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

Three College of Science faculty are among the university's 24 recipients of the 2022 Distinguished Achievement Award recognizing exemplary efforts in teaching, research, student relations, graduate mentoring, administration, staff, and extension/outreach/continuing education/professional development.

Texas A&M Science takes great pride in celebrating three of its finest - Gregory Fuller, James Lalonde and Carl McAfee - as the college's most recent inductees into its Academy of Distinguished Former Students.

Inspired by his passion for science and entrepreneurship, Texas A&M chemistry graduate and 2002 Academy of Distinguished Former Students honoree Dr. Jan Troup '74 established the world's first company to offer commercial X-ray diffraction services. Now, he's creating a planned gift to support innovative students and faculty in Texas A&M Science.

Texas A&M junior biology major Joseph Chen '23 has been named a 2022 Goldwater Scholar by the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and research potential - one of 54 Texas A&M students selected to date for the prestigious honor since the initial scholarship was issued in 1989.

Two Texas A&M Science graduate programs along with four specialty programs are listed among the nation's top 10 for public institutions in the U.S. News & World Report "2023 Best Graduate Schools" report, the publication's first national survey of graduate programs in the sciences since 2019.

Congratulations to 2001 Texas A&M chemistry Ph.D. graduate and new faculty member Lane Baker, who has been appointed as the inaugural holder of the Dr. Carl McAfee '90 Endowed Chair in Analytical Chemistry at Texas A&M.

Harvard University chemist, National Academy of Sciences member, and current Kavli Foundation president Cynthia Friend has been selected to receive the 2022 F.A. Cotton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Research, presented jointly by Texas A&M Chemistry and the Texas A&M Section of the American Chemical Society to honor the late Texas A&M chemist Albert Cotton.

Texas A&M and its partners in the Giant Magellan Telescope have awarded renowned Spain-based engineering and architecture firm IDOM a contract to complete the final telescope enclosure design by 2024.

The Department of International Studies invites Hans Boas, a leading expert on German-speaking Texans, to Texas A&M University.

The discussion served as an introduction to the Department of Liberal Arts’ history conference “The Second Wave: Revolutionary Women of Color.”

Here are eight signs that spring has sprung in Aggieland! Can you find them all?

Philosophy professor Claire Katz helped AXS TV unravel the mystery of what happened to The Dixie Chicks.

This one time event offers a rare opportunity to meet leaders behind an unforgettable era in civil rights history.

Two professors in the Department of Communication answer questions about journalism within the war in Ukraine.

Attica Locke will discuss her award winning novels and screenwriting works as part of the Brazos Valley reads initiative at 7pm on April 6.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine highlights how social media and online communication have added new dynamics to age-old patterns of information warfare, Texas A&M experts explain.

Martha Cotera is one of three women of color telling their stories of activism at a historic event titled “The Second Wave: Revolutionary Women of Color.”

A recent study shows that gender roles may not have equalized as much as we think.

Yvonne Swan is one of three women of color telling their stories of activism at a historic event titled The Second Wave: Revolutionary Women of Color.

Caleb Ward ‘22, began the journey of publishing his debut novel “Downfall” as a freshman.

In some parts of Texas, giving birth requires driving hundreds of miles.

Frances Beal is one of three women of color telling their stories of activism at a historic event titled “The Second Wave: Revolutionary Women of Color.”

Texas Sea Grant is seeking applications, due April 1.

The Geochemical Society bestows the honor on one scientist per year.

Texas A&M oceanographer Dr. Steven DiMarco will lead the new research consortium.

Both awards recognize extraordinary scientific contributions.

Two Texas A&M Oceanography graduate students received $2000 scholarships to further their research and studies.

Executive and Legislative Host Office placements mark the beginning of the Knauss fellowship for Lauren Howe-Kerr and Ed Higgins