Honoring a Tradition
May 2, 2022: U.S. Army 1st Lt. Antonio “Tony” Ramos-Michael ’20 has no trouble envisioning his future: eight years of active-duty service followed by 12 years as a reservist or member of the National Guard.
The Spirit of 41
May 1, 2022: As the Bush School of Government and Public Service celebrates its 25th anniversary, discover the ABCs of its storied history, notable strengths and bright future.
Down to the Data
November 14, 2021: The Bush School of Government and Public Service’s Intelligence Studies Program transforms students into workforce-ready professionals through practical instruction.
Scholarship Created in Honor of the Late Dr. Kent Portney
April 21, 2022: The Bush School of Government and Public Service is honored to announce the creation of the Dr. Kent E. Portney Endowed Memorial Scholarship in remembrance of the late Dr. Kent Portney. Marilyn Santiesteban, former assistant director for career programming at the Bush School and Portney’s wife, has generously provided initial backing for the scholarship.
October 29, 2021: Nestled neatly in the heart of West Campus, the Robert H. ’50 and Judy Ley Allen Building stands as the iconic home of the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Within its walls, the Allen Building has seen over 2,300 Bush School graduates grow into dedicated public servants. The building has also welcomed numerous government officials, former heads of state and distinguished visitors.
Bush School D.C. Teaching Site Receives First Endowed Gift
July 1, 2021: The Bush School of Government and Public Service’s teaching site in Washington, D.C. is celebrating an endowed gift made by Gemini Industries Inc. As the first endowed gift for the new site, which welcomed its inaugural cohort of—in true Aggie fashion—12 students in January 2021, Gemini Industries Inc. is supporting the Intelligence Community of tomorrow.
A Match Made in Aggieland
May 18, 2021: Creating a matching opportunity or utilizing matching funds provided by other donors is a powerful way to double your impact at Texas A&M University.
Life in the Shadows
April 20, 2021: When Jim Olson goes to the mall or the park, he’s sometimes followed by a stealthy group of Aggies, discreetly watching his every move. The tail comes with the territory when training a new generation for clandestine roles in the intelligence world.