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May 19, 2017

President Trump has announced that the United States will be renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). However, research conducted by Dr. Raymond Robertson of the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, shows strong evidence for NAFTA’s benefits and warns against throwing the baby out with the bath water.


May 18, 2017

The decades long erosion of public trust in government has recently created an upsurge of interest in how to better understand that trend. Three scholars—Arnold Vedlitz of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University; Scott E. Robinson, University of Oklahoma; and James W. Stoutenborough, Idaho State University—in their book Understanding Public Trust: Environmental Sustainability, Fracking, and Public Opinion in American Politics provide a framework for a much more complex and nuanced understanding of government trust than was available previously.


May 12, 2017

The field of cybersecurity is ever-changing. Dr. Danny Davis is working to stay ahead if the game.


May 09, 2017

Lauren Bush Lauren, founder of FEED and granddaughter of President George H. W. Bush, spent time in the classroom with students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University prior to her remarks at the Bank of America Program on Volunteerism.


May 09, 2017

The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University recognized sixty-nine students for their achievements in earning the Dean’s Leadership Certificate or the Bush School Medal of Excellence.


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May 19, 2017

President Trump has announced that the United States will be renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). However, research conducted by Dr. Raymond Robertson of the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, shows strong evidence for NAFTA’s benefits and warns against throwing the baby out with the bath water.


May 18, 2017

The decades long erosion of public trust in government has recently created an upsurge of interest in how to better understand that trend. Three scholars—Arnold Vedlitz of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University; Scott E. Robinson, University of Oklahoma; and James W. Stoutenborough, Idaho State University—in their book Understanding Public Trust: Environmental Sustainability, Fracking, and Public Opinion in American Politics provide a framework for a much more complex and nuanced understanding of government trust than was available previously.


May 12, 2017

The field of cybersecurity is ever-changing. Dr. Danny Davis is working to stay ahead if the game.


May 09, 2017

Lauren Bush Lauren, founder of FEED and granddaughter of President George H. W. Bush, spent time in the classroom with students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University prior to her remarks at the Bank of America Program on Volunteerism.


May 09, 2017

The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University recognized sixty-nine students for their achievements in earning the Dean’s Leadership Certificate or the Bush School Medal of Excellence.


May 08, 2017

Congressman Bill Flores traded his seat in the US House of Representatives for a seat at the head of an Aggie classroom recently as he led a seminar of homeland security graduate students at the Bush School.  What he had to tell them focused primarily on lessons about leadership and management.


May 05, 2017

When examining epidemics or pandemics like the 2014 Ebola outbreak, senior policy analysts at Texas A&M University say they are able to pinpoint breakdowns in the system that have catastrophic consequences if left uncorrected.  These include response delays that allow outbreaks to become an international public health and humanitarian crisis, the ineffectiveness of the World Health Organization, a lack of institutional capacity in disease hot spots, the reemergence of vaccine-preventable diseases due to anti-vaccine activists, gaps in health screening, and a lack of unifying biosecurity leadership in the United States.


May 01, 2017

Dr. Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabaar, assistant professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University (the “Bush School”), was awarded the Jamal Daniel Faculty Fellowship for the current academic year.


April 27, 2017

Dr. Joanna Lahey, associate professor at the Bush School of Government and Service at Texas A&M University, has been honored with the 2017 Women’s Progress Faculty Award.


April 19, 2017

If the Ebola crisis which began in 2013 was a “black swan” in terms of recent epidemics, it focused attention around the world on emerging infectious diseases, and the way biological threats, whether from outbreaks, accidents or attacks have increased due to globalization and technological innovation.


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