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December 10, 2018

Sly Mata wants to create a better environment for students in higher education, and he is using the Bush School of Government and Public Service’s community as an example to do just that.


November 14, 2018

Former Bush School of Government and Public Service student Chris Hill conducted research on global democratic erosion that helped land him a job at USAID. He worked as a Scowcroft Institute Fellow and created a database for the findings as a part of his position at the Bush School.


October 12, 2018

This year’s Bush School of Government and Public Service Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to Caitlyn Fife, Master of Public Service and Administration, Class of 2006.


August 20, 2018

Five years ago, Bryce Watson, ’18, was living in China teaching English to factory workers’ children. Two weeks ago, he moved to Tijuana, Mexico, to work on his startup in preparation for the product’s full launch in August, the idea for which he had while living in China.


July 03, 2018

Wade Jones, ’17, has long dreamed of making a difference in the world. Just a year after graduating from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, he has that opportunity.


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December 10, 2018

Sly Mata wants to create a better environment for students in higher education, and he is using the Bush School of Government and Public Service’s community as an example to do just that.

Alumni / News /

November 14, 2018

Former Bush School of Government and Public Service student Chris Hill conducted research on global democratic erosion that helped land him a job at USAID. He worked as a Scowcroft Institute Fellow and created a database for the findings as a part of his position at the Bush School.

Alumni / News /

October 12, 2018

This year’s Bush School of Government and Public Service Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to Caitlyn Fife, Master of Public Service and Administration, Class of 2006.

Alumni / News /

August 20, 2018

Five years ago, Bryce Watson, ’18, was living in China teaching English to factory workers’ children. Two weeks ago, he moved to Tijuana, Mexico, to work on his startup in preparation for the product’s full launch in August, the idea for which he had while living in China.

Alumni / News /

July 03, 2018

Wade Jones, ’17, has long dreamed of making a difference in the world. Just a year after graduating from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, he has that opportunity.

Alumni / News /

April 03, 2018

Ryan Garrett, ’06, always admired NASA growing up. Walking into the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University for his first day of class in 2004, he never imagined that his education at the School and perfect timing would allow him to play a role in the organization he had always respected.

Alumni / News /

March 12, 2018

The issue of human trafficking is one that Bush School graduate Kelsie has been passionate about since she arrived at Texas A&M as an undergraduate. Early on, she attended a presentation on the issue, and while at the Bush School, she did research and wrote about the problem.

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January 31, 2018

Shannon Dubberly, a 2007 graduate of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, is running for the Sixth Congressional District seat currently held by retiring Representative Joe Barton. The district includes Ellis and Navarro Counties and parts of Tarrant County.

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October 23, 2017

The Bush School of Government and Public Service Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to Esther Larson, Class of 2006.


May 16, 2016

Since its founding, students, faculty, staff, and alumni from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, have had an international impact through internships, study abroad and language immersion programs, capstone projects, conferences, and other endeavors


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