Learn more about why students have chosen the Bush School of Government & Public Service as Evan Lee, class of 2023 Master of International Affairs candidate, discusses his experience at the Bush School. Evan is in the National Security & Diplomacy Track. Introduce yourself. My name is Evan Lee. I am doing a master’s in […]
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Michael W. Howell joined the faculty as an Associate Professor of the Practice in the Department of International Affairs in the fall of 2019. Howell graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and earned a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies at the Naval War College, graduating with distinction. Introduce […]
Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service hosted its first graduation celebration in its new Washington, D.C. teaching site known as the Bush School DC. The celebration held on May 6, 2022, was attended by graduate candidates, current and former students, their families, and friends, along with the Diana Davis Spencer […]
“By the time I graduated from the Bush School, I had lived in six different countries and nine different cities,” said Cristina Candia Lopez, reminiscing about her early years. In learning to develop a sense of belonging and connection in different places, Lopez built a foundation for her future career in corporate Diversity, Equity & […]
Learn more about why students have chosen the Bush School of Government & Public Service as Lauren Lathon ’22, Master of Public Service and Administration candidate, discusses her experience at the Bush School.
Learn more about why students have chosen the Bush School of Government & Public Service as Pal Brahmbhatt ’22, Master of Public Service and Administration candidate, discusses her experience at the Bush School. Introduce yourself. My name is Pal Brahmbhatt and I’m a second-year Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) student here at the […]
Dr. Xinsheng Liu, senior research scholar and research scientist with the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy (ISTPP) at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, presented two research papers at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Annual Conference that took place from April 6-10, 2022, in Chicago. The first paper, “General Science-Technology Orientation, Specific […]
This issue of The Takeaway reminds us that not all recessions are the same and that some respond more to government stimulus spending than others.
This past summer, Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) candidates Jake Bronson ‘23 and Carling Repass ’23 contributed to an audit report that earned an internationally-recognized award. As part of an internship with the City of College Station’s Internal Audit Office, Bronson and Carling worked on a rigorous investigation of the City’s payroll process. […]
Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) Student Affiliate Ben Giltner recently published an article in the Chicago Tribune. Giltner’s piece, “Georgia’s desire to join Western alliance could spark conflict with Russia. The US should step in,” examines how the U.S. can help avoid a reignition of the Georgia-Russia conflict by following a grand strategy of restraint. Giltner also […]