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When churches closes, religious leaders turned to tech

The COVID-19 pandemic forced houses of worship to provide services online in new, engaging ways

PCRP awards $1 million for five research projects to support partnerships between Texas A&M and its clinical affiliates

Interdisciplinary projects selected for the PCRP program are awarded up to $200,000 each

Eviction moratoriums are reshaping how U.S. rental markets function

Tenants are only part of the story, A&M economist points out

Round 4 of X-Grants program awards $7 Million to 8 interdisciplinary projects

Texas A&M’s recent X-Grant awards represent 73 A&M faculty, researchers and staff from 13 colleges.

Why are so many evangelicals rejecting COVID-19 vaccinations?

Opposition is rooted in mix of political and religious beliefs, A&M scholars say

Texas A&M awards 2021 Arts & Humanities Fellowships to 10 faculty members

Three-year grants will support outstanding scholarship in the colleges of liberal arts and architecture
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Café Connections: Research tailors programs to feed today’s seniors

Public Policy Research Institute works with professionals to improve nutrition and socialization programs

A&M restores and returns cannons, including one used at Alamo battle

The other cannon, found at sea and donated by British music star Phil Collins, is ‘period correct’ for the Mexican Army in 1836

Arts & Humanities Fellows Program presents series of animated shorts

Fellows from Class of 2015 serve as narrators for new videos about research projects recognized for their creativity and scholarly value