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November 15, 2017

“How am I this lucky?” thought Jack Kuplack, ’18, as he marveled in awe upon first seeing the famed treasury building of Petra, Jordan, this summer. “Seeing the city of Petra is one of those experiences that is so surreal you feel like it shouldn’t be possible,” he said as he recalled the miles of hills and winding canyons that visitors must traverse before arriving at the entrance of the city.


November 13, 2017

Four impressive students attending the Bush School of Government and Public Service were named to the Class of 2019 Robertson Fellows. Through an extremely competitive process, Audrey Hopkins, Sailer Perkins, Noelle Rutland, and Clayton Yates joined this year’s incoming class of Fellows.


November 06, 2017

ABC News veteran reporter John Quiñones visited the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service on October 12 as part of the School’s diversity/inclusion initiative.


October 23, 2017

Darren Dubose, ’18, wants to be an agent for change in a different way than he had been in his short teaching career prior to coming to the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service.


October 17, 2017

Acting Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy has three priorities for the Army: readiness to face adversaries, development of new systems, and Army families. McCarthy recently paid a visit to Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government and Public Service to address the first two items on this list.


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November 15, 2017

“How am I this lucky?” thought Jack Kuplack, ’18, as he marveled in awe upon first seeing the famed treasury building of Petra, Jordan, this summer. “Seeing the city of Petra is one of those experiences that is so surreal you feel like it shouldn’t be possible,” he said as he recalled the miles of hills and winding canyons that visitors must traverse before arriving at the entrance of the city.


November 13, 2017

Four impressive students attending the Bush School of Government and Public Service were named to the Class of 2019 Robertson Fellows. Through an extremely competitive process, Audrey Hopkins, Sailer Perkins, Noelle Rutland, and Clayton Yates joined this year’s incoming class of Fellows.


November 06, 2017

ABC News veteran reporter John Quiñones visited the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service on October 12 as part of the School’s diversity/inclusion initiative.


October 23, 2017

Darren Dubose, ’18, wants to be an agent for change in a different way than he had been in his short teaching career prior to coming to the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service.


October 17, 2017

Acting Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy has three priorities for the Army: readiness to face adversaries, development of new systems, and Army families. McCarthy recently paid a visit to Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government and Public Service to address the first two items on this list.


September 25, 2017

Scholarship recipient Morgan Gray ’18 hopes to apply her public service education as an advocate for the Chickasaw Nation.


September 18, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, the storm that recently swept through southeast Texas, leaving in its wake a path of destruction, has made one thing clear—Houston and the surrounding areas are in need of help. As emergency workers labored around the clock to assist those in need, other ordinary citizens rose to the challenge to help as well.


September 07, 2017

The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University kicked off twenty years of educating students with a celebration featuring cupcakes, ice cream, and other special surprises for students, faculty, and staff on Thursday, August 31, 2017.


July 19, 2017

Some forty-five executive students were on campus in June for the residency portion of their Executive Master of Public Service and Administration (EMPSA) program. The program is designed for individuals working in full-time professional careers and delivers high-quality and high-impact coursework online.


June 14, 2017

The desperate longing to escape terrorism, political unrest, or civil war—most recently in Middle Eastern countries—is often cited as one of the primary reasons for migrating to European Union countries. As the local environment becomes unsafe and less secure, refugees are “pushed” toward migration, despite the uncertainty and perils of the journey. The heart-rending stories of families taking unbelievable risks to reach safe havens in Europe and the increase in European refugee migration continue to be a major challenge for many EU countries.


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