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Continuing the Arnold Legacy

Dr. Roger and Mrs. Jean Arnold have dedicated their lives to education, graduating from the East Texas State Teacher’s College and spending their careers pouring knowled...
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Rob Lawton receives Ph.D.

At a special reception, the art department honored Rob Lawton’s work and his honorary Ph.D. Dr. Lawton posed with his former students at the celebration....
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5th Annual Humor Conference

A&M-Commerce hosted the 5th Humor Research Conference in its new space in downtown Dallas. The conference focused on humor and pedagogy....
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Award-winning poet visits campus

The award-winning poet R. Flowers Rivera recently visited the Department of Literature and Languages and read from her collection of poetry, “Heathen.” Rivera sp...
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Welcome Dr. Hurley!

Dr. Martha Hurley joins Texas A&M University-Commerce from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, as the new department head and professor of sociology and criminal ju...
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Advancement welcomes new associate

Devin Girod has joined Texas A&M University-Commerce as the new associate director of development for the College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts (CHSSA). Hailing...
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A great Roar!

Downtown Dallas buzzed with excitement as the glittering “alum-inatti” of East Texas State University and Texas A&M University-Commerce gathered together...
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It’s all about making choices

J. Walter Kutz, an alumnus of East Texas State University and an associate professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, continues to nurture...
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One world-one week-one festival

The MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival found its way to Commerce this year, bringing with it selected shorts from all over the world in an exciting evening full of suspense, romance, an...
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Seeing Pink

“Never appear taller than your date.” “You’re fat.” “Do what you can to keep your husband happy…” These were just a few of t...
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Documenting War and Homecoming

“The first class I never slept in was a photography class,” Alumni Ambassador Erin Trieb tells an enraptured standing-room-only audience in the Hall of Languages....
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Dr. Jill Carroll speaks

An engaging, lively and yet profound speaker, Dr. Carroll gave two lectures on campus: first she addressed an audience of A&M-Commerce students from the Gender Studies prog...
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Fourth Annual Humor Conference

Researchers in the fields of linguistics, communication and literature gathered at A&M-Commerce at Rockwall on February 21-23 to share their work. The conference include...
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CSI: The final

When Louis Lufkin, Program Coordinator for the M.S. in Applied Criminology set up his first class final exam crime scene in 2010, he knew he was onto something. “The student...
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Why Major in Liberal Studies?

Our Liberal Studies major is one of the fastest growing of the college. I asked Dr. Donna Dunbar-Odom, head of Liberal Studies, what might be contributing to that popularity. &ldq...
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President’s Club

Those who give to the university play a vital role in protecting and nurturing our tradition of academic excellence. Whether supporting a special campaign, build an endowment fu...
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