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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. http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/looking-presidential-george-p-reports-on-first-100/nkz9k/

External Funding Sources

Find External Funding Sources available for Social Sciences and the Humanities through the Federal Agencies, Private Foundations, and Industry. Check organization websites and search databases for current opportunities and information. National Science Foundation (NSF) National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) Department of Defense (DoD) Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) Private […]

Common Ground Reading Initiative

Common Ground is the College of Liberal Arts’ freshman-year reading program. The purpose of the program is to give the 900 plus incoming freshmen an opportunity to create a learning community based on a shared reading experience. Books are provided to freshmen at their summer new student conference.  They are encouraged to read the book and […]

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 […]