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Why was Germany more effective at containing COVID-19?

Posted June 2, 2020

By Alix Poth ’18 The novel coronavirus quickly became a pandemic in 2020. Controlling the outbreak requires a coordinated international response, according to the CDC. Yet responses to the virus continue to vary across the world and countries appear to have different success rates in limiting the damage and inevitable deaths. Why were some countries […]

Kyra Easton

INTS Major Goes to Paris with PPIP

Posted April 14, 2020

The Department of International Studies would like to recognize Kyra Easton, an INTS Politics and Diplomacy major and French minor, who was awarded an internship this spring through the Public Policy Internship Program at Texas A&M. As one of Texas A&M University’s premier leadership and development opportunities, the Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP) provides a […]

Model Arab League Delegation

Outstanding Overall Delegation awarded to Texas A&M’s delegation at the 13th Model Arab League Conference

Posted April 1, 2020

  In February 2020, a delegation representing Texas A&M participated in the 13th annual Model Arab League Conference at the University ofHouston. The delegation consisted of 10 students (mostly INTS majors), who won four awards, including the Outstanding Overall Delegation.  Since 2008, Texas A&M has participated in this student leadership development program from the National Council […]