A paper on global semiconductor supply chains examines the conflict between the United States and China for semiconductor supremacy and its policy implications. Semiconductor-based technologies have far-reaching implications for both economic competition and national security. Will U.S. sanctions targeting China’s semiconductor industry slow their rapid development and what will their effect be on global supply […]
Congratulations to Dr. Kalena Cortes on a new approach to studying academic progress, which was recently published in Science.
On April 28, Verlin and Howard Kruse ’52 Founders Professor in the Department of Public Service and Administration, Dr. Kalena Cortes (The Bush School of Government and Public Service), and co-authors had their paper published in the academic journal, Science. Dr. Cortes worked with authors René F. Kizilcec from Cornell University; Rachel B. Baker from […]
Dr. Ruyle Selected for Bridge-Building Mission to Israel
Dr. Leslie Ruyle, Research Scientist in the Department of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government & Public Service, has been selected as one of 35 participants from universities and colleges across the country to take part in the 2022-23 Winter – Faculty Fellowship Program with the Jewish National Fund-USA. Following its MoU signing with the University of Arizona and Israel’s Arava […]
Robert Shandley: Faculty Spotlight
Dr. Robert Shandley began his career at Texas A&M in 2010 as a professor of German and Film. He later became the Head of the Department of International Studies in 2012 and 2022 joined the Bush School faculty working as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs. Shandley graduated from University of Minnesota with a PhD […]
Bush School Announces 2022 Outstanding Faculty and Staff Awards
Each year, the Bush School Faculty and Staff Awards celebrates those who have been singled out by students, peers, and supervisors for excellence in teaching and accomplishments of our faculty and staff. This year’s awards ceremony took place on October 7th at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. Dr. Ann Bowman, Dr. Joanna Lahey, Julia Lawrence and Jennifer Moore were this year’s award recipients.
Dr. Lahey Named Presidential Impact Fellow
The Bush School’s Dr. Joanna N. Lahey has earned the distinguished Presidential Impact Fellows Award, becoming one of twenty Texas A&M University faculty members to join the 2021 cohort. Created in 2017 by former President Young, the award recognizes accomplished faculty who hold promise of becoming world-changers in their respective fields and demonstrate Texas A&M’s […]
Bush School Associate Dean Dr. Frank Ashley Appointed Director of Diversity Initiatives
Dr. Ashley will manage a budget of $24.7 million devoted toward improving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Texas A&M.
Colin Powell’s Legacy
Texas A&M Bush School and College of Liberal Arts faculty members remember the late former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, secretary of state and national security advisor.
Dr. Brian Nakamura: Faculty Spotlight
Dr. Brian Nakamura teaches public management and public policy program evaluation at the Bush School. He spoke about his research on state and local government in the context of US policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bush School Lecturer Ron Sullivan Promoted to Brigadier General in JAG Corps
The Bush School congratulates Colonel Ronald D. Sullivan, Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Administration, on his promotion to Brigadier General in the U.S. Army Reserve on October 1, 2021. Sullivan will serve in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps as Chief Judge of the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals […]