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Through the Amplifying External Awards Program, Faculty Affairs partners with each college/school to support external award nominations and incentivize the resulting recognitions as a means of elevating Texas A&M faculty.

In support of the mission to elevate faculty, Faculty Affairs regularly offers trainings and workshops to best position faculty for external awards recognizing their excellence in teaching, research and service.

The Conversation is a nonprofit, independent news organization dedicated to unlocking the knowledge of experts for the public good. They publish trustworthy and informative articles written by academic experts — including Texas A&M faculty — for the general public and edited by our team of journalists.

The Division of Strategic and Academic Collaborations leverages partnerships with public and private organizations to help create life-long educational and economic opportunities, discover and share solutions to societal challenges, and enrich lives through cultural events and services.

To celebrate and share the impact of our faculty, we are hosting a half-day program that includes workshops for faculty to enhance their impact and showcase some of the great work being done.

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Faculty Affairs partners with awarding entities in the selection and recognition process of numerous university awards. See each award's respective page to learn more.

Faculty members are able to transform their scholarship into external recognition. It is a key component of faculty excellence that recognizes the impact faculty members have on the world.

Faculty Affairs oversees fellowships and grants in partnership with other entities. These opportunities allow faculty to further advance their career.

Texas A&M faculty and the work they do make a significant impact on our campus, in our communities and on the world. Faculty Affairs aims to amplify the impact faculty may have on the world through awards and recognition.