The Washington Post has published an article on President Trump as the U.S.’s first Latin American president. Diego von Vacano, Associate Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University, is cited with the article. You can read the entire article on the Washington Post website.
George C. Edwards III, University Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Jordan Chair in Presidential Studies at Texas A&M, has written about recent debate regarding the Electoral College. The entire piece may be found on the Washington Post website.
Professor Diego von Vacano Camara was recently interviewed by NBC News on the possibility of Texas becoming a swing state in the upcoming election. Read about it here.
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 Sociences. Dr. Clark, along with Matt Golder and Sona N. Golder, both associate professors of political science at […]
Kenneth J. Meier presented the keynote address on “Public Administration in the US and Europe” at the annual meeting of the European Group for Public Administration in Utrecht, the Netherlands, August 26, 2016. EGPA is a Regional Group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences whose purpose is to strengthen contacts and exchanges among European specialists […]
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. The article can be found online at this link.
Professor Clark shares his thoughts on the after-math of the Brexit vote in a blog-post for The Washington Post. Read the full article.
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.
The Department of Political Science congratulates recent PhD program graduates Blake E. Garcia and Cameron Wimpy for winning the European Political Science Association’s 2016 award for the best published paper. Their paper, titled “Does Information Lead to Emulation? Spatial Dependence in Anti-Government Violence” was published in the January 2016 issue of the journal Political Science […]
It is with deep sadness that we share the news of the passing on May 16 of our friend and colleague, Professor Emeritus Charles W. “Chuck” Wiggins. Chuck is known throughout the discipline as a well-published scholar of legislative politics and interest groups. He is remembered in this department as a good and caring teacher […]