In 2005, the Gibson’s began supporting students interested in becoming special education teachers. Their daughter, Sharon, graduated from the college with a certificate in special education and Glenn loved to come visit her in Aggieland.
Friends & Former Students Tailgate
As a part of the College of Education and Human Development’s celebration of its 50th anniversary, we held a Friends & Former Students Tailgate before Texas A&M’s 45-14 win against UTSA on Saturday, Nov. 2.
We asked former students to share some of their fondest memories from their time with the college and how it has impacted their lives, and helped them impact the lives of others.Watch Video
Several honored at annual Administrative Leadership Institute
Retired Highland Park ISD Superintendent Cathy Bryce received one of the most coveted awards amongst Texas educators at this year’s John R. Hoyle Memorial Administrative Leadership Institute.
Finding effective ways to teach children with autism
Finding effective ways to teach children with autism has long been a passion for Dr. Julie Thompson, assistant professor of special education.
Former student dedicates Navy Marine Corps Medal to scuba diving instructors
Aaron Cranford ’13 credits his Texas A&M scuba diving instructors with teaching him everything he knows about scuba diving. On April 23, 2017, this diving knowledge would help him save four people’s lives in Okinawa, Japan.
Injury to Innovation: Kinesiology researcher retrofits odd objects to aid rehabilitation
Before Dr. Deanna Kennedy was an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, she taught a gymnastics course at Texas A&M. From this class, she sustained an injury that would change the course of her life forever.