Caitlin "Cait" Shields '11 October 16, 2020 2:55 PM updated: October 20, 2020 12:17 PM
Texas A&M University is opening a new teaching site in Washington, D.C. featuring The Bush School of Government and Public Service, a graduate program founded by the nation’s 41st president.
“We know that many Aggies already working and leading at the forefront of government and industry in D.C. and around the world will be thrilled with this exciting news,” said Michael K. Young, president of Texas A&M University. “We welcome interest from prospective graduate students who seek to further their careers and serve the nation and world with excellence, respect, integrity, leadership, loyalty and selfless service."
Learn more about the new site here.
The site is accepting applications for its master of international policy degree, which will begin in January 2021. Read more about that program here.
Bush School Dean Mark Welsh named Jay B. Silveria, former superintendent (president) of the United States Air Force Academy, as executive director of the new teaching site. Learn more here.
The Association of Former Students has a bold vision to engage 100,000 donors annually for Texas A&M by the end of 2020. To learn more, visit tx.ag/100Kby2020. To help us help more Aggies, make a gift at tx.ag/Give.