As the world around us continuously changes, Bush School students are offered pragmatic methods for engaging with their communities and serving our society on local, regional, national, and global fronts. Our alumni from the Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) program are working in different capacities throughout the nonprofit world and continually draw upon […]
Cultivating the next generation of nonprofit leaders is one of the goals in our Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) program at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Our current and former students within the MPSA program are striving to make the world a better place through their daily work. By focusing […]
Happy Veterans Day! At its core, today is about service. All of you are remarkable examples of that! Many of you wore our nation’s cloth, and this day specifically celebrates you.
Matthew Miller began working on his Executive Master of Public Service & Administration (EMPSA) degree as a member of the charter class in summer 2016 when the program began. It was not his first time as a student of the Bush School of Government & Public Service.
Article written by Erin Sydney Fox, Office of Extended Education Most people wait until after they have finished their master’s degree to switch careers or change jobs. As a chronic overachiever, Schedir Illoldi was not one of them. While pursuing the Executive Master of Public Service and Administration (EMPSA) degree from Texas A&M University’s Bush […]
Josefa González Mariscal, a 2018 graduate of the Bush School’s online Executive Master of Public Service and Administration program (EMPSA), has been named Executive Director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The center showcases Latinx and Hispanic art and culture from across the world and is home to three performing […]
By Katie Gale I was lucky enough to earn my master’s degree at a presidential library. This alone was pretty amazing, but the icing on the cake was that this library’s namesake was still living and very much involved in “his” school. 41 (as we affectionally called him) walked our halls and participated in class […]
By Justin Bailey At 7 PM on a “normal” night in New York City, it’s easy to get lost in the “hustle and bustle” of America’s largest and most dense metropolitan area. People commute home from work after a long day or catch the subway to see a movie with friends. Esther Larson, a 2006 […]
By Justin Bailey, The Bush School For Kylie Jackson, reality set in on Wednesday, March 11th. On that day, the Houston Rodeo followed South by Southwest’s lead and cancelled its many events after fourteen cases of COVID-19 were found in the Greater Houston area. It was the first time in its eighty-eight-year history that the […]
Public Service has been the theme of the career of 2007 Bush School graduate Kathryn Kaufman, who was honored with the Bush School’s 2019 Outstanding Alumni award. In only twelve years since graduating with a Master of International Affairs, she’s had career highlights ranging from representing the United States at the G7 Summit, to bringing […]