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Study Abroad


Although geography is constant, technological advances have narrowed the metaphorical distance between people around the globe. Our world is becoming smaller and we are increasingly interdependent on a number of levels – economically, technologically, politically, and socioculturally. We value the role that international experiences play in preparing you for a successful career and leadership roles […]

A&M professor featured in National Geographic


Mike Waters, anthropology professor and director for the Center for the Study of First Americans, is featured in the January 2015 issue of National Geographic magazine for his research on pre-Clovis humans. Begin transcript: The first face of the first Americans belongs to an unlucky teenage girl who fell to her death in a Yucatán […]

Faculty to meet with Owen Williams of the Folger Institute


By Heather Rodriguez Owen Williams, the Folger Institute Consortium’s Assistant Director for Scholarly Programs, will give a presentation of exciting research opportunities to Texas A&M University faculty and students on April 27. His talk, “Scholarly Collaboration and Research Opportunities at the Folger Shakespeare Library,” will take place in Glasscock 311 at 3:30 p.m. The consortium […]

Student initiates career with SGA and the College of Liberal Arts


Sophomore psychology student, Hannah Wimberly Sophomore College of Liberal Arts student Hannah Wimberly wants to get inside of your head. As a psychology major, she is working to understand the human mind. In her involvement with the Student Government Association (SGA), she is working to apply these understandings to make campus a better place. Through […]

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Get to Know NIH NIH & How It Is Organized  NIH Org Chart Grant Basics All About Grants Grant Process Overview IC Priorities Useful NIH information  from UC Santa Barbara Funding Opportunities NIH Funding Guide Specific NIH Institute or Center NIH New Investigator Guide to NIH Funding NIH Research Career Development Awards Strategy for NIH Funding […]

Major grants to preserve the arts

Daniel Schwartz

By Tyler Webb With two new grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), one of the largest funders of humanities programs in the United States, the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University will be able preserve historical culture and musical arts. Daniel Schwartz Daniel Schwartz, an assistant professor in the Department […]