Natalia Flores, class of 2024 Master of International Affairs Candidate, discusses how she came to the Bush School on a whim and has since thoroughly enjoyed her experience and ability to create a community, establishing LATAMU and student organizations serving and recognizing Hispanic students on campus. Tell Me About Yourself My name is Natalia Flores […]
Meet Javier Díaz, a Master of Public Service and Administration student at the Bush School. Javier was inspired by President George H.W. Bush and his grandfather’s commitment to public service. He believes in the power of young individuals to enhance government and public services in Mexico. Tell Us About Yourself. My name is Javier Díaz. […]
A new issue of The Takeaway explores how the trade-promoting effects of Regional Trade Agreements can vary significantly, especially for specific products like apparel. COLLEGE STATION, TX (September 08, 2023) – The most recent issue of The Takeaway reports on research showing that the trade-promoting effects of regional trade agreements (RTAs) vary significantly across RTAs […]
Bassel Bashour is a first-year Master of International Affairs student with a concentration in National Security and Diplomacy. Introduce Yourself My name is Bassel Bashour. I’m an MIA student, meaning Masters of International Affairs. I’m currently concentrating in Diplomacy and National Security. I have previous experience in education and politics and in foreign languages, and […]
On Wednesday, March 22, students from the Bush School of Government and Public Service hosted the International Artisan Market and Cultural Exchange as part of their capstone project. The event showcased shoes created by indigenous Zapotec women artisans from Oaxaca, Mexico. The group of over 150 artisans is known as the DAVA Artisan Design, which […]
Last semester (fall 2023), David Winter, an Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) student affiliate, completed a Marcellus Policy Fellowship with the John Quincy Adams Society. Over the course of several months, the Marcellus Policy fellows wrestled with ideas that can animate a prudent foreign policy. They honed their writing skills under expert guidance, crafting […]
Erin Steglich is a first-year Bush School Student who previously received her Bachelor’s in Agricultural Leadership and Development and Agricultural Science from Texas A&M. She is pursuing her Master’s in Public Service and Administration with a concentration in Public Policy Analysis. Introduce yourself Howdy. My name is Erin Steglich and I am a Master of […]
Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) Student Affiliate Ben Giltner recently published an article in the Daily Caller. Giltner’s piece, “No More Tanks And Jets To Ukraine. There’s A Better Strategy,” examines the problems with western countries sending Ukraine tanks and aircraft. Giltner also points out that attrition warfare would take advantage of another important asset the Ukrainians already […]
Cailey Young, class of 2023 Master of Public Service & Administration candidate, discusses herexperience at the Bush School. Cailey is in the Nonprofit Management Track with a concentration in International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGO).
Amea Thompson, class of 2023 Master of Public Service & Administration Candidate, discusses her experience at the Bush School. Amea is in the Nonprofit Management track.