Our Faculty Are Making Great Strides
The College of Liberal Arts comprises faculty and staff who dedicate themselves to providing a transformational learning experience for our students, conducting research that changes fields of study, and fostering inclusive and welcoming learning environments and workplaces. Together, we are all fulfilling our college motto of "Knowledge for Life" through our research, teaching, support, service, and outreach.
We can continue to be successful because of the contributions of our outstanding employees. Our faculty are leaders in their fields and have brought Liberal Arts education to the forefront of Texas A&M. Our dedicated staff provide the outstanding support needed for student and faculty success. We invite you to learn more about the resources we offer to facilitate their academic and research initiatives.
April 17, 2018
Women's work hasn't been hidden. It just hasn't been seen.
April 16, 2018
Senior economics major Jack Milligan embodied the Aggie value of selfless service when he helped save the life of a stranger as a blood donor.
April 10, 2018
For 28 years, the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA), in partnership with the Nautical Archaeology Program from Texas A&M University, has opened its doors to the Bryan-College Station community for Shipwreck Weekend to introduce the public to nautical archaeology and showcase their important research.
April 4, 2018
Texas A&M University today recognized five of its most outstanding faculty members with one of its highest honors: the title of University Distinguished Professor.
April 3, 2018
The 2018 Fallon-Marshall Lecture, titled No More Hidden Figures: Race, Ethnicity, and the Early Days of the Space Program, was held on Monday, April 2, at 4 p.m., in the Rudder Forum.
Researchers found that early settlers in the emerging ice-free corridor of interior western Canada were traveled north to Alaska, not south from Alaska, as previously interpreted. The study shows that early humans in western Canada and Alaska were descendant of Clovis (the first settlers of North America) and they used the same type of weapons to hunt for food.
April 2, 2018
Undergraduate and graduate students of professor of philosophy Claire Katz’s Philosophy for Children (P4C) class and laboratory are helping to lead thoughtful philosophical discussions and interactive activities among youth in local schools, after-school programs and summer camps.
March 29, 2018
What are you currently researching? My primary research is on the politics of monetary policy. I am interested in understanding how politics affects the behavior of central banks, and most recently that’s meant a focus on the Federal Reserve System in the US. Did you grow up wanting to become a political scientist? Jazz performance […]