The Washington Area LBJ School Alumni Chapter (WALSAC) will host a happy hour for 2010 admitted students on April 9, from 6 to 8 p.m.
LBJ School Alum Gabriel Fidel ('93) wsa interviewed by National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Public Administration (NASPAA) about his career in the public and private sector and why, as an international student from Argentina, he chose the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
LBJ School Alumni Discuss Work on Newly Published Nation-Wide Policy Research Report Focusing on Juvenile Transfer to Adult Court
LBJ School students who began work in 2007 on a nation-wide policy research project on juvenile transfer to adult court are now seeing their work come to fruition with the publication of the report "From Time-Out to Hard Time: Young Children in the Adult Criminal Justice System."
LBJ School Alum Answers Questions for the New York Times on How the Global Recession is Affecting the World’s Poorest Countries
LBJ School Alum Pedro Conceição (2000), director of the Office of Development Studies (O.D.S) at the United Nations Development Program, the leading United Nations agency in the fight against poverty, answers readers questions on how the global recession is affecting the world's poorest countries for the New York Times.
The Washington D.C. Area Alumni Association presented Kathleen Merrigan ('87), Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture on July 7, 2009, at the Archer Center, part of the University of Texas system, as part of the 2009 LBJ School D.C. Summer Speaker Series, a series of rountable discussions that offer the LBJ School community access to a variety of Washington D.C. policymakers.
LBJ School Alumnus Named Executive Vice President of Governmental and Stakeholder Affairs for the DFW International Airport
Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs Alumnus Philip J. Ritter has been named Executive Vice President of Governmental and Stakeholder Affairs for the DFW International Airport.
Sharla Megilligan and Mehul Patel are among the distinguished alumni from the class of 2004 who are making a profound difference in the lives of children and coffee growers in the Dominican Republic.