January 13, 2023
Ryan Faulkner ’23: Finding Your Passion
2021 University Studies graduate Ryan Faulkner ’23 found his home and career calling in sports journalism while at Texas A&M University.
December 14, 2022
Lia Musgrave ‘19: Blazing A Trail For Women In Sports
As a woman in sports media, Lia Musgrave ’19 has had to work hard to make her voice heard — and she’s certain her perseverance will help define a new era for the future of women in the industry.
November 19, 2022
Josh Byerly ‘99: An Aggie With A Story To Tell
As the former voice of NASA and current vice president and chief communications officer for SLB, 1999 Texas A&M journalism graduate Josh Byerly has made a career out of telling a good story.
March 31, 2022
COMM Returns to Italy
After nearly three years of setbacks due to COVID-19, COMM students can now register before the August 1 priority deadline to study abroad in Italy in Spring 2023.
February 28, 2022
Collaboration and Creativity Meet Up in the Media and Gaming Lab
Conversations happen in the Lab. While the equipment is important, building a creative community as a safe space for students and faculty is objective No. 1.
February 27, 2022
When the Church Went Digital – Professor Leads Research on the Rise of Remote Worship
Churches and religious organizations faced struggles moving to virtual formats at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
December 3, 2021
Defining ‘Serving’ in A&M’s new Hispanic Serving Institution status
A&M recently announced the university had achieved Hispanic Serving Institution designation by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Professors and graduate faculty reflect on what it means to serve Hispanic and Latinx Aggies moving forward.
October 19, 2021
On The Grind
Scholars and athletes break down life in the spotlight while prioritizing mental health, and how life experiences connect to academic research, teaching and in the classroom.
September 17, 2021
Public Health Messaging during Coronavirus Pandemic
Health communication researchers weigh in on why health messaging – and how to communicate effectively – has never been more important. Tragic news of a Texas A&M student's death from COVID-19 complications prompted a campus protest calling for administrators to increase safety measures including more online learning options.
May 27, 2021
Graduate students create a safe place for scholars to share lived realities
Department of Communication graduate students planned the 2021 Communicating Diversity Student Conference where undergraduate and graduate student scholars from Hawaii to Texas to Massachusetts presented their work on collective healing, the theme for this year’s conference.