Bryan ISD students demonstrated technology-infused science projects, part of a research project by Francis Quek, Texas A&M professor of visualization, to tech and education leaders at a New York conference.
A Texas A&M professor says altering the fingerboard and returning to original woods will produce sounds to rival a Stradivarius.
Interdisciplinary students and faculty in the College of Architecture will share studio and education space at COA North
Matthew Luhn’s Feb. 25 keynote at Texas A&M will explore the growth of in film in the early 1990’s and how the industry continues to change.
The Fallon-Marshall Lecture series will showcase distinguished faculty to discuss “Trust in the Age of Social Media.”
Texas A&M's Psychology Clinic provides accessible, affordable mental health services to the Bryan-College Station community.
A Texas A&M-led research team used narrative inquiry to shed light on the differences teachers made in the lives of STEM students in Houston.
‘Bowling Alone’ author Robert D. Putnam will discuss how the United States can recover its sense of community during a Feb. 6 lecture at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M researchers will focus on topics impacting today’s society in a series of five-minute presentations at the Ice House on Main in Downtown Bryan Feb. 6.
An architecture professor is helping to determine the original colors of Bermuda's historic homes, some of which are 300 years old.