"To whom much is given, much is required." And no one lives by these words more than former elementary education major Cassie Grant '03, who wanted to take what she'd been given in life and give back to her students - both in Texas and in South Af
Teaching is not confined to the classroom. Or at least that's Johanna Riddle's '80 motto.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." — William James
Liana Lowey '99, works to make a difference in the lives of children every day.
Erica Kaskow '08 discovered that when Aggies lend a hand to fellow Aggies, they help in a big way.
When five Texas A&M students heard the story of how the Beach family lost their home to Hurricane Ike, they were moved to help - an effort that culminated with an intervention from "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."
Many people learn best by doing. Charles Farnsworth was counting on this when he asked his project management students to apply what they learned from their textbooks in their communities.
The Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning (TCALL) announces the availability of $100,000 in Barbara Bush Fellowships for Texas A&M doctoral students pursuing family literacy research.
If you want a student to understand how airplanes fly, you give them an airplane to fly.
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.
Paige Melancon enrolled at Texas A&M University intending to become a doctor. A tutoring job through the Read & Counts program made her think twice about her career path.
Krista Adams Wallace '94 was looking for adventure and the chance to step outside of the life she had known during her undergraduate years at Texas A&M University.
For Tony Rosselli '08, it's about more than just a summer job.
Tony, a senior kinesiology major, works as a counselor at Deerfoot Youth Camp, a summer sports camp for at-risk, underprivileged boys ages 10 to 13 in Magnolia, Texas.
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.
The College of Education and Human Development will honor outstanding faculty, staff and alumni at its fall awards ceremony this Thursday (Oct. 9) at 6 p.m. at the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.
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.