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October 25, 2019

On November 12, 2019, as part of the Pandemic Policy Initiative, the Scowcroft Institute will host its 5th Annual Pandemic Policy Summit. The half-day conference will focus on current infectious disease outbreaks and findings from a student simulation.


May 09, 2019

The Tuesday, May 14 event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. will include keynote remarks from U.S. Sen. Richard Burr and Brett Giroir, Assistant Secretary of HHS for Health and feature remarks from international pandemic researchers and the release of a Scowcroft Institute white paper with policy recommendations for addressing the next pandemic.


May 06, 2019

China expert Will Norris is one of only twenty recent PhD graduates to become a part of the National Asia Research Program (NARP) fellowship for 2019 and get a $10,000 grant to publish policy-oriented research.


May 02, 2019

The term “water-energy-food nexus” describes the ways the three resources are heavily dependent on each other. A new The Takeaway policy brief addresses the governance of these resources as reflected in research from the Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy.


May 02, 2019

The authors of a new policy brief say that credit for the rise of oil and natural gas production in the United States should be properly attributed to a former student of Texas A&M University, George P. Mitchell, the father of modern hydraulic fracturing (fracking).


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October 25, 2019

On November 12, 2019, as part of the Pandemic Policy Initiative, the Scowcroft Institute will host its 5th Annual Pandemic Policy Summit. The half-day conference will focus on current infectious disease outbreaks and findings from a student simulation.


May 09, 2019

The Tuesday, May 14 event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. will include keynote remarks from U.S. Sen. Richard Burr and Brett Giroir, Assistant Secretary of HHS for Health and feature remarks from international pandemic researchers and the release of a Scowcroft Institute white paper with policy recommendations for addressing the next pandemic.


May 06, 2019

China expert Will Norris is one of only twenty recent PhD graduates to become a part of the National Asia Research Program (NARP) fellowship for 2019 and get a $10,000 grant to publish policy-oriented research.


May 02, 2019

The term “water-energy-food nexus” describes the ways the three resources are heavily dependent on each other. A new The Takeaway policy brief addresses the governance of these resources as reflected in research from the Institute for Science, Technology, and Public Policy.


May 02, 2019

The authors of a new policy brief say that credit for the rise of oil and natural gas production in the United States should be properly attributed to a former student of Texas A&M University, George P. Mitchell, the father of modern hydraulic fracturing (fracking).



February 15, 2019

As the U.S. federal debt continues to grow, Dr. Raymond Robertson explains why it threatens national security and is associated with a higher trade deficit.


February 01, 2019

Researchers from the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University in collaboration with researchers from Baylor College of Medicine are conducting the largest study in over half a century on the prevalence of neglected tropical diseases in the southern United States.


January 23, 2019

Bush School Professors are teaming up with Texas A&M colleagues to identify and examine how dynamics of planning, policies, and other factors help communities recover from major flooding. Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, Dr. Bryce Hannibal, and Ms. Carol Goldsmith of the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy (ISTPP) at the Bush School are partnering with other Texas A&M professors.


December 20, 2018

A new study, conducted by Kalena E. Cortes, an associate professor of public policy at Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government and Public Service, and Jane Arnold Lincove, an associate professor of public policy at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, found that low-income, highly qualified students are more likely to choose selective universities that match their academic profiles when they know state automatic admissions policies guarantee their admission.


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