Texas A&M's Center for Teaching Excellence recognized newly credentialed faculty at a ceremony this month.
The teaching site's first classes began in January 2021.
Over the course of three careers, the music-lover, grandfather and former dean of Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School has developed and shared a unique approach to transformational leadership.
Courtney Eeds ’22, Anna Fedewa ’22 and Caitlin Garcia ’22 were named recipients of the 2022 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.
As the academic heart of Texas A&M, the College of Arts and Sciences will provide world-class teaching, research, service and resources.
Jackson Bolick ’23 discovered how to make his dream career a reality through his involvement on an Innovation[X] research team.
The ranking measured the quality of education, affordability and outcomes of 671 schools across the nation.
In 1947, 36 freshmen with a desire to promote unity and focus on military precision formed the competitive rifle drill squad.
A native of Hoopeston, Ill., Sinn attended Southern Methodist University before transferring to Texas A&M where he developed a deep love for Aggieland and a life-long passion for Aggie Athletics.
Annabel Perry '22 graduates Saturday with a degree in biology.