Hutchings, Suri to Give Series of Public Book Talks on "Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: Cases in Successful Diplomacy"
The new book has been called a “well-researched and compelling collection of diplomatic successes that can serve as a roadmap for future leadership on the global stage" by former Secretary of State James Baker. Talks will begin in Austin this August and continue across the nation into 2016.
During the summer months, students of The LBJ School participate in internships across the world and record their experiences working in all areas of policy and advancing LBJ’s vision of a “Get It Done” generation.
LBJ School Professor Paul von Hippel Finds Texas’ $37 Million PE Program Did Little to Reduce Obesity
Paul von Hippel, CHASP faculty member and LBJ Assistant Professor, conducted the largest study ever of a physical education (PE) program and recently had the findings published in peer-reviewed journal, Preventative Medicine.
LBJ School Professor and RGK Center Senior Fellow Francie Ostrower is the recipient of a $3.5 million grant from The Wallace Foundation to study how performing arts organizations can develop approaches to attracting new audiences with the aim of generating useful lessons for arts organizations across the nation. The study will be administered by the LBJ School through its RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service.