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January 16, 2015

In the fall of 2014, nine students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, traveled to Germany to present research findings to their capstone client, Bosch Shifting. The capstone, entitled “Looking Eastward: Enhancing Trilateral Relations: Germany, the US, and China,” was coordinated by faculty member Dr. Gabriela Marin Thornton.  Thornton received a grant of 13,100 euros from the Bosch Stiftung to fund the capstone work.  This capstone project was the first Bush School capstone with an international client.


December 03, 2014

Students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, recently participated in a video teleconference with their counterparts from the Russian Diplomatic Academy – the institution charged with training the Russian Federation’s diplomatic service. During the conference, Bush School and Russian students discussed a wide range of issues, including Ukraine, NATO, P5+1 negotiations, China and Middle East stability.


November 05, 2014

One of the nation’s leading foundations that encourages graduate students to pursue careers with the federal government in foreign policy and international affairs today announced that 14 students attending five of the nation’s top international studies graduate schools will comprise its 2016 class of fellows.


October 10, 2014

During the past summer, Dr. Jessica Gottlieb and three student interns from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University traveled to the West African country of Senegal to conduct two months of intensive field work and research.  Based out of a local research institute in Dakar, the nation’s capital, the team sought to understand how local elites—religious, traditional, or political leaders—can wield their influence to guide voters’ decisions, even when it goes against the voters’ best interests.


June 27, 2014

On June 17-18, the Bush School’s Certificate in Homeland Security program and the Emergency Services Training Institute in the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) co-sponsored a Homeland Security Seminar, the first such joint effort at Texas A&M University.


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January 16, 2015

In the fall of 2014, nine students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, traveled to Germany to present research findings to their capstone client, Bosch Shifting. The capstone, entitled “Looking Eastward: Enhancing Trilateral Relations: Germany, the US, and China,” was coordinated by faculty member Dr. Gabriela Marin Thornton.  Thornton received a grant of 13,100 euros from the Bosch Stiftung to fund the capstone work.  This capstone project was the first Bush School capstone with an international client.


December 03, 2014

Students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, recently participated in a video teleconference with their counterparts from the Russian Diplomatic Academy – the institution charged with training the Russian Federation’s diplomatic service. During the conference, Bush School and Russian students discussed a wide range of issues, including Ukraine, NATO, P5+1 negotiations, China and Middle East stability.


November 05, 2014

One of the nation’s leading foundations that encourages graduate students to pursue careers with the federal government in foreign policy and international affairs today announced that 14 students attending five of the nation’s top international studies graduate schools will comprise its 2016 class of fellows.


October 10, 2014

During the past summer, Dr. Jessica Gottlieb and three student interns from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University traveled to the West African country of Senegal to conduct two months of intensive field work and research.  Based out of a local research institute in Dakar, the nation’s capital, the team sought to understand how local elites—religious, traditional, or political leaders—can wield their influence to guide voters’ decisions, even when it goes against the voters’ best interests.


June 27, 2014

On June 17-18, the Bush School’s Certificate in Homeland Security program and the Emergency Services Training Institute in the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) co-sponsored a Homeland Security Seminar, the first such joint effort at Texas A&M University.


June 26, 2014

Members of the sixth class of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s (LLNL) National Security Leadership Program (NSLP) were presented with the Certificate in National Security Affairs by LLNL director, Bill Goldstein, on June 17 during a ceremony at the Bush School.


June 04, 2014

Scott Robinson, associate professor at the University of Oklahoma, and the Bush School’s Executive Associate Dean Arnold Vedlitz have been awarded the 2014 Herbert Kaufman Best Paper Award by the American Political Science Association’s (APSA) Public Administration Section.


May 12, 2014

On May 8, graduate certificates were awarded to Bush School students who completed a certificate program. The ceremony was held in the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library’s Orientation Theater.

Some 115 students earned certificates during the summer and fall of 2013 and the spring of 2014 semesters.


May 12, 2014

On Saturday, May 10, the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University will reach another landmark as its 1,038th graduate crosses the stage in Reed Arena.  Less than twenty years since its founding, the School has grown dramatically.


May 07, 2014

From November 2013 until May 2014, Dr. Kishore Gawande led a Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, student Capstone project evaluating two development programs in the North Kivu region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) – a nation fraught with civil war since the early 1990s.


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