They have each been awarded a $5,000 Vision 2020 Dissertation Improvement Grant from the College of Liberal Arts. Information about funding for graduate dissertation write-up can be found here.
Michael Waters, Professor of Anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts, is one of 24 recipients of the Texas A&M University Distinguished Achievement Awards. Recipients of the award are selected by the university and The Association of Former Students. Waters, who is director of Texas A&M’s Center for the Study of First Americans, recently discovered […]
Hominid Hunting, a blog project of Smithsonian Magazine, recently came out with its Top 10 Hominid Discoveries of 2011, which features three discoveries involving Texas A&M anthropology professors. The first, fourth, and fifth highest-ranking discoveries on the list pertain to the respective research of Associate Professor Darryl de Ruiter and Professor Michael Waters. The number […]
View the Anthropology Department Newsletter from October 2011.
We condemn the recent events on campus that have ostracized GLBT students from the safe space that the TAMU campus should be for all students. These events blatantly go against Texas A&M’s commitment to a diverse, unified campus that incorporates multiple perspectives as part of Aggie tradition and values. We view the recent events surrounding […]