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COLLEGE RESEARCH & INTERDISCIPLINARY COUNCIL (CRIC)

The mission of the College Research and Interdisciplinary Council (CRIC) is to develop broad-based, interdisciplinary cultures in the college that encourage the creation, dissemination, and application of knowledge in the planning, design, and construction of built and virtual environments.

 


 

CRIC Policies & Procedures

CRIC's policies and procedures contain valuable information on applying for the CRIC Research Grant, CRIC membership structure, and other CRIC activities.

CRIC Policies & Procedures (Icon 315.7 KB)

 

CRIC Contributions

Since the creation of CRIC in 1998, over $335,000 has been given back to college faculty to support research projects.

 

Additional Policies & Helpful Information

Semester Award Program

TAMU Ethics in Research, Scholarship, & Creative Work (Icon 276.6 KB)


Please contact the chair of CRIC, Dr. Dawn Jourdan, Executive Associate Dean at (979) 847-9351 or dawnjourdan@arch.tamu.edu, if you have any additional questions..

 

Relevant University Research Links

Vice President for Research