Dr. Arnold Vedlitz has been an integral part of the Bush School of Government and Public Service since the idea was first put forward in the early 1990s. Vedlitz was a key member of the team that prepared the University’s bid for the Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
In the fast-paced, high-stakes realm of research and development, it’s the little things that figure big into every breakthrough.
You may call him “doctor,” but the man in the clinic wearing a white lab coat and asking you questions can’t write you a prescription.
The population of Texas is projected to double in the next 30 to 40 years, and at least a quarter of the new arrivals are expected to move to coastal cities. With these kinds of development pressures, coastal communities need…
A Texas A&M geography professor is developing a drought-prediction system that benefits everyone from a rancher in South Texas to a weekend gardener in Kansas. Steven Quiring has received a $486,000 award from the National Science Foundation to develop the first soil-moisture dataset for the Great Plains, one of the country’s most fertile but fickle climate regions.