The University of Texas at Austin is home to the Central Intelligence Agency’s first resident intelligence officer (RIO) under its new Visiting Intelligence Officer Program. As UT’s RIO, Alan Kessler joins the university community to help bridge the gap between the intelligence community and academia. Kessler will work within the LBJ School of Public Affairs through fall 2020.
ISP Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Dr. Kiril Avramov recently published Patriotic Youth Camps: Recruiting Next Generation 'Russian World' Supporters in The Globe Post.
In its column Takeaways from McRaven, Brennan's National Security Talk at Texas Tribune Festival, the UT publication discusses highlights from the event.
ISP recommends to UT students who may wish to apply for an intelligence position after graduation, "Intelligence Officer Careers and How to Get One" recently posted on the Small Wars Journal blog.
Peter Scoblic, this year's recipient of the 2018 "Bobby R. Inman Award" for student scholarship in intelligence, recently had his paper published in Texas National Security Review.
Students interested in contributing as a columnist or policy analyst to the well-regarded Cipher Brief may wish to review the factsheet.
Regional CIA recruiters invite UT-Austin students to attend information sessions on September 11-13, 2018 to learn more about the agency's student and employment opportunities.