TEXAS LYCEUM FELLOWSHIP

For Graduate Students Enrolled in Texas Public Administration Graduate Schools

The Texas Lyceum Fellowship offers public administration graduate students an academically centered opportunity to develop research and analysis skills for future careers in public policy analysis. The fellowship helps promote research-driven solutions at the highest levels of state government.

The student(s) selected for The Texas Lyceum Fellowship will be expected to work with a supervising professor as they synthesize research in the most pressing policy areas affecting the State of Texas. Tasks assigned during the fellowship will include analyzing and interpreting statistical tests and trends from original data, culminating in the production of a high-quality written policy brief. Additionally, the student(s) selected for the fellowship will share their research at a Texas Lyceum meeting, a unique opportunity to represent their school and network with Texas Lyceum members and guests.

The Texas Lyceum Fellow will receive $5,000 to cover expenses associated with their research project and the supervising professor will receive $5,000 for their expense and support.

Applicants must be enrolled in a public administration graduate program and be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

2019 Fellowship

James H. McKenzie
Is Texas Taking Democracy for Granted?
Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy
The Bush School of Government and Public Service | Texas A&M University
To be presented at The Texas Lyceum September Meeting

2018 Fellowship Policy Briefs

Questions?

For more information, please call 512-992-0026 or email [email protected].