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For projects, patents, publications, etc. NIH RePorter NIH’s Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT) website provides access to a variety of reporting tools, reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities. One of the tools available on the RePORT site is the RePORT Expenditures and Results (RePORTER) RePORTER is an electronic tool that allows users […]

Texas A&M researches Civil War gunboat

Artifacts from Civil War gunboat to pass through Conservation Research Lab:

Endowed faculty appointments awarded


By Sebastian Maldonado Seven College of Liberal Arts faculty members have been honored with endowed faculty positions or fellowships for scholarly excellence and invaluable mentorship. They were recognized at the Dean’s Recognition Reception held Oct. 8, at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. Those awarded include Sandra Braman, from the Department of Communication; Elizabeth Cobbs, of the Department […]

Cost Share

Cost Share is any portion of the costs of a project not borne by the sponsor and are committed toward the project by the University.  It may be Voluntary or involuntary (mandated).  This is based on what the official announcement guidelines explicitly states.  Voluntary cost share may not be allowed by the sponsor or may […]

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.

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 […]

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 […]

Common Proposal Types

Internal Grants & Fellowships are institutional support for TAMU faculty and may be funded through your College or through the VPR’s Office. Procedures to submit vary; however, the VPR supported efforts typically are submitted via the TAMU eProposal website. (This is the same website for external proposals that must go through a selection process for […]

Private Foundations

Review organizations’ reports and publications to give you an idea of which research they support. The sources listed below contain a wealth of information regarding foundations and their missions. Check out Philanthropy News Digest for information about foundations. FoundationsDirectoryOnline is a subscription service and is available via our TAMU Library Databases website.  The online database […]

Sociology professor recognized for teaching excellence

Reuben May

By Robyn Mundy Reuben May Reuben May, a professor of sociology, is one of four members of the Texas A&M University faculty to be honored with University Professorships for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence (UPUTE), which recognizes the most distinguished and dedicated undergraduate educators. He now holds a Glasscock University Professorship for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence funded by […]