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.
The author will discuss her novel-in-verse 'The Poet X' Feb. 25 at Texas A&M as part of the Brazos Valley Reads initiative.
Faculty members shared their knowledge with the public on topics related to education and health at the fourth annual event.
Twelve Texas A&M researchers will present on topics related to health and education in a series of five-minute presentations.
A team of school administration experts from the College of Education & Human Development is helping Southwest ISD better serve its diverse student body.