The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy and the Political Science Department at the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University presents “Hinge Points: An Inside Look at North Korea’s Nuclear Program” on Wednesday, April 26 in the Allen Building, Room 1110, 1000 George Bush Dr. W. College Station, TX 77845. Registration is required […]
José Antônio Cheibub: Faculty Spotlight
José Antônio Cheibub is a Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University with the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Professor Cheibub’s research interests include comparative politics, with a focus on the emergence and effects of democratic regimes and specific democratic institutions. Introduce Yourself Hi. I’m José Antônio Cheibub. I am a professor […]
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 […]
Building a Better Aggieland
Former Student Whitney Coats ‘08, ‘10 (MIA) embodies the Aggie core value of selfless service.
The Most Restrictive Abortion Law in the United States
No matter which side of the abortion debate you’re on, experts say it’s important to know the legal implications of the Texas Heartbeat Act.
Bottling the Aggie Spirit
Aggies often talk about the “Spirit can ne’er be told, the spirit of Aggieland.” While many of us struggle to explain it to friends outside the Aggie family, three alumni are attempting to bottle and share it with the world.
Barbara Johns: A Trailblazer for Change
A statue of Barbara Johns, whose efforts helped in the desegregation of the public school system, is set to replace a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in representing Virginia at the US Capitol.
Jeffery A. Szymanski ‘90: A Gifted Leader Who Values the Aggie Network
As a grade school student, Jeffery A. Szymanski ‘90 dreamed of joining the Aggie network. Today, he’s not only part of the Aggie network; he’s a leader within it.
Strong Political Institutions Can Uphold Democracy, Even If People Can’t Agree on Politics
Professor Joseph Ura talks to The Conversation. Americans’ trust in the federal government has declined steadily in the last half-century, polls show. The 2020 presidential election did little to restore that confidence. Although “democracy has prevailed,” as President Joe Biden said during his inauguration, a recent Marist College poll showed that one-third of the country believes the presidential […]
From Bobcat to Aggie: A December Graduate with an Unlikely Beginning
Lindsey Brenner ‘20 came to Aggieland her sophomore year in the hopes of pushing herself academically. She’s done just that while making lifelong friends in the process.