Brumley/ISP Student Fellow
Harrison Kaeller is a second-year Master’s of Public Affairs student at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, where he is focusing on international relations and security studies. Preceding his attendance at UT, Harrison earned his B.A. in Economics with a concentration in Data Science from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. Outside of school, Harrison previously worked in non-profit program and project management. He is always on the move, remaining busy as a member of the Alexander Hamilton Society and UT Army ROTC program, where he serves as a member of the Army Run Team, Color Guard, Ruck Team, Climate Research Team, and as an academic mentor. During his time at the LBJ School, Harrison is interested in working with the Intelligence Studies Project due to his understanding of the value of accurate intelligence for the public. He expects to graduate in May then proceed into a career in military intelligence. In addition to his research interests in the realm of intelligence, Harrison is also looking to learn more about the role of climate change on national security. He is excited to be a Brumley Fellow and looks forward to conducting research with potential impact on U.S. policy. As a Brumley Fellow, Harrison will be working with Intelligence Studies Project Senior Fellow J. Paul Pope.