The university is helping students identify and establish careers where they can put their extensive research-based skills to work, particularly in serving the public interest.
A Texas A&M video game designer and scholar says video game play among students should be expanded during the school day.
New research confirms the work of a Texas A&M professor that showed the chemicals used to soak the wood of violins and other instruments produced their amazing sound.
Regardless of the institution, a Texas A&M study found Texas Latinx males share similar educational experiences. Understanding those shared challenges could help improve those students' academic success.
A recent study co-authored by a Texas A&M associate professor examines the state's initiative to broaden high schools sending students to public colleges in Texas.
Professor of Philosophy Claire Katz is one of just 10 honorees statewide.
The three-year grants will support outstanding scholarship in the colleges of Liberal Arts and Architecture.
A free mobile app provides a 'location-aware' musical experience to visitors as they move throughout The Gardens at Texas A&M.
Jennifer Mercieca was recognized as a Category Award Winner in the area of government and politics.
A Texas A&M program is supporting rural school districts and early college programs.