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

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Dean Pamela R. Matthews 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 […]

Student initiates career with SGA and the College of Liberal Arts


Sophomore psychology student, Hannah Wimberly Sophomore College of Liberal Arts student Hannah Wimberly wants to get inside of your head. As a psychology major, she is working to understand the human mind. In her involvement with the Student Government Association (SGA), she is working to apply these understandings to make campus a better place. Through […]

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College of Liberal Arts celebrates 50 years

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The College of Liberal Arts was founded on July 12, 1965 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 […]

Faculty named 2015 Arts and Humanities Fellows

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By Sebastian Maldonado Six Texas A&M University faculty members have been awarded Arts and Humanities Fellowships for extraordinary scholarship, and five honorees are from the College of Liberal Arts. From left: Glen A. Laine, Peter Lieuwen, Galen D. Newman, Kristan A. Poirot, Olga Dror, Brian Rouleau, and Daniel L. Schwartz. (Photo by Michael Kellett) Coordinated […]

Senior liberal arts student has fantasy novel published


Senior anthropology and music major Kerri Allred achieved a major breakthrough in her writing career by having her first novel, “The Grimsah Forest,” published Jan. 1. The Liberal Arts student was recognized in the campus paper, The Battalion, where you can learn more about her major success by clicking the link below.

Liberal Arts graduates recognized for successful businesses


By Tyler Webb Recently, three Texas A&M University graduates of the College of Liberal Arts were acknowledged as part of the Aggie 100 list for their noteworthy entrepreneurial successes. Established by Mays Business Schools Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship, the Aggie 100 was created to recognize the top 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or Aggie-led businesses […]

Liberal Arts professor among first discoverers of new species of human relative

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Darryl de Ruiter Texas A&M University professor Darryl de Ruiter was among an international group of scientists who announced Thursday morning they have discovered a new species of human relative in South Africa. Remains of the new species — named Homo naledi — were discovered in September 2013 in a chamber of the Rising Star […]