A Texas A&M study found that adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census would cost some states their congressional seats.
Former Special Agent Robert Booth will discuss State Department espionage cases at Texas A&M.
Robert Kaplan, author and former foreign correspondent for The Atlantic, will deliver remarks on geopolitics in 2019.
The Fallon-Marshall Lecture series will showcase distinguished faculty to discuss “Trust in the Age of Social Media.”
George Washington University Professor David Shambaugh will explore the past, present and future of U.S.-China relations at a Feb. 28 lecture.
Ambassador Ed Djerejian will give his insider perspective and experiences on President George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy.
Former Secretary Andy Card and former Chief of Staff Jean Becker will share rare, behind-the-scenes memories of President George H.W. Bush.
Residents are less informed, less engaged in their communities and less influential with their legislators in cities where polarized national news sources are replacing shuttered local newspapers.
Seven Texas A&M Bush School students in a capstone course will help state legislators research policy and draft and analyze bills.
Georgetown University’s Elizabeth N. Saunders will discuss “The Unconstrained Presidency” at Texas A&M Jan. 30.