ISP Senior Fellow and LBJ Professor Paul Pope was featured in The Monitor over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
On Thursday, June 1, ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted on his interpretation of former CIA Director Brennan's House Intelligence Committee testimony on Russian ties.
NGA 2018 Student Internship Program
The Intelligence Studies Project, a joint venture of the Strauss and Clements Centers, is glad to announce the opening of student internship opportunities with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
On Thursday, May 18, ISP Director Steve Slick visited Austin's Fox 7 news station to share his thoughts about the appointment of a special counsel to handle the investigation into alleged ties.
The Robert Strauss Center recently announced the 2017-2018 cohort of Brumley Next Generation Graduate Fellows. Beginning this fall, ISP Director Steve Slick will mentor new Next Gen Fellow Casey Boyles. Senior Fellow Michael Gibbs will also be returning to continue studying with ISP and Director Slick.
As finals week approaches, ISP Senior Fellow Paul Pope is wrapping up the first running of a unique UT Austin course in intelligence that was open to all undergraduates. “Intelligence and National Security Decision-Making,” sponsored by ISP and the LBJ School of Public Affairs, gave UT undergraduates the opportunity to study in depth intelligence and national security policymaking.
On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted in the New York Times on the normalcy of requesting more information on intelligence reports at the White House, State Department, and various other agencies.
Earlier this week, Business Insider quoted ISP Director Steve Slick on the necessity of consumers of reports requiring "more information to understand the significance of the intelligence."
On Friday, March 31, ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted in the New York Times, commenting on the 'extraordinary lengths' intelligence agencies go to to protect the privacy of Americans.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 marked the start of Professor Paul Pope’s course “Intelligence and National Security Decision-Making.” The course, offered by the LBJ School of Public Affairs and sponsored by the Intelligence Studies Project, provides the first opportunity for UT Austin undergraduates interested in intelligence and national security to gain exposure to experienced scholars and practitioners through coursework.