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

In the spirit of all things scientific, occasionally explosive and all-around inspirational, the Department of Chemistry is gearing up to host the 34th annual Chemistry Open House and Science Exploration Gallery on Saturday, October 15.

In this piece for The Conversation, Adam Seipp from the Department of History shares how unjust comparisons to the Holocaust can trivialize its horror.

Sheela Athreya, professor of anthropology, has been honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her scientific contributions.

Two-thirds of the Texas A&M University faculty members selected this year for Fulbright Scholarships reside in the College of Arts and Sciences.

It's an opportunity to celebrate the culture and contributions of the Hispanic and Latino population in the U.S., says Texas A&M history professor Felipe Hinojosa.

A recently awarded collaborative research project will standardize how scientific data is described.

Senior computer engineering and mathematics major Kevin Yao '23 is one of two Texas A&M students selected to receive $10,000 Astronaut Scholarship Foundation awards honoring the nation's best and brightest scholars in STEM.

Texas A&M professor says Hispanics are the future of Texas and state leaders must act to address socioeconomic disparities.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the College of Arts and Sciences talks to History Associate Professor Sonia Hernández about the nonprofit public history project she helped found.

Long waits can discourage future voting, a Texas A&M history professor says.

Scripps Research biochemist Peter Schultz is set to receive the 2022 A.I. Scott Medal for Excellence in Biological Chemistry Research honoring the late Texas A&M chemist A. Ian Scott and his 30-year career of pioneering achievement.

For the past decade, Texas A&M Arts and Sciences outreach efforts have featured a familiar face — the Chemistry mole. Learn more about the mole from the man currently behind this unique Texas A&M tradition, award-winning chemistry educator Daniel Collins.

Professors in the College of Arts and Sciences analyze a system of ocean currents that is slowing over time and may cause abnormal weather.

Texas A&M physicist Olga Kocharovskaya has been selected to receive the 2023 APS Ramsey Prize, awarded annually to recognize outstanding contributions to atomic, molecular and optical physics as well as precision tests of fundamental laws and symmetries.

Texas A&M Geography’s Wendy Jepson is leading a partnership with AgriLife Research and Extension and the University of North Texas to advance sustainable stormwater management.

Professors in the Department of Communication and Journalism address comments made on social media regarding the casting for the 2023 remake of “The Little Mermaid.”

Brett Graham ’87 ’92 has parlayed his love of science into a rewarding career in marketing and technology.