More than 85 high school students from across the state have come to Texas A&M University to take part in the Texas Governor’s School in Arts and Humanities for Urban Leadership.
The Texas A&M University Libraries has acquired a collection of rare books about treating animals and animal care, with some of the books nearly 500 years old.
Stimson, a senior business honors major, will share his sunshiny tunes at 6 p.m. Friday at the Theta House for the public event Theta Fiesta.
Texas A&M University researchers working to restore the hull of La Belle, a light frigate recovered from its underwater grave, are using an unconventional method to preserve the pieces.
Linda Muhl, a retired English teacher from Dr. John Horn High School has been selected as the summer recipient of the Texas A&M University Inspiration Award for Exceptional Secondary Education.
Approximately 38 high school students are getting a jump on college this summer through the Aggie-STEM Summer Experience at Texas A&M University.
New uniform education standards in math and English language arts for all public school students in grades K-12 were announced Wednesday.
A new four-story building dedicated to the arts and humanities will soon grace the Texas A&M University campus landscape.
Joseph Nagyvary, a professor emeritus of biochemistry, first theorized in 1976 that chemicals used on the instruments – not merely the wood and the construction – are responsible for the distinctive sound of these violins.
Grant Simpson, the 2008 Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year, was presented with the Always Expect More of Aggie Teachers Award.