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Undergraduate Research


Early in the academic career, many classes challenge students to tackle intriguing topics and present in front of their peers. For example, in PSYC 203 (Introduction to Statistics for Psychology), students collected and analyzed their own data on topics such as “It’s my roommate’s fault: how stress is related to academic performance” and “Anxiety, is […]



This is a force directed graph showing the diversity of our research interests.  Larger blue circles represent departments within the College and maroon circles represent each research interest.  Lines connect the department nodes with research nodes to show at least one person with that department is interested in that topic.  CLICK on the image to […]

Public policy research honored by State Bar of Texas

Liberal Arts

 By Sebastian Maldonado (left to right) Research Assistant Heather Caspers, Director Dr. Charles Johnson, Research Scientist Dr. Dottie Carmichael, Assistant Research Scientist Dr. Steve Wood and Associate Research Scientist Dr. Trey Marchbanks. The College of Liberal Arts’ Public Policy Research Institute (PPRI) has received the Michael K. Moore Award – the State Bar of Texas’ […]

Research Strategy & Development


Our research project development services available to CLLA faculty include consultation at any stage of the proposal development, from designing a plan through proposal submission. We offer strategies to improve your ideas and we assist in all stages of research development and proposal writing. Resources for Researchers include:                  […]

Contact the Research Office


Gerianne Alexander Associate Dean for Research 979-862-4043   Julie Masser Director for Research Strategy & Development 979-845-6438   Mandy Stark Administrative Coordinator 979-845-8541

Research Workshop


Registration is recommended for the morning talks at the link below, and required for the afternoon breakout sessions no later than November 2nd. The breakout sessions will be limited to 30 people and priority will be given to graduate students based on a first come, first serve basis. We anticipate that these sessions will fill […]

Professor awarded for first book


By Tyler Webb Recently, Texas A&M’s Communication professor and women’s and gender studies affiliate, Cara Wallis, was awarded the Bonnie Ritter Award for her first book “Technomobility in China: Young Migrant Women and Mobile Phones.” The Bonnie Ritter Award is given from the Feminist and Women Study Division of the National Communication Association, a professional […]

Esteemed fellowship advances research

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By Sebastian Maldonado Two College of Liberal Arts doctoral graduate students have been awarded the U.S. Senator Phil Gramm Fellowship, in recognition of their excellence in research, teaching and mentoring. Kayoung Kim and Ryan Neighbors were honored with a ceremony in April, where they received formal recognition, a certificate and a $5,000 cash award to […]

Grants for Rapid Response Research (RAPID)

The RAPID funding mechanism is used for proposals having a severe urgency with regard to availability of, or access to, data, facilities or specialized equipment, including quick-response research on natural or anthropogenic disasters and similar unanticipated events. PI(s) must contact the NSF program officer(s) whose expertise is most germane to the proposal topic before submitting […]