Find the most recent Public Service & Administration research books, book chapters, and journal articles below via Scholars@TAMU.
Scholars@TAMU is a profile system that hosts searchable expertise for faculty and TAMU organizations by gathering data from institution-level/enterprise systems, publicly available research data (e.g., grants and publications), and other authoritative sources. The system helps to improve the discoverability of scholarly expertise, enhance the scholarly identity of researchers and facilitate new research collaboration.
- Bright, Leonard. “2013 – 2014 Capstone Project.” Brazos Valley Council of Governments. $1,500.
- Brown, William. “Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation Capstone.” Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation. $500.
- Brown, William. “Texas Association of Community Colleges Capstone.” Texas Association of Community Colleges. $820.
- Cortes, Kalena. “Doubling Up – The Impact of Remedial Algebra on Students’ Long-Run Obstacles.” Harvard University. 2012 – 2014. $81,756.
- Cortes, Kalena. “Post-Secondary Educational Opportunity in Texas.” Greater Texas Foundation. 2013 – 2016. $90,000.
- Lahey, Joanna. “Age Discrimination in Hiring: Eye Tracking During the Resume Review Process.” Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. 2012 – 2015. $116,201.
- Morrison, Jenny. “McKenna Foundation Capstone.” McKenna Foundation. $1,500.
- Paarlberg, Laurie. “NSF Transfer: Institutional Competing Logics.” National Science Foundation. $76,812.
- Rosser, Aubrey. “A Statewide Strategy for Postsecondary Completion in Rural Texas.” Communities Foundation of Texas. $10,000.
- Rosser, Aubrey. “Knapp Community Care Foundation Capstone.” Knapp Community Care Foundation. $4,974.