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Improving Texas Healthcare

Barbara Sharf, professor of communication, is involved in a project to improve health campaigns as specifically related to Texan Mexican-Americans. With several graduate students, Sharf has conducted qualitative assessments of food environments of Texan Mexican-Americans in Bryan/College Station to determine how they maintain cultural food traditions while trying to eat healthier. Richard L. Street, Jr, […]

Graduate

The College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University boasts several nationally-ranked graduate programs and the largest collegiate faculty on campus. You are sure to find a match for your interests as our faculty members are involved in various exciting research areas. Centrally located among three of the nation’s largest cities — Houston, Dallas, and […]