September 1, 2022
HISTORY IN THE MAKING: A New College of Arts and Sciences in Aggieland
Fall 2022 marks a new beginning for multiple academic units at Texas A&M University, but perhaps most of all for the new College of Arts and Sciences, which officially launches today (Sept. 1).
December 27, 2021
When Churches Closed, Religious Leaders Turned To Tech
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 12, 2021
Bec Morris ’23: Writing a Legacy
Bec Morris ‘23 was empowered to pursue their passion for journalism. Now, Morris is an Aggie writer who has a legacy to fulfill.
September 24, 2021
Celebrating Three Years of Friendship: A Ring Day Story
Thankful for the friendship and support she’s received through her scholarship, Therese Wales ‘22 is celebrating her Ring Day with her scholarship donor Helen Jenswold.
June 20, 2018
Kids engage with deep questions at Texas A&M University’s philosophy summer camp
Questions are encouraged at Texas A&M University's Philosophy for Children summer camp, which closed out its third year Friday. During the course of the week, 50 middle school and high school students discussed and considered various philosophical topics from politics and government to education.
June 19, 2018
Montana Burial Site Answers Questions About Early Humans
By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Marketing And Communications Scientists have shown that at the Anzick site in Montana – the only known Clovis burial site – the skeletal remains of a young child and the antler and stone artifacts found there were buried at the same time, raising new questions about the early inhabitants […]
May 2, 2018
Study Abroad While Broadening Study
The No. 1 public university for study abroad poises its students to be active in a global society.
January 9, 2018
Anthropology Researcher Makes List Of Discover Magazine Top Stories For 2017
A research team that included a Texas A&M University anthropologist who determined the fossil remains discovered last year in a South African cave almost certainly coexisted with early Homo sapiens has been named one of Discover magazine’s “Top 100 Stories for 2017.”
December 15, 2017
Making the Makers: Pilot program, developed by A&M, gives kids at Neal Elementary tools to pursue STEM
Dr. Schlegel is using psychology to change how local children see themselves - as scientists and engineers!
December 11, 2017
Brazos County Juvenile Services to get rehabilitation help from Department of Psychology
Brazos County approves plan to allow doctoral students to do psychological assessments.