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  • What’s love got to do with it?

    Anthropology associate professor Jeff Winking conducts research on marriage among indigenous people in Nicaragua.

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    A sweet reward

    Anthropology professor Vaughn Bryant was Regent Professor by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on November 15--the highest honor bestowed within the Texas A&M University System.

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    A port in the storm

    We honor Veteran's Day by talking to former College of Liberal Arts student Stephen O’Shea '13, who is making a documentary with his friend and veteran Navy rescue swimmer Taylor Grieger to raise awareness of veteran suicides.

  • Watson, the adVIZEor

    When Bryce Watson '16 was on a study abroad trip in Beijing, China he saw a need for organized communication amongst factory workers about working conditions and created "Vize".

  • “Healthcare in Crisis”

    "Healthcare in Crisis" is the newest book by Dr. Theresa Morris, Professor of Sociology, that focuses on how one hospital is affected by changes from the Affordable Care Act over a three year period.

  • Happy Skeptics Day, I guess

    Skepticism is most often used as a term for people who think we should doubt everything, and that it’s impossible to know anything at all.

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    Applications now open for ACES Fellows Program

    Texas A&M University’s Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Fellows Program is a faculty pipeline initiative that connects outstanding early scholars with academic departments on campus. ACES Fellows are afforded access to an invaluable academic and professional development experience that works to advance their careers as scholars. It is possible that some ACES Fellows will […]

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    The Public Policy Research Institute turns 35

    To celebrate 35 years of impacting public policy through unbiased scientific research, the Public Policy Research Institute will hold a conference on November 5 at the George Hotel in College Station.

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    Join us for the 2018 Common Ground Reading Initiative event

    The College of Liberal Arts and the Aggie Agora proudly presents the 2018 Common Ground Reading Initiative on Monday, October 22, 2018, at 5:30 p.m. in Rudder Forum. Five faculty members will discuss the book from their various disciplines.

  • Mercieca takes TribFest

    This year, Jennifer Mercieca of the Department of Communication has been invited to participate in two events at 'TribFest' on Saturday, September 29, 2018.