December 27, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic forced houses of worship that closed their doors to adapt to digital media and provide services online in new, engaging ways.
December 16, 2021
In this piece for The Conversation, the Department of English's Maura Ives discusses "the hardest-working woman in the North Pole."
January 14, 2021
A new study from a team including a Texas A&M archaeologist shows that the extinct species popularized by "Game of Thrones" was only a distant relative of today’s wolves.
November 18, 2020
An editorial co-written by Idia Thurston from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences is featured on CNN.com.
November 13, 2020
Michael Koch, an associate professor with the Department of Political Science, talks to Buzzfeed News.
November 11, 2020
By Katie James ’20 When Stephen O’Shea started researching the Iraq and Afghanistan wars at Texas A&M University eight years ago, he had no idea the journey it would take him on. A Ph.D., a book, and a documentary later, O’Shea has become a voice for veterans, telling their stories to bridge the gap […]
October 30, 2020
Department of Anthropology's Anna Linderholm and a team of researchers examined dog DNA to learn about movement and patterns of ancient dogs and their relationship with humans.
October 21, 2020
The award is given jointly by the women's former student network and the Office of the President.
October 2, 2020
Joan Wolf, from the Women's and Gender Studies Program, objects to a recent study that says no amount of caffeine is safe for expectant mothers.
September 23, 2020
Defne Över from the Department of Sociology has received the Montague-CTE Scholars Award. This recognition is celebrating its 30th year.