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.
The “Wired Study Tips” series has been selected as featured content on the main iTunes U store this week.
John Miller Morris was awarded the second annual Robert A. Calvert Prize at the 2008 meeting of the Texas State Historical Association.
Mullins established the Lt. Col Willard Levin President’s Endowed Scholarship in the Texas A&M Foundation.
At 74, McDermott’s face speaks of experience, its lines a road map of all the places he’s seen and people he has known.
With Clayton Wheat Williams Jr., what you see is what you get, and then some, for he is many things to many people.