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Pamela R. Matthews named new dean of College of Liberal Arts

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By Heather Rodriguez The Board of Regents of Texas A&M University on Wednesday named Dr. Pamela R. Matthews the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts, effective immediately. A Professor of English, she has been serving as the college’s interim dean since July 2014. “It is an honor and a privilege to be appointed […]

Message from the Dean

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Welcome to the Texas A&M University College of Liberal Arts. Like similar colleges around the country, the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University serves a critical educational purpose in producing well-rounded undergraduates and graduate students prepared to lead higher education’s next generation. We touch the educational experience of virtually every undergraduate at Texas […]

Dean’s Welcome

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  Welcome to the Texas A&M University College of Liberal Arts. Like similar colleges around the country, the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University serves a critical educational purpose in producing well-rounded undergraduates and graduate students prepared to lead higher education’s next generation. We touch the educational experience of virtually every undergraduate at […]

Upcoming Events

Community of Respect Seminar September 15, 2015 University-Wide Offering Rudder Tower Room 701 8:30 to Noon – Cost $50 Space is limited – first come first served Register online here ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dr. Karan Watson, Provost and Executive Vice-President The role of mentoring in academic success Fall Kick-off September 17, 2015 12:00 – 1:30 PM Koldus 110/111 […]

Ongoing Initiatives

Diversity Committees | Description: Within the College of Liberal Arts there are two types of diversity committees. The first is at the Dean’s level and the second is at the department level. The Dean’s diversity committee is made up of representatives from the departmental diversity committees. These committees exist to stimulate programs, share successful strategies, […]

Cost Share

Cost Share is any portion of the costs of a project not borne by the sponsor and are committed toward the project by the University.  It may be Voluntary or involuntary (mandated).  This is based on what the official announcement guidelines explicitly states.  Voluntary cost share may not be allowed by the sponsor or may […]

Graduate Instruction Committee

The Graduate Instruction Committee studies and recommends actions relating to: •   Proposals for new graduate courses and modification to existing courses •   Proposals for new graduate degree programs and modifications to existing programs •   Other matters relating to curriculum and instruction at the graduate level Department of Anthropology Filipe Castro / Sharon Gursky Department of […]

College of Liberal Arts celebrates 50 years

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By Heather Rodriguez This year, the College of Liberal Arts celebrates its 50th anniversary as a stand-alone institution within Texas A&M University. And while 50 years is quite a long time, the creation of the college was a process long in the making. “The College of Liberal Arts serves a critical educational purpose in producing […]

Celebrating 50 Years

Celebrating 50 Years

The College of Liberal Arts is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a freestanding college within Texas A&M University. Liberal arts courses have been a part of the curriculum at Texas A&M since the university’s founding in 1876 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, and the School of Arts and Sciences was created in […]