Clements Center
Clements Center

Press

2020 Texas Intelligence Academy application now open through November 29th

Sep 24, 2019

The Intelligence Studies Project is now accepting applications to participate in the 2020 Texas Intelligence Academy (TIA). TIA is a competitive, all-expenses paid, intensive academic program for UT System students focused on intelligence and national security in Washington, D.C. TIA 2020 will run from May 18 to 28, 2020.

The deadline for applications is November 29, 2019. For more information on who is eligible and how to apply, visit the Texas Intelligence Academy webpage.

Clements Center welcomes Paul Edgar as New Associate Director

Sep 19, 2019

The Clements Center for National Security welcomes Dr. Paul Edgar as its new Associate Director.

Clements Center welcomes new Distinguished Senior Fellows

Sep 19, 2019

The Clements Center for National Security and Strauss Center for International Security and Law are pleased to announce that General Vincent K. Brooks (U.S. Army, Retired) and General Robert B. Neller (USMC, Retired) are joining the University of Texas at Austin as Distinguished Senior Fellows.

Counterterrorism Since 9/11 Panel and Career Event Recap and Podcast

Sep 12, 2019

On September 10, 2019, the Clements Center for National Security, Strauss Center for International Security and Law and the Intelligence Studies Project hosted former CIA Director John Brennan, former Commander of the Special Operations Command Adm. (Ret) William McRaven, author and former NSC and State Department Official Farah Pandith, and former National Counterterrorism Center Director Nicholas Rasmussen for "Counterterrorism Since 9/11," a discussion on U.S. counterterrorism policy.

2020 London Maymester application now open through November 4th

Sep 11, 2019

In partnership with the world-renowned War Studies Department at King's College London, the Maymester in London provides exemplary students the opportunity to learn firsthand about the U.S./U.K. special relationship. The program is taught at King's College London and includes visits to important landmarks in British cultural heritage and Anglo-American strategic history, as well as private events with senior policymakers and historians.