The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is a student organization dedicated to fostering debate among students and faculty about national security issues. This organization invites renowned scholars from universities and think tanks across the country to participate in debates and panels with Texas A&M faculty. Students are encouraged to participate in the discussions , and the hope is that the issues presented lead to vigorous discussion in and out of the classroom. Importantly, this organization is student driven. Events are planned by students, allowing members to interact with scholars and learn fundamental event-planning skills.
“Being involved in the Alexander Hamilton Society has allowed me to help bring attention to national security issues I feel passionate about,” said Amber Stotts. “Working together with students to invite scholars to interact with Texas A&M faculty showed me how strong the feeling of community is in the academic and policy worlds.”