Andrea Roberts received a $50,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to support her work documenting post-Civil War black settlements, Freedman’s Towns and urban enclaves.
Texas A&M researchers are paving the way for new treatments that reduce fear and its relapse after therapy.
A book by Texas A&M’s Lorien Foote describes a moment during the Civil War when the U.S. flag brought comfort and cause for celebration to Union soldiers.
Why is the desire to live as your ‘true self’ so appealing when a true self might not exist?
Three-year grants will support scholarly or creative projects in African studies, architecture, communication, English, history, international studies, law and sociology.
Andrew Cagle, a Brooklyn-based documentary filmmaker, put his international studies degree to work in covering major international news events.
Harold Adams, a College of Architecture graduate in the class of 1961 who joined Texas A&M's faculty in 2018, will receive an honorary doctorate during spring commencement.
Five questions about the Notre Dame fire with Zachary Stewart, an assistant architecture professor and architectural historian at Texas A&M.
More than 400 former students and friends of professor Rodney Hill gathered at the Ice House on Main in Bryan to celebrate the renowned architect, environmental psychologist and futurist.
Author Colson Whitehead will discuss his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ‘The Underground Railroad’ April 9 at Texas A&M Brazos Valley Reads initiative.