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See the Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences news from November 2022.

Texas A&M scientists’ research shows that two identical-looking olive ridley sea turtles may follow very different paths.

Congratulations to Arts and Sciences graduates Maj. Kenneth Bell '10, Keegan Bradley, M.D. '10, Andrew Wipke '10 and Liang Feng '20 — new members of the Texas A&M University 12 Under 12 Young Alumni Spotlight recognizing Aggies who have graduated within the past 12 years and are leading by example in both business and service.

The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to join Texas A&M and institutions across the nation in recognizing first-generation students as part of First-Generation Week 2022, set for Nov. 7-11.

Catie Kaylor ’23 contributed to major research on “forever chemicals” in oysters during a 2021 REU in Florida and conducted colloidal trace metals research at Texas A&M this year.

Karan Watson, Provost Emeritus and a Regents Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M, will present the 2022-2023 Ethel Ashworth-Tsutsui Memorial Lecture, set for 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, via Zoom.

A Texas A&M-led team of researchers is using carbon dioxide and table salt to make 3D-printed polymers more environmentally friendly through a process that allows the polymers to naturally degrade over time.

This Veterans Day, almost 82,000 American soldiers, from WWII through to the Gulf Wars, are still missing or unaccounted for.

Texas A&M Arts and Sciences has dedicated $600,000 to support interdisciplinary research activities and encourage novel collaborations among faculty within its 18 academic departments and dozens of centers and institutes.

A professor of history explains that most modern Thanksgiving traditions began in the mid-19th century, more than two centuries after the Pilgrims’ first harvest celebration.

As the former voice of NASA and current vice president and chief communications officer for SLB, 1999 Texas A&M journalism graduate Josh Byerly has made a career out of telling a good story.

College of Arts and Sciences research scientist Nandita Chaudhuri is leading a team working to determine how best to support Texas informal caregivers.

Texas A&M oceanographers recently returned from a four-day research cruise collecting samples in the Gulf of Mexico and near the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.

Texas A&M chemist John Gladysz discusses global differences in premedical preparation and the prospect that one size of chemistry education may not fit all in an invited editorial in "Science."

The College of Arts and Science associate professor of economics joins the 2022-2023 cohort for advancing IHS's mission through research and public engagement.

A National Institutes of Health-funded project led by Texas A&M statistician Yang Ni will help with cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.