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Fostering an environment of engagement, professional development and global learning for students within the college.
EAHR graduating senior Rachel Hultz was recognized as one of the May Distinguished Honor Graduates at a ceremony in their honor on Friday, May 14.
Never mind his achievements. Never mind his road to Aggieland. For Kwame Agyemang, a doctoral student in kinesiology, there is one question he gets more than others."I'm always asked where my name originates," he says.
Recently, school children in Navasota, Texas, learned from scientists halfway around the world, thanks to Kate Lambert.
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Weston Wilcox '10 whoops! And, when he whoops, scores of Aggies whoop with him. Weston, a middle grades math and science major, is an Aggie Yell Leader who will soon apply his enthusiasm for success on the field to success in the classroom.
Once a year, approximately 15 teachers trade their classrooms for space on the research vessel JOIDES Resolution or the Gulf Coast Repository at Texas A&M University.
Lauren Williams, a senior special education major, is one of approximately 100 juniors and seniors to participate in the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.
What started as a one-day visit to an Italian middle school has grown into an exciting opportunity for preservice Aggie teachers to teach English Language Learners.
According to research, only 4 percent of U.S. education majors participate in study abroad opportunities, but Lynne Masel Walters wants to change that statistic—starting with her students.
Last spring, Anna Sauvageau '08, an early childhood education major, stepped out of the box—or country —to student teach in Switzerland.
Matt Johnson knows why he's an Aggie, and now the world does too.