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Class Acts


May 24, 2016

Two capstone research teams from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, have been recognized with the James W. McGrew Research Award for outstanding research from the Central Texas Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration. The award recognizes two capstone research projects—team-based, applied research projects led by a faculty member and conducted on behalf of a client organization.


May 24, 2016

On Friday, May 13, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, graduated more than 150 students from the Public Service and Administration Department and the International Affairs Department—the largest graduating class in the School’s history. This marks the first year the School held two separate graduation celebrations with 71 public service and administration students receiving their certificate of completion in the morning and 85 international affairs students in the afternoon.


May 20, 2016

During Spring Break, when many students may have been enjoying their free time relaxing, a group of students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, traveled to Nepal in order to research the impacts of natural disasters and conflict in Nepal.


May 16, 2016

The Bush School Student Government Association (SGA), Texas A&M University, held a reception for Ryan Crocker, dean of the Bush School, and Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, executive associate dean, to honor the two men for their service to the Bush School.


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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May 24, 2016

Two capstone research teams from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, have been recognized with the James W. McGrew Research Award for outstanding research from the Central Texas Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration. The award recognizes two capstone research projects—team-based, applied research projects led by a faculty member and conducted on behalf of a client organization.


May 24, 2016

On Friday, May 13, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, graduated more than 150 students from the Public Service and Administration Department and the International Affairs Department—the largest graduating class in the School’s history. This marks the first year the School held two separate graduation celebrations with 71 public service and administration students receiving their certificate of completion in the morning and 85 international affairs students in the afternoon.


May 20, 2016

During Spring Break, when many students may have been enjoying their free time relaxing, a group of students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, traveled to Nepal in order to research the impacts of natural disasters and conflict in Nepal.


May 16, 2016

The Bush School Student Government Association (SGA), Texas A&M University, held a reception for Ryan Crocker, dean of the Bush School, and Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, executive associate dean, to honor the two men for their service to the Bush School.


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


May 05, 2016

Students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, faced off against students from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, for the annual “Dillo Cup” softball game in April. This year, the Bush School team won with a final score of 18 to 8, continuing a winning streak for the third year in a row.


April 21, 2016

A group of students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, and from the Texas A&M School of Law recently interviewed Texas A&M President Michael K. Young regarding his insights on trade barriers in North America, the subject of a capstone research project.


April 21, 2016

Each year, several students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, participate in the “Big Event”—the largest one-day student-run service project in the nation. Created thirty-four years ago with just six aggies who wanted to say “thank you” to the local community through volunteer service, the project now boasts more than 22,000 Texas A&M student volunteers, who complete nearly 2,500 jobs around the local Bryan/College Station area.


April 15, 2016

The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, recently awarded the first Medal of Excellence during an awards ceremony in April. The award is given to Bush School students who have completed requirements for both the writing ePortfolio and the Public Service Leadership Program.


April 14, 2016

A group of students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, have made improving civic engagement among college students the focus of a proposed program for the City of College Station. The group’s proposal, Lead CStAT (City and Students Advancing Together), seeks to promote civic engagement among off-campus Texas A&M students in College Station through community programming, voter education training, and cross-collaboration efforts among the governing body of College Station, students, and community leaders.


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