As part of the 2017-18 Undergraduate Fellows Program, our Fellows wrote op-eds on a national security topic of their choice. This year, we selected three to share on our website for those students who submitted outstanding work.
On Monday, June 18th, 2018, The Clements Center held a reception for D.C based alumni to connect with old friends and meet new ones who have been affiliated with the Clements Center. Clements alumni in D.C are now serving in different national security and policy roles including the Senate Armed Services Committee, The Department of State, The Atlantic Council and The American Enterprise Institute.
The Clements Center's Student Professional Development Fund provides UT undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to intern at some of the top governmental and non-governmental organizations across the world by providing monetary support for unpaid positions.
In "Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats," published in Foreign Policy, Inboden and Feaver compare and contrast Senator Ben Sasse's proposed Cyberspace Solarium Commission to President Dwight Eisenhower's Project Solarium exercise in 1953.
Clements Center Associate Director Celeste Ward Gventer sat down with Spectrum News to discuss what we might expect after Donald Trump's "unprecedented" meeting with Kim Jong Un.