The Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University is changing the name of their Autism clinic.
The U.S. Department of Education (DoE) has awarded the 2012 Investing in Innovation Fund (I3) to Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development.
With over 800 student organizations at Texas A&M University, it can be tough to stand out and spread your message. But after an internship with Be The Match, Taylor Whittaker was inspired and ready to take on the challenge.
If you were anywhere near Wolf Pen Creek this past weekend, chances are you may have heard singing or the beat of drums. Those who attended Worldfest had an opportunity to go on an African Safari.
Texas A&M recently hosted a group of 19 high school English teachers from Hangzhou, China, as they participated in a professional development program organized by the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
One in 88 children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder by age 8, according to a recent study by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention – a rate that has risen far above the 2006 estimate of one in 110.
Recent special education graduate Morgan Baker ’12 knows the value of her college education and she wants to shout it from the rooftops.
A Texas A&M University program is providing Aggie health and kinesiology majors with invaluable hands-on training for their future careers, while also giving local children with disabilities a venue for exercise and entertainment.
The idea of the “Tiger Mom,” illustrated in Amy Chua’s book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, has catapulted the issue of parenting styles across cultures into public consciousness.
From helping you create healthy grocery lists to acting as your own personal trainer, there really is an app for that.
Just like yeast is the key ingredient to making bread rise, studies have shown that a good teacher-student relationship is the key ingredient to producing student achievement.
There is no such thing as an innocent bystander. Bullying involves more than just the bully and the victim. It also involves bystanders – those who witness acts of bullying. When a bystander chooses not to intervene, the bully wins.
A collaborative partnership between the Texas Autism Collaborative (TAC) at the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University and Easter Seals East Texas is providing local children with autism support services.
A vision that began as part of a self-directed study at Texas A&M University by Sterling Leija '03 has now served more than 550 children with disabilities throughout Texas.
Laura Stough has a passion for preparing responders in disaster situations to provide top-notch care for individuals with disabilities and functional needs. In the wake of the Texas wildfires, that passion hit all too close to home.
Stereotypes. Conform to them and experience pressure to achieve and sustain. Don't conform and risk suffering from shame or guilt.
The so-called "bad cholesterol" — low-density lipoprotein commonly called LDL — may not be so bad after all, shows a Texas A&M University study that casts new light on the cholesterol debate, particularly among adults who exercise.