The Program on Women, Peace, and Security at The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University is the only one of its kind in Texas, or indeed outside of the East Coast. The Program’s purpose is to advance the WPS agenda through research, teaching, mentoring, and outreach. It offers a WPS curricular concentration to the Bush School’s master’s degree students, which has doubled in the past two years. The Program also holds an annual Texas WPS symposium, which brings WPS stakeholders from Texas, from around the nation, and even from overseas together to discuss WPS-related issues of the day. Its research centers around the efforts of the multi-disciplinary, multi-university WomanStats Project, which produces cutting-edge policy-relevant research WPS topics. Texas A&M University serves as the fiscal sponsor for this project.
Recent grant history
|2019||The Program on Women, Peace, and Security||$50,000|
|2018||The Program on Women, Peace, and Security||$50,000|