Many voices. One mission.

Department of Communication


Our focus, as it has been from the beginning, is on exposing students to both cutting edge and classical knowledge of communication, ensuring students are gaining practical skills in oral and mediated communication, encouraging active and engaged citizenship, and learning the communication ethics commensurate with a diverse and global society. Provided with models and techniques for understanding and navigating complex organizational environments–in politics, in social media, in the corporate world, in non-profits, in health providers, and in social movements, among others–students will graduate prepared to take on the multi-faceted roles demanded of them in today’s society.

PYRE Creative Solutions

Copywriting, brand strategy, interactive design, and compelling creative solutions all in one nationally awarded independent firm. 

At PYRE, good writing isn't dead - it's incendiary. 


Women's and Gender Studies


The Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Texas A&M University is a program of the College of Liberal Arts, using an interdisciplinary approach to the study of gender in culture and society and the achievements of women in the arts, literature, sciences, and in other human endeavors. Attention is given to the historical, cross-cultural and multicultural aspects of gender in the experience of women and men.  



Texas A&M University boasts one of the most diverse Sociology Ph.D. programs in the United States. Faculty share a strong commitment to meaningful diversity, including increasing participation in the graduate program and profession of members of under-represented groups (along sociologically significant hierarchies, such as race, class, gender, and sexuality) as well as those who have faced economic and social barriers to educational access. 

Melbern G. Glasscock Center for

Humanities Research


The Glasscock Center awards residential fellowships, research fellowships, grants to co-sponsor events, funding for working groups, publication support, and other awards for independent and cross-disciplinary research in the humanities. Fellows and grant recipients are integral to the Center’s on-going programs and activities through their faculty and graduate colloquia, working groups, and seminar series. 

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