About Scholars@TAMU

Scholars@TAMU is a profile system that hosts searchable expertise for faculty and TAMU organizations by gathering data from institution-level/enterprise systems, publicly available research data (e.g., grants and publications), and other authoritative sources. The data is compiled into a profile that you can edit to best represent your scholarship and expertise.This system helps to:

Improve the discoverability of scholarly expertise,
- Enhance the scholarly identity of researchers and
- Facilitate new research collaborations.

Information Sheets
- Benefits for Administrators
Benefits for Faculty
Enhanced Features for Scholars@TAMU (Updates of September 2019)

New to Scholars@TAMU?

Manage Your Profile

Faculty profiles are generated using a variety of data sources. We have worked to create the first version of your profile and continue to explore additional data sources to enhance your profile. We request your participation to update your profile and improve its accuracy.

Profile Information
- FAQ
- Contact Us

Explore Scholars@TAMU

Search by keywords to identify potential collaborators
- Find scholars by  name
- Browse  collegesdepartments, and  institutes
- Discover teaching and  research areas

Search Tips

  • Searches are not case-sensitive
  • Type keywords using AND or OR logic (AND or OR must be capitalized)
    • eg., nutrition AND protein
    • eg., nutrition OR protein
  • Type your phrase with double quotation marks
    • eg., "glucose absorption"
    • eg., "glucose absorption" AND nutrition
  • Use wildcard * character to search variations
    • eg., bio*

 


About the Project

Scholars@TAMU is a system provided by the  Texas A&M University Libraries. It is an implementation of the open-source  VIVO networking tool, developed at  Cornell University. If you have further questions, please see our  FAQ or  contact the team.

The Team

icon Dr. Bruce Herbert, Director, Office of Scholarly Communications
icon Dr. Dong Joon Lee, Researcher Information Systems Librarian, Office of Scholarly Communications
icon Ethel Mejia, Data Analyst, Office of Scholarly Communications
icon Doug Hahn, Senior IT Manager, Applications, Digital Initiatives 

 

 

Early Beta Version in 2016