Who We Are

Southwest Borderlands Studies is housed out of the Department of Psychology and Sociology, but it integrates a range of departments and faculty interests at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, including a core group of faculty from Psychology & Sociology; Language & Literature; Art, Communications & Theatre; History, Political Science, Philosophy, & Criminal Justice; and Education. In one of the most unique features of the initiative, it strengthens collaborations across Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s colleges, involving students and faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences; College of Education and Human Performance; College of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Human Science; and the College of Engineering.

Program Coordinator for Southwest Borderlands Studies:

Dr. Christine Reiser Robbins
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
:
Email: Christine.robbins@tamuk.edu
Ph: 361-593-4828.

Additional inquiries can be directed to:

Dr. Richard Miller
Chair of the Department of Psychology and Sociology
Ph: 361-593-4181
Email: Richard.miller@tamuk.edu

Department of Psychology and Sociology:
MSC 177
Manning Hall 120
Kingsville, Texas 78363
voice: (361) 593-2701
fax: (361) 593-2707
e-mail: psycsoci@tamuk.edu

Facebook: www.facebook.com/tamukpsycsocicrim

This page was last updated on: September 29, 2016