A study by professor Michael Waters shows that tools made by some of North America’s earliest inhabitants were made only during a 300-year period.
The Jack K. Williams Administration Building, Harrington Education Center, Albritton Bell Tower and the dome of the Academic Building will be lit Monday at the flagship campus.
A Texas A&M education expert says that traditional approaches to selecting children for gifted education opportunities over-identify students from privileged backgrounds.
Texas A&M professors say the liberal arts are an important part of curriculum whether children are learning from school or at home this year.
Fellows from Class of 2015 serve as narrators for new videos about research projects recognized for their creativity and scholarly value.
A Texas A&M biologist says he believes he has identified a portrait of the person who discovered and named the cell, and explains why it may have been suppressed by a scientific rival.
In 'Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America,' Texas A&M graduate Caleb McDaniel shares the story of a black woman who sued her captor after surviving kidnapping and re-enslavement.
Three-year grants provide faculty members with funding to support scholarship or creative work.
Professor Laura Mandell is leading the charge at Texas A&M.
Many student musicians who learned from Maslanka as freshmen will perform his last symphony as seniors.