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Lions Innovation Showcase

Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions everywhere give a creative, innovative and groundbreaking roar! In order to recognize all of the talent exhibited by students, A&...
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25th Annual Veterans Vigil

The 25th annual Veterans Vigil will take place on November 9 and 10 at Texas A&M University-Commerce. The Vigil will kick off with a reception on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Ra...
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University Students Attend TACSM

By Lexi Magruder This year the Texas chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM) met in College Station, Texas, on March 2-4. TACSM partnered with Texas A&M&rs...
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University Addresses Islamophobia

Texas A&M University-Commerce hosted Getting to Know You: Addressing Islamophobia through Mutual Understanding, Building Trust & Respect on February 2. The event wa...
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TABPHE to Host Awards Ceremony

The Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE) will host an awards ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 6 in the Rayburn Student Center to recognize and honor facult...
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Shiza Shahid Visits A&M-Commerce

By Julia Gessner and Sara Wray Shiza Shahid recently spoke at Texas A&M University-Commerce as part of the William L. Mayo Prestigious Speaker Series. Featured on the Forbes...
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Career and Internship Fair

The Department of Career Development and the National Society of Leadership and Success will host a Career and Internship Fair on Oct. 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. in conference rooms A, B and C...
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Career Clinic Set for September 17

Career Development at Texas A&M University-Commerce will host its Career Clinic event on September 17, 2015. Students will have the opportunity to update their profession...
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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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Deep in the heart of Commerce

Art professor Dr. Emily Newman brought in visiting artist Patrick Dougherty to create a brand new sculpture on campus in January. “I wanted the students to be involved in it...
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Music Faculty in Concert

By Christine Sheehan This fall, the Department of Music continued its reputation for excellence by showcasing faculty in concert. The performance included an eclectic array of...
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My mother’s head on a plate

Texas A&M University-Commerce welcomed a visit from author, Dr. Wendy Rawlings. Rawlings brought with her a biting wit and two published books, “Come Back, Irish&rd...
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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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Mural Dedication

The university’s art students are adding a little more beauty to a few of the walls in downtown Commerce. Through a partnership between the university, the City of Commerce...
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Music Graduates Accept Positions

Four of the music department’s fall 2014 graduates have accepted positions and assistantships in some of the most prestigious music programs in the country: • Bret R...
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One exciting night!

86 students, 28 employer representatives, 12 faculty… The Alumni Center was alive with eager, excited students networking with an eclectic group of local businesses, i...
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Dr. Salvatore Attardo in Slate

Dr. Salvatore Attardo, dean of the College of Humanities, Social Sciences & Arts and editor of The Encyclopedia of Humor Studies, was recently cited for this work in The Slate...
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Social Work Students in Austin

Twenty Texas A&M University-Commerce social work students traveled to Austin on March 25 to visit the Capitol. Their trip served as a learning experience for how law-making...
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Voice students honored by NATS

Congratulations to the following students who placed at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards Texoma Regional Voice Competition, Senior Men Division:...
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Exit: pursing a dream

Lauren Gunderson’s play “Exit, Pursued by a Bear” relies heavily on its actors to hit just the right notes. It is both a slapstick comedy and a somber meditatio...
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Students put on a show

Professor Josephine Durkin challenged her art students to create outfits inspired by contemporary art and artists. The students created their fashion pieces with paper and fou...
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LeoCon: Third time and charming

The Sigma Phi Phi or “Syphers” student organization, led by faculty advisor Dr. Robin Reid, hosted its third annual LeoCon event on Saturday, March 29, 2014. LeoCon...
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The Music Department at the Meyerson

On March 25, 2014, the A&M-Commerce Wind Ensemble and Chorale performed at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. It was the world premiere of a piece the universit...
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Time Lords doing good

The Doctor Who Society of A&M-Commerce has been very busy. Faculty advisor Jeffrey Herndon of the department of political science and members of the DWS collected and donate...
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Alumni Ambassadors Day

The university hosted the 31st Annual Alumni Ambassador Forum. Honored alumni invited by each department gave talks, visited classrooms and shared their experiences with curr...
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