Clements' post-doctoral fellow Silke Zoller has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position at Kennesaw State University, Georgia. She will be working in the Department of History and Philosophy.
Dr. Mary Elizabeth Walters, a former Clements' pre-doctoral fellow, has won the Edward Coffman Dissertation Prize from the Society for Military History, their highest award for graduate research.
Applications are now open for the Clements Center's Student Professional Development Fund. Eligible students may apply to receive funding to offset the costs of an unpaid internship in national security. Visit our programs page for details. The application window closes on May 1st.
Applications for our 2020-21 Undergraduate Fellows program are now open! Applications are due by Friday, April 17th at 10:59pm CT. We are hosting an information session about the program on Thursday, March 5th at 4:30pm in FAC 328.
Dr. Inboden gave testimony on “AI, UAVs, Hypersonics and Autonomous Systems: Emerging Technologies and Euro-Atlantic Security” before three members of the U.S. Congress at the University of Texas at Arlington. Read his full testimony below and watch the full hearing here.
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