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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 […]

Esteemed fellowship advances research

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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 support research pursuits. […]


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The College of Liberal Arts encourages academic excellence that strengthens and expands our knowledge of the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and performing arts. You will find curricula designed to broaden horizons and enrich the quality of life, as well as help produce informed and responsible citizens. Mapping your Future in Liberal Arts Advising Majors […]

Ongoing Initiatives

Diversity Committees | Description: Within the College of Liberal Arts there are two types of diversity committees. The first is at the Dean’s level and the second is at the department level. The Dean’s diversity committee is made up of representatives from the departmental diversity committees. These committees exist to stimulate programs, share successful strategies, […]

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 be […]

Typical Budget Categories

Salaries and Wages Detail by months of effort given per person per year toward the project.  SRS can assist you with salary information. In addition to the PI and co-PIs and senior researchers, will you have a separate project director or administrative personnel?  A multimedia or lab specialist? Will you have any graduate or undergraduate […]

TAMU Library

The Library has 5 facilities plus an online library with ~4 million volumes and 400,000 e-books and offers tremendous resources beyond publications.  Experts will assist you in how to best search information, educate you on available resources and research subject and class guides, and you can request a tour. You can request a resource, In […]

College of Liberal Arts celebrates 50 years

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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 College of Liberal Arts serves a critical educational purpose in producing […]

Climate and Inclusion Committee Members

Wayne Smith, Associate Professor, Anthropology Lori Wright, Professor, Anthropology Josh Heuman, Instructional Assistant Professor, Communication Tasha Dubriwny, Associate Professor, Communication Alexandra Schuur Sousa, Graduate Student, Communication Chelsi Bass, Assistant to the Department Head, Economics Amy Glass, Associate Professor, Economics Terence Hoagwood, Professor, English Boosung Kim, Graduate Assistant, English Rosalinda Aregullin, Senior Academic Advisor I, Hispanic […]

Faculty and staff recognized for upholding veteran-friendly environment


The Texas A&M Veteran Resource and Support Center is recognizing three College of Liberal Arts staff and faculty members for their contributions to the University’s veteran-friendly campus. This recognition is coordinated by the Veteran Resource and Support Center’s new Faculty, Staff & Advisor Veteran Support Recognition Program which allows graduating veteran students to identify certain […]