Dr. Kenneth Taylor, Director of Outreach and Professional Development at the Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy, was chosen to help develop and test a training program for nonprofit recovery organizations and foundations aimed at assisting them to improve and become more efficient at leveraging vital recovery resources.
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Texas has more than twice the national average rate of uninsured residents but has chosen not to expand Medicaid. Bush School faculty member Laura Dague estimated the impact Medicaid expansion could have in Texas. At current funding rates, Medicaid expansion could bring in $5.4 billion in new federal dollars to Texas and provide health insurance […]
The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant disruptions in the global value chains on which many industries depend. In a recent issue of The Takeaway, faculty member Anupam Agrawal urges steps be taken to add resilience to manufacturing capabilities in areas critical to national interest. The COVID-19 pandemic is causing both increased demand for essential health supplies […]
ISTPP’s Dr. Xinsheng Liu and Dr. Arnold Vedlitz recently published a research article on the topic of citizen and public service co-production. This article was coauthored with ISTTP Research Fellow Dr. Youlang Zhang. “How Social Capital Shapes Citizen Willingness to Co‐invest in Public Service: The Case of Flood Control” has appeared in the journal Public […]
Bush School Dean Mark Welsh has announced the appointment of Jay B. Silveria as the Executive Director of the recently established Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, teaching site in Washington, DC.
Without multilateral action, bold leadership and collaboration to develop and equitably distribute a vaccine, the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to a “new Cold War,” leading science and health authorities said Thursday during a virtual discussion.
On September 21, 2020, the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) and Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University are releasing a volume discussing Russia policy under the next U.S. president. A perennial issue facing presidents is American policy towards Russia. Specifically, the next […]
On September 15, 2020, Laura Chapman Rubbo, Director of Responsible Governance and Supply Chains for The Walt Disney Company, was awarded the McLane Leadership in Business Award by the Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy. The award recognizes outstanding contributions in the areas of business and public service. Rubbo started the evening describing […]
Dr. Jasen Castillo, Associate Professor in the Department of International Affairs at the Bush School and co-director of the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, coauthored “Loyalty, Hedging, or Exit: How Weaker Alliance Partners Respond to the Rise of New Threats” with Alexander B. Downes in the Journal of Strategic Studies. The article explores how weaker […]
Vesa Bashota, an Albanian from Kosovo, and Anita Mitic, a Serb from Serbia, currently live in Texas as Fulbright students. For most, we make for an improbable duo, but for us it was an instant connection that has weathered a pandemic, the first year of graduate school, two hurricane seasons, and a meeting between our two countries in the White House.