February 17, 2022 | Scowcroft Institute: Dr. Gerald Parker, Director of the Biosecurity and Pandemic Policy Program at the Bush School, was featured in a recent article on COVID-19 and how the pandemic showed how the United States was unprepared for a biological threat of that magnitude.
February 8, 2022 | Public Service & Administration: Dr. Laura Dague, Associate Professor at the Bush School, joined the JAMA Health Forum monthly podcast last Friday to discuss her recent research looking at trends in Medicaid enrollment and disenrollment during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 31, 2022 | Scowcroft Institute: The American Medical Association has honored Dr. Peter Hotez, Senior Fellow with the Scowcroft Institute, with the Scientific Achievement Award for his work on promoting vaccines and combating vaccine misinformation.
(Conversation in Public Policy): Economic Challenges in a Post-COVID World: Inflation, Supply Chains, and Labor Markets
December 8, 2021 | Mosbacher Institute: On Dec. 2, the Mosbacher Institute at the Bush School, hosted a Conversation in Public Policy with Dr. Marc Giannoni, Senior VP at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, titled “Economic Challenges in a Post-COVID World: Inflation, Supply Chains, and Labor Markets.”
2022 Spring Semester Details:
- Returning to classes: Texas A&M protocols and free COVID-19 testing information outlined
- New CDC Protocols
- COVID-19 Booster Shots Available For Students, Faculty and Staff at Student Health Services
- Federal Vaccine Mandate Guidance at Texas A&M
- First day of classes was January 18.
- Spring Break will be March 14-18 (March 18 – Faculty/Staff Holiday).
- Last day of classes will be May 3.
- Final exams will be May 5-10.
This page suggests ways to care for your mental health during these experiences and provides resources for more help. It also describes feelings and thoughts you may have during and after physical distancing and/or self-isolation.
The coronavirus has brought a great deal of uncertainty to our lives, along with potential for misinformation that can be harmful or destructive to our campus and communities. A resource from the Texas A&M Office of Diversity website provides proactive strategies that reinforce “Hate is not an Aggie value.”
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