In observance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, RFG and our partner schools honor Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities and their contributions to the United States.
Explore the activities of Robertson Fellows and RFG’s academic and institutional partners highlighting public service engagement, government leadership development, foreign policy, international relations, and national security.
In this profile, Topher Taylor (UCSD GPS 2021) discusses his research foci—which range from disability rights on college campuses to Thai politics—and how his time as a Robertson Fellow has prepared him for a career in the federal government.
Two years following Barbara Bush’s passing in 2018, her memory is being honored by the Robertson Foundation for Government with the creation of The Women in Public Service Fellowship in Honor of Barbara Bush through the Texas A&M Foundation.
On July 27, the Robertson Foundation for Government and the Rosenthal Fellowship program co-sponsored a roundtable on "Democracy in the Middle East" featuring Shadi Hamid of the Center for Middle East Policy and Amira Maaty of the National Endowment for Democracy.
Fellow Laura Leddy (Bush, '21) interned at the American Security Project and co-authored this piece with Devin Lurie. It lays out next steps for the United States for navigating this new development.
A diverse group of 77 students from 26 colleges and universities joined PLEN’s first virtual seminar on Women in Global Policy in May, the largest group of participants in PLEN seminar history. The students hailed from 22 states and four countries, including Ghana and Pakistan.