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2015 Cornerstone Faculty Fellows honored


By Heather Rodriguez The College of Liberal Arts will recognize the three new Cornerstone Faculty Fellows at the Dean’s Recognition Reception on Oct. 8. The Cornerstone Faculty Fellowships in Liberal Arts are presented to up to four tenured professors who have developed outstanding professional records through remarkable classroom contributions, external funding, and service on major […]

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 […]

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 […]

Liberal Arts cadet named student regent

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Gabriel Pereira Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed political science major Gabriel Pereira’16 of College Station as student regent for the Texas A&M University System. “Receiving the appointment as student regent for the Texas A&M University System is an honor and a privilege, carrying with it the significant responsibility of representing the entire student body of […]

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Liberal Arts professors comment on George P. Bush speech

Jennifer Mercieca of Communication and Kirby Goidel of Public Policy Research Institute comment on Commissioner Bush’s speech.

Professor inspires couple’s service, philanthropy to Liberal Arts

Clarissa and Steve Streeman

By Monica Zuniga ’15 For years, Steve ’78 and Clarissa ’77 Streetman sat next to a Spanish professor at Kyle Field who invited the couple to attend College of Liberal Arts Development Council events. After many invitations, the Streetmans finally attended one. What they saw was eye-opening. Clarissa and Steve Streeman The College was focused […]

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 […]