Graduate Student Achievement Recognition Awards are established to promote graduate education in TLAC. Various award winners for the calendar year 2013 have been identified for the following categories.
Fostering an environment of engagement, professional development and global learning for students within the college.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Center for Emergency Informatics hosted about 50 experts, A&M faculty, students and private vendors, demonstrating technology used by the U.S. armed forces.
The Texas A&M Quiz Bowl team has been crowned national champions during the 61st Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), held in Orlando, Florida.
From 2013-14, Bilingual Education undergraduate student Anna De la Garza was an invaluable participant in a Teaching, Learning and Culture department group research project.
Meredith Luttrell, a doctoral student in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, is the recipient of the 2014 Association of Former Students (AFS) Distinguished Honor Graduate Award for Excellence in Research.
Two PhD students Meghan Hokom and Paige Perez from the K-12 Educational Leadership Program attended the Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) conference in San Antonio.
The College of Architecture sponsored the first Diversity Hackathon competition at TAMU on April 4, 2014.
EHRD 670: Women and Education
Summer 2014 Mon. June 2nd - Fri. July 18th
with Dr. Mary Alfred
Emily Albus, Texas A&M University senior in the department of Teaching, Learning and Culture is also center fielder for the university’s softball team.
What happens when three kinesiology students participate in a quiz bowl? They win!
Dr. Cynthia Boettcher has led the Lohman Learning Community since its inception in 2002.
Five students from the College of Education and Human Development were recently recognized as Quest for Quality Exceptional Teacher Candidates.
Kara Orsak, special needs teacher and Special Education graduate from Texas A&M University, was recently named 2013 Spot Light Teacher of the Year at Copeland Elementary in Cypress-Fairbanks I.S.D.
Sarah Moudy is from Plano, Texas where she began her dance training at Toby’s School of Dance. In 2009, she was selected as a VIP/Assistant Teacher with Dance Olympus Company to tour the United States over the summer.
Seniors Zulema Rios and Sara Kathleen Bates have been selected to the 2014 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities. This is one of the most prestigious awards the academic community may bestow.
The Lohman Learning Community is a first year experience program for students pursuing education majors in the College of Education and Human Development.