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November 02, 2015

Dr. ArnieVedlitz, executive associate dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, was one of four faculty members honored for the impact their research has had in the field of energy, which has been identified as one of the University’s “grand challenges.” They were recognized during a timeout of the Texas A&M–University of South Carolina football game on October 31 at Kyle Field.


September 30, 2015

Over the years, scholars at the Bush School’s Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy (ISTPP) have seen their research results affect key public policy issues. The Institute has become known for providing decision makers with balanced and credible information on complex and sometimes controversial issues.


August 21, 2015

An article by ISTPP Associate Research Scientist Xinsheng Liu and Director Arnold Vedlitz, along with Institute Senior Fellows James Stoutenborough and Scott Robinson, in the peer-reviewed journal Climatic Change has been ranked one of the most widely read articles online by Altmetric, an organization that measures scholarly articles’ digital impact and reach.


June 24, 2015

Is the poor treatment of women around the world a threat to the security of the United States? According to a new book co-authored by a Texas A&M University professor, it is.

Valerie Hudson, a professor at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, co-authored “The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy” which argues that far from being a “soft” foreign policy issue, the subjugation of women worldwide poses a threat to global prospects for peace and is therefore a direct threat to U.S. national security.


June 05, 2015

Dr. Laura Dague, assistant professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, has been recognized with an award from the National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) for her study on the effect of premiums on Medicaid enrollment.  The NIHCM awards program recognizes researchers and journalists who serve as catalysts for positive change by advancing and informing public and private policy making.


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November 02, 2015

Dr. ArnieVedlitz, executive associate dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, was one of four faculty members honored for the impact their research has had in the field of energy, which has been identified as one of the University’s “grand challenges.” They were recognized during a timeout of the Texas A&M–University of South Carolina football game on October 31 at Kyle Field.


September 30, 2015

Over the years, scholars at the Bush School’s Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy (ISTPP) have seen their research results affect key public policy issues. The Institute has become known for providing decision makers with balanced and credible information on complex and sometimes controversial issues.


August 21, 2015

An article by ISTPP Associate Research Scientist Xinsheng Liu and Director Arnold Vedlitz, along with Institute Senior Fellows James Stoutenborough and Scott Robinson, in the peer-reviewed journal Climatic Change has been ranked one of the most widely read articles online by Altmetric, an organization that measures scholarly articles’ digital impact and reach.


June 24, 2015

Is the poor treatment of women around the world a threat to the security of the United States? According to a new book co-authored by a Texas A&M University professor, it is.

Valerie Hudson, a professor at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, co-authored “The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy” which argues that far from being a “soft” foreign policy issue, the subjugation of women worldwide poses a threat to global prospects for peace and is therefore a direct threat to U.S. national security.


June 05, 2015

Dr. Laura Dague, assistant professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, has been recognized with an award from the National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) for her study on the effect of premiums on Medicaid enrollment.  The NIHCM awards program recognizes researchers and journalists who serve as catalysts for positive change by advancing and informing public and private policy making.


May 21, 2015

An essential part of preparing for a public service career involves practical experience for companies and nonprofit or governmental organizations. At Texas A&M University, students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service gain this experience by conducting capstone research projects for a range of clients. Student teams led by a faculty advisor undertake research projects for selected private or public sector clients.


April 22, 2015

Dr. Valerie Hudson, professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, has received a 2015 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.  Hudson, who holds the George H. W. Bush Chair, is one of 32 fellowship winners chosen from 301 nominations and the only one from a Texas university.


April 21, 2015

Congress has heard the “supermajority” consensus on the reality and causes of climate change, note scientists from Texas A&M University, Idaho State University, and University of Oklahoma. In a paper published in Climatic Change, the researchers suggest looking at business interests, partisan predispositions and political ideology for the hurdles to policy action.


April 15, 2015

Women looking for bargains probably won’t find them at Customs. The burden of tariffs falls heavily—and in many cases exclusively—on the consumer.  So when the tariff on women’s leather shoes is higher than the tariff on men’s leather shoes (which it is), women feel the pain, says Dr. Lori Taylor, an associate professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.


April 10, 2015

New York Times columnist Ross Douthat’s March 29 article, “The Method to Obama’s Middle East Mess,” focuses on offshore balancing as a grand strategic alternative to the Pax Americana (a strategy that security studies scholars also refer to as primacy).


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