August 19, 2020
A Story Waiting to be Written
Every College of Liberal Arts student has a story waiting to be written, as proven by former English major Kathi Appelt.
Putting Out Fires: How Tim Coombs Blazed a Trail in Crisis Communication
Tim Coombs, communication professor and holder of the George T. and Gladys Abell Professorship in Liberal Arts, is blazing a trail in crisis communications research used globally.
That’s History: Preserving the Past for Texas A&M’s Future
Retired director of the Cushing Library and Texas A&M University archivist, David Chapman ‘67, spent his professional career preserving the truth about Texas A&M’s past. In retirement, he’s investing in Texas A&M’s future.
We Are Liberal Arts
If we are what we do, then the students and faculty who participate in these traveling education programs are better informed liberal arts advocates thanks to the donors who support them.
Freshman Innovation Group: Empowering First-Generation Students by Building a Learning Community
This learning community empowers first-generation students in the College of Liberal Arts to overcome imposter syndrome while helping ease financial burden.
Bringing Light to the Food Industry
Amanda Light ’18, owner of Ronin Farm & Restaurant, proves that the College of Liberal Arts can empower entrepreneurs with a recipe for a successful innovation and entrepreneurship program. Plus she provides a Ronin original recipe!
2020 Liberal Arts Bookmarks
Reviews of a few good reads from people in and around the College of Liberal Arts, featuring a reading list from Dean Matthews!