Called to Serve
by Charles Frazer Hermann; Sally Dee Wade
Call Number: JF 1338 .A3 U54 2017
Publication Date: 2017-09-11
In Called to Serve, founding director Charles F. Hermann and writer Sally Dee Wade chronicle the twenty-year history of the George Bush School of Government and Public Service, which has rapidly evolved into one of the nation's major professional graduate schools of public and international affairs. The story traces the progress of the Bush School from its initial challenges to secure funding, students, and professors to its departure from the College of Liberal Arts as an independent unit with its own dean and faculty, and through the creation of its current curricula and policy-oriented research institutes. Insider stories and candid photographs illustrate how President Bush's focused personal interest and involvement with the school and its students have contributed to the many developments and successes that the Bush School has enjoyed. With carefully researched narrative and absorbing, behind-the-scenes details, Called to Serve documents the first two decades of the Bush School's brief but significant history and looks to the promising future that awaits this widely respected academic enterprise.
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