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See the Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences stories from June 2022.

What turns a natural occurrence into a disaster? According to history Ph.D student Ian Seavey, the answer is human action.

Emily Pentzer, an associate professor in Texas A&M Materials Science and Engineering and Texas A&M Chemistry, has been named a finalist for the 2022 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists in Physical Sciences & Engineering, one of three such annual awards that honor the achievements and potential of rising researchers.

In the wake of another school shooting, a Texas A&M expert says it’s important for parents to be honest and supportive as they help their children process the disturbing news.

Using Zoom, David Tarvin led a Texas-Costa Rica cultural exchange focused on making the world a better place.

A queer former student uses his experiences at Texas A&M University to make a difference in Aggieland and beyond.

Texas A&M Professor of History Adam Seipp says the landings on the beaches of Nazi-occupied France were a critical moment in World War II – but not in the way many think.

Learn more about Kelly, his collection, and the importance of housing these invaluable resources at Texas A&M University.

Here are 10 perfect spots for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the Aggie spirit in Aggieland this summer.

A sea turtle nest containing approximately 45 hatching Kemp’s ridley eggs was discovered, and turtles successfully made their way to the water.

The Department of Geology and Geophysics is expanding educational opportunities for students, providing new certificate program.

Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center are predicting above-average hurricane activity this year, giving 2022 the seventh consecutive above-average hurricane season.

Road rage fatalities are at unprecedented levels. Clinical psychologist and professor, Shereece Fields, talks through the psychological processes of impulsivity and what we can do to mitigate our aggression while driving.

In response to a request from the committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, professor of communication Jennifer Mercieca provided a written statement on the former president's use of language.

Texas A&M faculty and staff reflect on the landmark legislation.