Darrell J. Pehr

Darrel PehrCommunication Specialist III

University Services Center, Rm. 108
Office: 361.825.2438
Darrell.Pehr@tamucc.edu

Darrell has 15 years of experience in higher education and was a newspaper editor for 20 years. He was the director of news and media relations at New Mexico State University from 2007-2019 and served as editor of the university’s research magazine for 10 years. In his first years at NMSU, his job was writing, editing and taking photos with a focus on science and agricultural research at the university.

Coming to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is an opportunity for Darrell to return to his roots as a communicator, with a focus on science, engineering, research and innovation.

In his free time, Darrell enjoys hiking, cycling, skiing, photography and spending time with his wife and their two daughters, who live in New Mexico and Florida.

TAMU-CC Researchers Urge Caution to Avoid New COVID-19 Surge this Fall

TAMU-CC Researchers Urge Caution to Avoid New COVID-19 Surge this Fall

Researchers at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi are urging everyone to remain vigilant and continue to wear face coverings, maintain social distance, and avoid large indoor gatherings as the number of COVID-19 cases rises across some parts of Texas.

Island University Biomedical Sciences Professor Awarded NIH Grant to Study How the Brain Controls, Remembers Our Reaction to Fear

Island University Biomedical Sciences Professor Awarded NIH Grant to Study How the Brain Controls, Remembers Our Reaction to Fear

When we experience fear, what happens inside our brains to help us react? Research in the lab of Dr. Riccardo Mozzachiodi, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, is studying the much simpler brain of a marine snail to find answers.

TAMU-CC Researchers Map Out How COVID-19 May Look in Future

TAMU-CC Researchers Map Out How COVID-19 May Look in Future

With many Texas businesses now allowed to increase occupancy to 75% effective Sept. 21, researchers at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi have prepared scenarios that show how the spread of COVID-19 could change over the coming weeks in the Coastal Bend.