Killeen, Texas – When Betty Latham turned ‘a certain age,’ she began to take stock of her life. A former small business owner, the mother of five children, an active volunteer for her church, and an advocate for women’s programs, she was proud of the things she had done, with one exception. “I realized that […]
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Killeen, Texas – This summer, Luke Nichter, an associate professor of history at Texas A&M University-Central Texas will be in residence at the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway, where he will be a Nobel Institute Fellow. He is only the fourth faculty member from the Texas A&M University System to be selected for this […]
Plenty of students look for a traditional path when selecting a college or university: football games, homecomings, fraternities or sororities, and soap in the center fountain is the stuff that many an alum have fondly remembered. And then there’s the A&M-Central Texas student. More mature than most, focused on family, career, and degree, disciplined and wanting […]
For the last three years, the faculty and staff of the A&M-Central Texas Social Work Department have been intensely focused on one goal: to become officially accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. In “candidacy status” since 2014, the program was required to undergo three annual external reviews focusing on student outcomes, program quality, […]