During the month of April, the Bush School of Government & Public Service will be highlighting the nine second-year Master of Public Service & Administration (MPSA) students currently working in the Texas State Legislature, as part of a social media series titled “Bush School in the Texas Legislature.”
Follow along all month long at instagram.com/bushschool and enjoy
“Bush School in the Texas Legislature.”
Started in 2011, this is the seventh session in which the Bush School Texas Legislative Capstone has sent students to Austin to work in the Legislature under the direction of Bush School Professor and Hazel Davis and Robert Kennedy Endowed Chair in Government and Public Service Ann Bowman. As part of their curriculum, all Bush School students study complex public policy issues during their capstone projects. These high-energy and highly motivated students develop an understanding of real-world problems and address them with their clients.
As part of the social media series, each student will be providing a “behind-the-scenes” look at their daily activity in the current Legislative session in a quick-hitting, exciting look at what our students are experiencing working in the Texas Legislature.
Follow along all month long at instagram.com/bushschool and enjoy “Bush School in the Texas Legislature.”
- April 12: Aditya Prasetyo (State House)
- April 18: Abdulatif Zaki (State House)
- Tal Carson (State Senate)
- Sydney DeVault-Garvey (State Senate)
- Israel Eisenbeiss (State Senate)
- Ryan Heare (State Senate)
- Willie Gonzalez (State House)
- Taitelyn Morris (State House)
- Debbra Willis (State House)