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Ambassador John T. Hennessey-Niland Joins Bush School

By | 2022-09-09T18:40:32+00:00 September 9th, 2022|Member News|

Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service is pleased to announce the appointment of Ambassador John T. Hennessey-Niland to Professor of the Practice in the Department of International Affairs.

Dr. David Bearce to Head International Affairs Department

By | 2022-09-09T18:38:15+00:00 September 9th, 2022|Member News|

Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service is pleased to announce the appointment of David H. Bearce, Ph.D., as Head of the Department of International Affairs.

ISTPP Research Cited In CNN Article

By | 2022-09-09T18:26:07+00:00 September 9th, 2022|Member News|

A recent article on CNN.com titled “China endures summer of extreme weather as record rainfall and scorching heat wave cause havoc” has cited 2019 research completed by members of the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy (ISTPP). The CNN article looks at the summer heat wave scorching China currently and cited the ISTPP research when discussing the reality that many Chinese are just beginning to realize the effects of climate change. The 2019 ISTPP cited research was titled “Examining Public Concern about Global Warming and Climate Change in China” and studied to what degree Chinese citizens are concerned about the seriousness of global warming and climate change (GWCC) and looked at the key factors that shape their concern. The research project included Dr. Xinsheng Liu, Senior Research Scholar and Research Scientist at the Bush School, and the late Dr. Kent Portney, former director of the ISTPP. The ISTPP was formed to fill a critical gap between science and technology research and public policy research. Through their research, scientists detect emerging problems that require policy actions to address them.

CGS Fellow Publishes Article in the National Interest

By | 2022-09-09T18:24:02+00:00 September 9th, 2022|Member News|

The Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) 2022-23 Postdoctoral Fellow, Shahin Berenji, has published a new article with the National Interest, “Arms Alone Cannot Win the Peace in Ukraine.”

The Bush School Celebrates its 25th Anniversary

By | 2022-09-09T18:21:08+00:00 September 9th, 2022|Member News|

Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service kicks off a week of special events and programs in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. The celebration week takes place September 6th-10th on the Bush School’s College Station campus. REGISTER TO ATTEND One highlight of the celebration week will feature an evening with Dr. Ray M. Bowen,

Bush School Student and CGS Student Affiliate Publishes Article in Chicago Tribune

By | 2022-06-07T17:58:03+00:00 June 7th, 2022|Member News|

Albritton Center for Grand Strategy (CGS) Student Affiliate Ben Giltner recently published an article in the Chicago Tribune. Giltner’s piece, “Georgia’s desire to join Western alliance could spark conflict with Russia. The US should step in,” examines how the U.S. can help avoid a reignition of the Georgia-Russia conflict by following a grand strategy of restraint.

Governor Abbott Appoints Parker, Names Goldberg Chair Of Texas Holocaust, Genocide, And Anti-Semitism Advisory Commission

By | 2022-06-07T17:36:40+00:00 June 7th, 2022|Member News|

Sandra Hagee Parker of San Antonio is the in-house counsel for Global Evangelism, Inc. and Christians United for Israel (CUFI). She is the Chairwoman of the Board for the CUFI Action Fund, a board member for Aid the Silent, and a member of the State Bar of Texas. Parker received a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University, an Executive Master of Public Service & Administration degree from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, and a Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s School of Law.

Bush School Students Study Impacts of Natural Disasters and Conflict in Nepal

By | 2016-06-16T13:26:32+00:00 May 20th, 2016|Member News|

Students at the Bush School conduct the first empirical study examining how the history of conflict impacts natural disaster resilience for USAID.