Professors Neuman, Warden earn Pathways
to Doctorate Research Assistantship Awards


Two faculty members at Texas A&M’s College of Architecture have received Texas A&M University System Pathways to the Doctorate Research Assistantship Awards.

With the awards, Michael Neuman, associate professor of urban planning, and Robert Warden, professor of architecture and director of the college’s Center for Heritage Conservation, will each be able to provide one year of salary and two years of tuition for a doctoral student.

In addition, Neuman and Warden will serve as their respective students’ research supervisors and mentors.

The Texas A&M University System Pathways to the Doctorate program is designed to enable the pursuit of doctorate degrees in a diverse, intellectually versatile and multidisciplinary environment to assure global impact. The program is dedicated to increasing the number, quality, and diversity of master's and doctoral graduates across all disciplines by:

  • creating pathways for talented Texas A&M System students to pursue a graduate education,
  • fostering opportunities for innovative research collaborations, and
  • producing new faculty to help close the gaps in higher education in Texas.


For more information on the program, visit

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