Happy 100th Birthday, Mr. President!

To celebrate President George H.W. Bush’s centennial birthday this year, a new scholarship initiative is expanding his legacy.

What Makes Us Aggies

Six students share how they live out Texas A&M University’s core values.

Office Hours

Step inside the curious world of faculty and staff who have made their offices uniquely their own.

What Does the Future of Work Look Like?

Faculty from across disciplines track the socioeconomic trends affecting the workplace today and tomorrow.

Honoring a Tradition

Former Bush School student and planned giving scholar Antonio Ramos-Michael ’20 prepares for a life of service.

Picture Perfect Tribute

Renowned artist Benjamin Knox ’90 honors George H.W. Bush's legacy with a commemorative 16-foot oil painting for the Bush School of Government & Public Service.

The Spirit of 41

As the Bush School of Government and Public Service celebrates its 25th anniversary, discover the ABCs of its storied history, notable strengths and bright future.

Growing Room

Home to the Bush School of Government & Public Service, the newly renovated Allen Building offers numerous legacy naming opportunities.

Bush School D.C. Teaching Site Receives First Endowed Gift

Gemini Industries is supporting the Intelligence Community through an endowed lecture series at the Bush School’s new Washington D.C. teaching site.

A Match Made in Aggieland

Creating a matching opportunity or utilizing matching funds provided by other donors is a powerful way to double your impact at Texas A&M University.

Life in the Shadows

Trained by the best, Aggie graduates of the Intelligence Studies Program are making their mark in the world as covert operatives and analysts.

Educating Tomorrow's Public Servants

William "Bill" Jentsch Jr. ’80 plans a gift for the Bush School in efforts to educate future policymakers and public servants.

We Asked: What is Your New Year's Resolution?

Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.

Did You Know

The Bush School of Government and Public Service has opened its doors in Washington, D.C.

Honoring a First Lady

A graduate fellowship was created in honor of former First Lady Barbara Bush for students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

A Passion for Public Service

Maria and Rex Grey ’67 are supporting America’s future public servants with a planned gift to the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Campaign Update

During the Lead by Example campaign, countless individuals chose to honor their loved ones through honorary or memorial gifts. Here are six of their stories.

Texas A&M Foundation Hosts Second Annual Exploration Day

Fully-immersive event showcased four high-impact research and academic initiatives by Texas A&M University students and faculty.

For the Faculty

Esteemed faculty member Dr. James M. Griffin gives $500,000 toward two endowed professorships at the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

New Gifts: Recent Gifts to Texas A&M

Couples establish gifts for the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, and the College of Architecture; Chilifest gives endowed scholarship.

Howdy, Mason Alexander-Hawk '20

Get to know Mason Alexander-Hawk ’20, a graduate student and fellowship recipient at the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Lighting the Future

Linda and Steve Vincent ’73 are taking their passion for international outreach to the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

A Life at Sea

Capt. Greg Tylawsky ’84 credits the Texas A&M Maritime Academy for his successful career at sea.

Closing Chapters and Turning Pages

Drs. Charles “Chuck” Hermann and Lorraine Eden establish a fellowship to support future generations of public servants at the Bush School.

Cover Feature

From engineering and public policy to the military, how Texas A&M University is preparing its students to tackle issues of cybersecurity.

Editor's Desk

The world of cybersecurity is constantly evolving. How Aggies are remaining at the forefront of the industry.

Faculty Fieldwork

For 31 years, Professor James Olson and his wife served as CIA undercover operatives in major international capitals like Vienna, Moscow and Mexico City. Today, he’s using his experiences to teach intelligence studies at the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Faculty Fieldwork

Ecologist Dr. Leslie Ruyle creates innovative solutions for conservation, conflict and development.

New Gifts: Recent Gifts to the Foundation

First scholarship for EnMed; gift supports Women’s Resource Center; students establish Barbara Bush memorial scholarship.

Gifts Establish New Center for Grand Strategy at Texas A&M’s Bush School

Multimillion-dollar gifts establish a new Center for Grand Strategy at Texas A&M University's Bush School of Government and Public Service.

New Gifts

A planned gift establishes three Corps scholarships; couple surprises great-niece with a scholarship; gifts for the Texas A&M Coaching Academy and the Bush School of Government and Public Service.

Opportunity

The Boone and Crockett Club campaigns to name a Texas A&M University conservation program after the late Dr. Red Duke ’50.

Opportunity

The Bush School of Government and Public Service celebrates 20 years of grooming public servants who impact the state, nation and world.

Unconquered and Unconquerable

Scholarship recipient Morgan Gray ’16 ’18 hopes to apply her public service education as an advocate for the Chickasaw Nation.

On Campus: News From Across Texas A&M

Howdy Walkers keep an Aggie tradition alive; bike-share program comes to campus; U-STAR prepares future teachers for urban classrooms; graduate students work in the Texas Legislature.

A New Kind of Warfare

The Bush School of Government and Public Service grooms students for cybersecurity careers.

Global Footprint

The Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs seeks to become a world leader in global pandemic policy.

Lab Work: Research Developments

Qatar mathematician predicts fate of Malaysia Airlines flight; horseback riding can fight obesity; professor helps protect bats from wind turbines; Bush School researcher finds tariff bias.