As COVID-19 spread across the country and world, nonprofits faced challenges to their everyday activities. The Bush School’s Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy produced a survey to assess the needs of nonprofit leaders in the Brazos Valley.
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Dr. Angela Seaworth, Director of Philanthropic Initiatives and Capacity Building at the Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy, shared her research on board diversity at the Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy Annual Symposium on November 17, 2020, co-presenting a session titled “The Power of the Nonprofit Board to Move Racial Equity Forward.” There were 300+ participants […]
On December 3, 2020, CGS Co-Director John Schuessler participated in a panel hosted by the Aronson Center for International Studies at Johns Hopkins University on “Reimagining US Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa.” The panel, hosted by Adria Lawrence, also included Vali Nasr, Eugene Finkel, and Calvert Jones. The panelists discussed the […]
Four Texas A&M University Bush School of Government and Public Service students were named to the Class of 2022 Robertson Fellows.
A growing body of research indicates that nonprofit organizations with demographically diverse boards are more adept at planning and strategy development, especially in complex and challenging operating contexts.
Dr. Adam Seipp, Texas A&M Professor of History and Albritton CGS affiliate, recently participated in the Army War College’s War Room podcast “Past Visions of Future Wars” to talk about military fiction and the techno-thrillers of the 1980s. Dr. Sieep was joined by DUSTY SHELVES editor, Tom Bruscino, and podcast editor Ron Granieri in the […]
By Justin Bailey When doors have opened or opportunities arisen, Roman Napoli has taken the opportunity. Put another way, throughout his career, Napoli has answered the call to serve. It’s that willingness that led The Bush School to name him the 2020 Outstanding Alumnus. “This is absolutely a huge honor,” Napoli said. “I learned so […]
On November 18, 2020, the Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy at Texas A&M University hosted a Conversation in Public Policy talk with Dr. Douglas Holtz-Eakin on the economic outlook for 2021. Holtz-Eakin has a distinguished record as an academic, policy adviser, and strategist. He was formerly the 6th Director of the nonpartisan […]
Former ISTPP Director, the late Kent Portney, and ISTPP Research Fellow Bryce Hannibal have published “The Impact of Water Scarcity on Support for Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation: A Water-Energy Nexus Study” in Energy Policy. In this paper, they examine the relationship between awareness of the water-energy nexus and local water scarcity on an individual’s support for […]
Bush School Dean Mark Welsh has announced that three members of the School’s faculty have been awarded academic professorships and fellowships.