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September 25, 2019


September 19, 2019

Michael W. Howell, Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs and new faculty member at the Bush School, received the FBI Medal of Excellence in July 2019 just before his retirement from the Bureau.


September 06, 2019

Five Bush School graduates participated in the second annual Strategic Force Analysis Boot Camp, held August 6-9 at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque and organized by Georgetown University.


September 06, 2019

Peter Casey, a member of the 2020 class in the Department of International Affairs, has been awarded a CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS), which supports undergraduate and graduate students studying cyber-related disciplines.


May 21, 2019


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September 19, 2019

Michael W. Howell, Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs and new faculty member at the Bush School, received the FBI Medal of Excellence in July 2019 just before his retirement from the Bureau.


September 06, 2019

Five Bush School graduates participated in the second annual Strategic Force Analysis Boot Camp, held August 6-9 at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque and organized by Georgetown University.


September 06, 2019

Peter Casey, a member of the 2020 class in the Department of International Affairs, has been awarded a CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS), which supports undergraduate and graduate students studying cyber-related disciplines.



May 09, 2019

Professor Valerie Hudson of the Bush School’s Department of International Affairs has been named a Distinguished Professor, the University’s highest faculty honor. Hudson is one of seven faculty members who received the designation this year.


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

Texas A&M Professor James Olson uses his 31 years of experience as a CIA undercover operative to teach intelligence students at the Bush School. Provided by Taryn Woody, Texas A&M Foundation


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.


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