The Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Hyunseok (H. S.) Hwang to our staff. As an assistant research scientist, Dr. Hwang will expand the Institute’s research in the areas of organizational theory, environmental sociology, community resilience, philanthropic studies, and social entrepreneurship. His research focuses on the […]
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Faculty members like Dr. Terry Fernsler strive to enhance the foundational skills of Bush School students as they work towards careers in public service. Since Spring 2019, Dr. Fernsler has taught Management and Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations (PSAA 644) and Tools for Leadership in Public Service (PSAA 602). Both courses are integral building blocks within […]
Inaugural classes and building renovations underway; faculty awarded two prestigious grants. WASHINGTON, DC – Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service is pleased to announce its inaugural classes as part of the Master of International Policy (MIP) program are underway. After starting virtually on January 19, 2021, due to the current coronavirus […]
The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy congratulates CGS faculty affiliate Dr. Yuval Weber for winning two prestigious funding awards. Weber, with Edward Lemon and Marlene Laruelle, was awarded the Department of Defense’s Minerva Research Initiative grant to investigate hierarchy and resilience in global power politics, focusing on Central Asian countries such as Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and […]
The Mosbacher Institute’s Border & Migration Lab is pleased to announce a new speaker series organized by Bush School of Government and Public Policy Assistant Professor Aileen Teague—The Other Side of the Border: Ties That Bind and Issues That Divide. The series will host two events this spring with practitioners working on the Border and […]
Dr. Jeryl Mumpower, Bush School Professor Emeritus and ISTPP Research Fellow, as part of the ISTPP terrorism team, recently presented a study on the public’s reaction to lone wolf terrorism activity. This study is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation. The bulk of the research team’s analysis evaluates responses to a national […]
The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy signed a Commitment to Collaborate agreement on research, education, and programming with the International Labour Organization Office for the United States.
Former senior officials from Secretary Robert Mosbacher’s Commerce Department will speak to the Bush School of Government and Public Service about the lessons they learned and how those lessons apply to today’s challenges. The event is an installment of the ConocoPhillips White House Lecture Series, which provides insights into the workings of the executive branch, governmental processes, and the particular functions and challenges of each office.
In a single term as president, George H.W. Bush led the western world through one its most consequential periods — the fall of the Soviet Union and the reunification of Germany that marked the peaceful end of the Cold War.
Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service is launching its first classes at its new Washington, DC, teaching site. More than a dozen students have enrolled in classes in the Master of International Policy (MIP) degree program.