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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 […]

Rothrock Fellows to be celebrated at Dean’s Recognition Reception


By Heather Rodriguez Three faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts will be honored as Rothrock Fellows at the Dean’s Recognition Reception on Oct. 8. Rebecca J. Schlegel, Cara Wallis, and Yuzhe Zhang will each receive $15,000 over the next three years to encourage and support the completion of exceptional post-promotion projects and outstanding […]

Liberal Arts graduate students to be honored

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By Heather Rodriguez The Association of Former Students will honor 14 students with the Distinguished Graduate Student Award on April 27—and half of the recipients are from the College of Liberal Arts. At the ceremony, each student will receive a framed certificate and custom gold watch from the Association. The program will be part of […]

World-renowned conference to honor political science professor

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By Sebastian Maldonado One of the biggest political science organizations in the world, the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), will offer a new paper award in honor of Kenneth Meier of the College of Liberal Arts. Ken Meier Meier is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Project for Equity, Representation & Governance with the […]

Liberal Arts student strives to reduce response time to gun violence


By Sebastian Maldonado Philosophy student Luke Neese is leading a multidisciplinary group of students to produce a cost-effective acoustic gunshot detection system, aptly named “Acoustic Shield.” Neese presented the idea at a three-day start-up event hosted by Startup Aggieland, a student-designed campus business accelerator for entrepreneurial endeavors. The team behind the effort includes Luke Neese, […]

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 […]

Graduate Student represents A&M in 3MT regional competition

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Graduate student of History Department, Brittany Bounds By Tyler Webb Liberal Arts third-semester graduate student and U.S. history instructor Brittany Bounds won first place in the second annual university-level Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, propelling her to regionals where she will represent the university in New Orleans on March 8. She presented her dissertation, “The […]

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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 […]