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See the Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences news from March 2023.

Make a date for free family fun and experience the Texas A&M Physics and Engineering Festival featuring hands-on demonstrations, keynote talks, a legendary Texas-sized five-barrel depth charge and much more!

The state senator born into slavery embodied the social and political currents of Southern Reconstruction. Why did it take so long to bring his story into the spotlight?

McCullagh will visit the Texas A&M campus as the guest speaker for the biennial Emanuel Parzen Prize Lecture Series, sponsored by the Texas A&M Department of Statistics.

From engineering to the humanities, experts agree that artificial intelligence technology is here to stay. But how can we maximize its benefits while avoiding ethical pitfalls and unintended consequences?

While the nature of being born into a family of medical professionals may be a partial reason the Nguyen brothers chose to major in biology, they credit the nurture of the Science Leadership Scholars Program for their current success in Aggieland.

Supported by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, ArtSci faculty member Hoi-eun Kim is writing a book on Japanese doctors in Korea during occupation.

Texas A&M history professor Terry Anderson and fellow experts in politics, government and philanthropy reflect on the 39th president’s legacy.

Texas A&M sociology professor Joan Wolf breaks down the negative implications of fatphobia and how it impacts certain societal relationships and perceptions.

Harvard chemist and National Academy of Sciences member Daniel G. Nocera is set to be presented with the 2023 F.A. Cotton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Research honoring the late Texas A&M chemist Dr. F. Albert Cotton and his pioneering career.

Join the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research for two upcoming talks showcasing English and history scholars and their research on current issues in social sciences and the humanities.

Texas A&M anthropology professor Shelley Wachsmann and his team recently published a study highlighting the discovery of a hidden harbor off the coast of Israel that may have been referenced in the Bible.

Join us for some free math- and stat-inspired fun at the 2023 Texas A&M Mathematics and Statistics Fair featuring mentored problem-solving, games, mathematical arts and crafts, puzzles, a prize raffle and other activities.

Brown noise has amassed a considerable social media following, based on its alleged cognitive benefits associated with ADHD. Despite the lack of evidence to support its impact, one Texas A&M professor says there are a multitude of different practices that can also help ease the disorder’s effects.

With program expenses rapidly rising as baby boomers retire and health care costs grow, Texas A&M economists warn that our elected representatives cannot avoid making hard decisions that involve increasing taxes, reducing benefits or both.

Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Stephen DeCasien was invited to the site of an astounding discovery off the coast of Sicily but couldn’t go due to pandemic restrictions at the time, so he did the next best thing.

Hiroko Kitajima, a 2010 Texas A&M geology Ph.D. graduate, was honored with the Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Research Prize for her excellence in scientific discovery and research, specifically in the field of experimental rock and soil mechanics.

Five College of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff are among the university’s 25 recipients of the 2023 Distinguished Achievement Award recognizing exemplary efforts in a variety of categories crucial to campus-wide excellence.

Researchers are turning to computer models, drones and other methods to improve tornado forecasting.

Darensbourg, a University Distinguished Professor and National Academy of Sciences member, is being recognized by the Southeastern Conference for extraordinary achievement in teaching and research.

The Indian Institute of Technology's Satya Sundar Sethy will visit the Texas A&M campus March 30 to deliver the Fulbright Outreach Lecture chronicling engineering ethics development in India.

The Department of English’s Hai In Jo was among 12 graduate students selected to develop and present digital research projects contributing to public humanities scholarship at the 2023 Public Humanities Incubator Showcase in January.

The 18th annual event on April 3 will feature excerpts from Pérez’s poetry collections and a talk on writing process rooted in family stories and community learning.

Women’s and Gender Studies faculty members Theresa Morris and Tasha Dubriwny offer their perspectives on Women’s History Month and tips to maximize its meaning beyond March in pursuit of gender equality.

Cobbs, a "New York Times" bestselling non-fiction history author, talks feminism and women's history following the publication of her ninth book, “Fearless Women: Feminist Patriots from Abigail Adams to Beyoncé.”

Dr. Jodie Lutkenhaus and Dr. Daniel Tabor have discovered a groundbreaking 1,000% increase in the storage capacity of water-based battery electrodes — a step toward lithium-free batteries allowing for better control over the domestic supply chain.