We are pleased to announce that our UT Austin faculty colleague Dr. Lance Hayden will be affiliated with the Intelligence Studies Project as a Fellow starting in the 2017 Spring Semester.
Regional CIA recruiters invite UT Austin students to attend an information session to find out more about the CIA's paid internship, scholarship, and co-op opportunities.
In his January 11 essay for Foreign Policy, ISP Director Steve Slick took a deep look at the current state of the intelligence community and its analysts. Given the current tumultuous political climate surrounding the presidency and intel community, Director Slick offers his expertise on the topic.
Summer internship opportunities for students interested in employment with the CIA opened up today, December 15, 2016. The applications for the Directorate of Operations Undergraduate Internship Program, which caters to freshman only, are now available.
ISP Director Steve Slick and William Inboden, Clements Center Executive Director, were recently interviewed on the UT Austin Student Government's Podcast "Politics by the Horns" about the role the University plays in studying and shaping national security and intelligence policies.
In a November 4 essay posted on Foreign Policy’s "Shadow Government” site, Intelligence Studies Project Director Steve Slick proposed that future presidents curtail the practice of offering pre-election intelligence briefings to the major party candidates.
Glenn Gerstell, the General Counsel of the National Security Agency (NSA), visited the University of Texas at Austin last week to discuss his experiences leading NSA’s Office of General Counsel (OGC) and to share insights on legal issues currently confronting the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Steve Slick recently reviewed Solomon's The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals that Reshaped the Middle East (Random House, 2016) for the Lawfare Blog.