Skip to main content

  • globe

    Political scientist analyzes nuclear talks with North Korea

    Department of Political Science professor Matthew Fuhrmann, an expert on nuclear proliferation, talked to NPR about current nuclear talks with North Korea. He commented: “Nuclear weapons are very good for self-defense, and for preserving the existing status quo,” argues Texas A&M University political scientist Matt Fuhrmann. But he says they’re not especially useful for forcing changes […]

  • fuhrmann

    Dr. Fuhrmann Receives SGA Open Educator Award

    The Student Government Association (SGA) Open Educator Award from the Student Government Association at Texas A&M University awarded a Political Science Professor Dr. Fuhrmann for demonstrating the most compelling and significant positive impact in using open-access materials in innovative ways in the classroom, to reduce the financial burden for students. The SGA at Texas A&M […]

  • Political Science Faculty Honored at the Annual Dean’s Recognition Reception

    College of Liberal Arts Dean Pamela R. Matthews honored the following political science faculty members at the annual Dean’s Recognition Reception: David Fortunato, associate professor in the Department of Political Science was appointed Ray A. Rothrock ’77 Fellow. Matthew Fuhrmann, professor in the Department of Political Science was appointed Presidential Impact Fellow. Guy Whitten, professor in […]

  • fuhrmann

    Fuhrmann Research Cited In New York Times

    In a recent article on North Korea’s drive for nuclear arms, the New York Times referenced the research in Nuclear Weapons and Coercive Diplomacy, by Todd S. Sechser and Matthew Fuhrmann. read the referenced article by the New York Times. Matthew Fuhrmann is an associate professor of political science at Texas A&M University. He was named an Andrew […]