UT students interested in national security and intelligence may wish to apply to participate in the International Security and Intelligence Program and Conference scheduled for July 9 – August 3, 2018 at Magdalene College, Cambridge, UK.
The 14th Annual International Association for Intelligence Education Conference is now accepting complete panel proposals, individual paper proposals, and graduate or undergraduate poster presentations. Please see below for details from IAFIE, or click here to access the PDF information guide.
This year’s recipients of the 2017 “Bobby R. Inman Award” for student scholarship on intelligence recently had their winning paper published in the journal Intelligence and National Security.
Dear Friends of the Intelligence Studies Project,
With your support and (often) participation over the past year, the Clements-Strauss Intelligence Studies Project (ISP) broadened its institutional base and continued growing in a purposely sustainable manner. Our tactical aims are unchanged: to offer rigorous academic courses on national security topics, to promote policy-relevant research, and to host public events that draw attention to the most serious intelligence policy debates. We are making progress toward our strategic goal of building at The University of Texas at Austin a premier academic center for the study of U.S. Intelligence. Much, though, remains to be done.
The Intelligence Studies Project Director Steve Slick recently reviewed Joel Whitney's publication Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World's Best Writers in an article published by Lawfare.
The ISP, Strauss and Clements Centers, and The University of Texas at Austin recently announced that Texas alumnus and former CIA Director John Brennan would be joining the University as a Distinguished Non-Resident Scholar and Senior Advisor.
AUSTIN, Texas – John O. Brennan, a leading national security expert who served most recently as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), has been appointed as a Distinguished Non-Resident Scholar at The University of Texas at Austin. He will advance the scholarly study of national security and intelligence.
The Defense Intelligence Agency is now accepting applications for their summer 2018 internship program.
On June 1, 2017, Paul Pope, the Intelligence Studies Project’s Senior Fellow and Clinical Professor in the LBJ School, was awarded the Career Distinguished Intelligence Medal at CIA Headquarters.
The Intelligence Studies Project of The University of Texas at Austin is pleased to announce the winner and two semifinalists of its third annual “Bobby R. Inman Award” competition recognizing outstanding student research and writing on topics related to intelligence and national security.