A labor law expert from the Texas A&M School of Law breaks down the key points of conflict between the United Auto Workers union and the “Big Three” car manufacturers.
In visit to Bush School DC, Oksana Markarova says the lessons of the war will play a vital role in ensuring future peace and prosperity.
Commentary from a Texas A&M scholar of international relations and Ukrainian politics.
Texas A&M communication professor Dr. George Allen O. Villanueva explains what the strike means for this visible sector of America’s labor force that is facing new challenges.
Ashley has served numerous university and system roles, most recently as executive associate dean and senior professor at the Bush School.
Texas A&M Professor Venky Shankar discusses the hit-and-miss nature of rebranding and how the risky move can be done most effectively.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts say a variety of factors are impacting the price of milk and dairy-based products like cheese and ice cream.
Kirby Goidel reflects on America’s democratic experiment and says nothing has been gained without a fight.
New undergraduate degree tracks are being offered to meet growing hospitality workforce need.
A Texas A&M professor explains why there are laws against storing them insecurely.