As the son of immigrant parents and a former school psychology doctoral student at Texas A&M University, Alfred Amado, Ph.D., has always had a passion for education, and now he’s bringing that passion to Capitol Hill.
A $6.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers at Texas A&M University and The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) to study rural and minority health issues such as diabetes and obesity.
The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University honored 20 educators for their commitment to education at the 16th Annual Dean's Roundtable, April 27, 2007 at Pebble Creek Country Club in College Station, Texas.
Women, take note: When it comes to being hired for the top jobs in college sports, don't print up those business cards just yet.
A 2006 study by the National Council on Teacher Quality found that among the nation's universities almost all failed to incorporate the science of reading instruction into their teacher preparation programs.
In a special program between the Department of Health and Kinesiology and the West Point Military Academy, three West Point graduates have began course work toward a fast-track master's degree in Kinesiology, which they will earn in one year.
Texas A&M University graduate Melissa Larson, lead teacher and program director of The Network School, a new venture in Houston, is helping students succeed in life by coping with special needs – both physical and mental.