: Assistant Professor - Controlled Environment Agriculture

The Texas A&M AgriLife Center at Dallas is seeking a highly motivated and visionary Controlled Environment Agriculture Engineer at the Assistant Professor level. The appointment is 100% effort with Texas A&M AgriLife Research and is a 12-month, base-funded position. The successful candidate will be a member of the Biological and Agricultural Engineering department, located in College Station, and expected to train graduate students in the discipline as a member of the Graduate Faculty. Learn more and apply online in Workday.

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Select Programs

This gallery showcases some of the scientific research and extension initiatives housed at Texas A&M AgriLife's Dallas center. Explore the site navigation bar for a listing of these and all other programs at Dallas.

Freshwater Ecosystems: Mussels

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Investigating Texas' declining freshwater mussel populations for healthier river ecosystems

Plant Immunity Research

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Exploring the molecular interactions controlling plant resilience to disease for better food crops 

Urban Entomology

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Understanding urban insect pests, developing sustainable control measures, educating Texans and national pest professionals

School IPM

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Delivering the best practices in low-environmental-impact pest control to Texas schools

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