20 September 2016
Texas A&M University political scientist William Roberts Clark, the Charles Puryear Professor of Liberal Arts and head of the Department of Political Science, is among the researchers recognized by the British Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Clark, along with Matt Golder and Sona N. Golder, both associate professors of political science at […]
11 August 2016
Associate professor Diego von Vacano Camera was recently quoted on the NBC News website regarding Hispanics in the GOP and the soul wrestling and political positioning some are going through. Read the article.
30 June 2016
Professor Clark shares his thoughts on the aftermath of the Brexit vote in a blog-post for The Washington Post. Read the full article.
28 June 2016
Winner of a Carnegie Fellowship, associate professor of political science Matthew Fuhrmann was featured in PSNow by the American Political Science Association. You can read the entire Q&A online.
19 April 2016
The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced today that Professor Matthew Fuhrmann is among the 2016 Carnegie Fellows. The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program provides the most prestigious and most generous fellowships advancing research in the social sciences and humanities. The program supports an outstanding cadre of intellectuals whose research offers fresh perspectives on urgent, contemporary issues. […]
13 August 2015
Amanda Rutherford has won both the Association of Former Students Distinguished Graduate Student Award for Research and the George Kunze prize as the outstanding graduate student at Texas A&M. Rutherford joined the Department of Political Science in 2011. Since then, she has written ten refereed articles, presented research at 18 national conferences, and aided in […]
2 July 2015
NEWS RELEASE COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Alvaro “Gabe” Pereira of College Station has been appointed the next student regent for The Texas A&M University System by Governor Greg Abbott. He replaces outgoing student regent Colton L. Buckley of Gatesville. Pereira is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in political science from Texas A&M University at College Station. […]
27 April 2015
April 27, 2015, Bloomington, IN — The Midwest Political Science Association has established a new annual award recognizing outstanding scholarship in politics, public administration, and public policy in honor of Kenneth J. Meier, Distinguished Professor and Director of the Project for Equity, Representation & Governance at Texas A&M University. The inaugural award will recognize the […]
26 August 2014
Jose D. Villalobos is an Associate Professor of Political Science and the Provost’s Faculty Fellow-in-Residence in the Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Texas at El Paso. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and his doctoral degree from Texas A&M University. He received the […]
21 July 2014
A recent article, “Treating the fair sex fairly”, in The Economist magazine, highlights research currently underway at Texas A&M University by Professors Maria Escobar-Lemmon and Michele Taylor-Robinson. In a forthcoming paper, Maria Escobar-Lemmon and Michelle Taylor-Robinson of Texas A&M University compare the experience and accomplishments of the men and women among 447 cabinet ministers in recent administrations in […]