The capstone research project by Bush School graduate students was recently cited in a White House Presidential Memorandum.
The discussion served as an introduction to the Department of Liberal Arts’ history conference “The Second Wave: Revolutionary Women of Color.”
A Texas A&M English professor examines how poems and stories about Mrs. Claus spoke to women's central role in the Christmas holiday.
The symposium will address the future of Afghan women after the fall of Kabul.
The Smithsonian Women's History Act will establish a museum dedicated solely to women. Texas A&M historians discuss which American women they think should be recognized.
In 1968, Betty Miller Unterberger became the first woman to hold the position of full professor at the university.
Four Texas A&M leaders discussed their experiences as part of a Student Government Association "Maroon Table Talk."
The virtual symposium will bring together internationally recognized policymakers, practitioners and academics who have worked to ensure the increased participation of women in matters of national security.
A Texas A&M adult education professor found that one of the top motivations among prison educators was the need to change the criminal justice system.
What branding barriers exist for female athletes and how we can move past them?