Francesca Reece, third-year Plan II and Government double major and Strauss Center Brumley Scholar, took a look over her academic career with us recently. Read on to discover what led her to global policy/national security, how her academic areas of interest have developed, and highlights in her time at UT:

On Friday, April 27, 2018, four LBJ School of Public Affairs students -- Garrett Shuffield, Michelle Rueda, Carolina Miranda Icazbalceta, and Josh Meuth Alldredge -- traveled to Mexico City to present their Beyond the Border policy research project class findings to clients Sin Fronteras and Mexico’s Federal Police.

Elizabeth Teare, International Relations and Rhetoric senior and Brumley Scholar, chatted with us about her extensive work with UT Austin's Innovations for Peace and Development and in Dar Es Salaam at Ubongo International, as well as her plans after graduation:

Aaron Burroughs, Brumley Scholar and fourth-year IRG and Liberal Arts Honors student, is heading to Amman, Jordan soon to take part in Harvard University's Center for Arabic Study Abroad program. He shares with us his hopes for the trip, the impact the Brumley program has had on him, and more:

The Strauss Center hosted climate security experts for a workshop on March 29 and 30, 2018. The workshop was the culminatation of the Complex Emergencies and Political Stability in Asia (CEPSA) program and its research that covered 11 countries in South and Southeast Asia.