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


New multidisciplinary research led by Texas A&M scientists used an integrated approach to show the economic advantage of treating contaminated groundwater in Central Mexico.

Fall 2022 marks a new beginning for multiple academic units at Texas A&M University, but perhaps most of all for the new College of Arts and Sciences, which officially launched Sept. 1.

Texas A&M scientists join $3-million NASA-funded research project testing and improving robots’ ability to assist planetary explorations.

As the temperature in public schools and libraries reaches Fahrenheit 451, Texas A&M University faculty weigh in on the ongoing topic.

College of Arts and Sciences faculty are working collaboratively with colleagues across the state in a Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board project to improve introductory courses for institutions and the students they serve.

Texas A&M Psychological and Brain Sciences professors address the pros and cons of a hybrid work week and the broader effects of remote work on both workers and the workplace.

Texas A&M senior international studies major Mia Mercer ‘23 shares her experience studying abroad in Spain this past spring.

A Texas A&M history professor reflects on the monarch's death and its potential effects.

Texas A&M chemists Emily Pentzer and David Powers are playing critical roles in the Department of Energy-funded Breakthrough Electrolytes for Energy Storage Energy Frontier Research Center, which focuses on designing and developing new electrolytes for energy storage.

A multi-institution team of researchers featuring two Texas A&M chemists has been awarded $1.8 million from the National Science Foundation to establish a research center focused on revolutionizing nanocrystal discovery and design with applications in a variety of areas, such as disease treatments and sustainable energy platforms.

Atmospheric scientist Andrew Dessler testified before a congressional subcommittee Tuesday regarding the Public Lands and Waters Climate Leadership Act of 2022.

A study in the United Kingdom found that COVID-19 may decrease brain volume. Texas A&M neuroscientist Jessica Bernard explains the implications for those who have been infected, including an estimated one in three Americans since January 2020.

Texas A&M Department of Anthropology Professor Cynthia Werner shares how someone she never met, Mikhail Gorbachev, helped influence her life and career.

Texas A&M Oceanography’s third annual Schade Cruise took a new group of undergraduate students out to deeper waters on a five-day cruise in the Gulf of Mexico.

Texas A&M Professor Steven Smith shares creative problem-solving insights and how to apply them to your life and studies.