Speaking to thousands in what was described as the George & Barbara Foundation’s largest-ever virtual event this week, former Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker gave his strategic insights on recent developments following the U.S. withdrawal from the country.
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The first-ever Bush School Diversity Town Hall was held Monday, September 6. Dean Mark Welsh discussed demographics at the Bush School and steps the Bush School has taken recently to address gaps in diversity and inclusion that exist in various dimensions of the College.
The Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy (ISTPP) is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Rotem Dvir to our staff. As an assistant research scientist, Dr. Dvir will expand the Institute’s research to examine the intersection of political psychology, decision making, and public policy. In particular, his work explores how interactions between behavioral […]
Thirteen distinguished faculty members from across Texas A&M University have been honored as 2021 Chancellor’s Enhancing Development and Generating Excellence in Scholarship (EDGES) Fellows. The Bush School’s Dr. Kalena Cortes was one of the award recipients.
Although warfare is a pervasive geopolitical risk, its effects on firms’ day-to-day operations are poorly understood. In the latest issue of The Takeaway, “Warfare Is a ‘Train Wreck’ for Global Supply Chains: What Can Governments Do to Mitigate Its Ill Effects?“, Andres Jola-Sanchez, Assistant Professor of Information and Operations Management at the Texas A&M Mays […]
The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy at the Bush School of Government & Public Service is pleased to announce the continuation of The Other Side of the Border: Ties that Bind and Issues that Divide, a speaker series organized by Bush School Assistant Professor Aileen Teague as part of the Institute’s Borders […]
Two faculty and two staff members each received a Silver Star Award from the Bush School Class of 2021. The Bush School Class of 2021 honored distinguished faculty and staff members with Silver Star Awards at a recent Bush School ceremony. Students recognized the positive impact faculty members Dr. Mallory Compton and Professor Katherine Weary […]
In his commencement address at the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony, John Whitehead, Bush School ’21, spoke about his long career in public service and how he came to the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Whitehead had just obtained an Executive Master of Public Service and Administration (EMPSA) from the Bush School of […]
Andrew Natsios, Director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs and Executive Professor at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, co-wrote an op-ed published recently in Devex titled “How the US Can Combat Hidden Hunger.” In the article, Professor Natsios, along with co-author Arun Baral, discuss the form of malnutrition known as hidden hunger, […]
Melanie Taylor has spent her entire career working for a nonprofit mental health provider. She currently works as the CEO of the Burke Center, which provides an array of community services to people with mental health issues, intellectual disabilities, and substance use concerns. Taylor attended Texas A&M University for a brief period as an undergraduate […]